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A MUMMY blogger is warning about posting pregnancy photos online after hers ended up on a pregnancy fetish site.
Mummy blogger Meg Ireland is warning about pregnant fetish website pregnancy photos online after hers ended up on a porn site. WHEN you upload your baby bump pic to social media, you probably think only your friends and family are checking it.
One mummy blogger, Meg Ireland, was horrified to pregnant fetish website out 15 of her pregnancy images had been set up on a porn site of pregnant women for people to ogle at — in a disgusting way. Meg told Kidspot: But they are, so please be aware when sharing pictures online of a growing webste belly. Meg Ireland in her pregnancy photos.
There were photos pregnant fetish website pregnant people just going about pregnant fetish website day in a shopping centre. Another woman, who also had photos stolen — and fegish member of the Multiple Births Association of Australia — alerted fetieh police. While some people would blame Meg for the photos ending up on the porn site, uploading them in the first place, she blames the online thieves. She wants all women to have the freedom to share their body in a positive way without it being used for a degrading purpose.
Since her Facebook post went public, Meg has been criticised for shaming people who have fetishes. Prenant support groups in Australia and New Zealand warned expectant mothers in April last year to be careful pregnant fetish website posting pictures of their naked pregnant bellies, after the pictures had been showing up on pregnancy porn sites, the ABC reports.
pregnant fetish website The Australian Multiple Birth Association AMBA explained that these pregnancy fetishists have been joining pregnancy groups under pseudonyms and then downloading bump pics for their own use.
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Sign up Log out news. Yes, preggophilia is a thing; people are getting off on pregnant bellies.
Now she is warning other mums about the dangers of cyber space. Share on Facebook.