Obese woman gains 170 pounds to fullfill her partner's fetish

An engaged couple talks about their unusual relationship involving her weight gain as a consequence of her fiancee's fetish to feed her.

During an interview via video link the newly engaged couple, Rosie, 23, and Jeff, 25, told hosts, Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes, their story on the UK breakfast show ‘This Morning.’

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The couple met online on a feederism website and were instantly attracted to each other and went on to talk online for more than a year before they met in real life. The couple got engaged soon after and Jeff commented:

“We knew each other on a deep level before anything physical happened.”

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During the interview Rosie reveals she had gained 76kg since meeting Jeff, her weight now standing on 177kg. She went on to say that she didn't just gain the weight for Jeff and added:

“I’m regular with my feeding habits but when you add that on top it helps you gain weight. I feel confident and beautiful and sexy as a woman. I had these interests before him.”

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Rosie insists she leads a healthy life and is comfortable in her own skin, and if anything happened, that was detrimental to her health she would pay attention to it.

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On how she gained the weight, Rosie, a mother of one said:

“We eat home-cooked meals, I just eat larger portions, then at night, we have sensual feeding sessions. We’ll spend time together and he will feed me and we indulge in those kinds of things.”

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The responses after the show reflected unanimous thoughts that Rosie’s weight gain is not healthy, and that fiancee Jeff should not encourage this behavior if he truly cares about her.

Meanwhile, they insist that their habits are not harmful to anyone and that they are a happy, active couple.

For Patty Sanchez from Nevada in the US, her weight gain got to the point where she weighed 327kg, which she also describes as the lowest point in her life, she could hardly take three steps to the bathroom from her bed.

Patty’s boyfriend was also a feeder and encouraged her to put on the weight, however, this mom of four decided to break away from everything when she realized 90% of their relationship revolved around eating.

When Patty broke up with her boyfriend she also changed her diet and lifestyle and added that her weight loss was in part due to the breakup with her boyfriend. He used to serve her every meal daily and after they split up she had to take care of herself.

With the support from her family, she had lost about 100kg and counting, just like the 32-year-old Rachel Krebs.

She had reached 104 kg and with a body mass index of 47.1; it put her in the morbidly obese category. Rachel saw a picture of herself at a friend’s wedding and made a decision right then and there to get healthy and lose weight.

Not only did she lose weight, but Rachel also became involved in fitness training and her dream was to become a regular at figure competitions. After training regularly and adjusting her lifestyle her dream came true.

Rachel now weighs in at 58kg and has only 16% body fat, she competes in various figure competitions and has not ranked lower than the top 5 since.

Her transformation did not just aid her on a physical level, but on also on a mental level, and has the energy to spend time and play with her children for the first time.

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