Thursday, 26 November 2015

This Woman Was Getting Fat Intentionally Because It Turns Her Boyfriend On

A morbidly obese Nevada “squasher” who piled on the pounds to satisfy her “feeder” boyfriend’s fat fetish – has now lost almost 240 pounds after their breakup – and saved her own life.

Patty Sanchez, 51, was scarfing down 13,000 calories of food per day and reached a staggering 720 pounds at the request of her chubby-chasing boyfriend who first introduced the mother-of-four to a gainer-feeder relationship in 2000, Barcroft Media reported.

“We dated for 10 years and at first he wasn’t interested in big women, but he said I opened up a new world to him and he enjoyed it,” Sanchez recalled.

“He told me that he had fantasies about being with a girl and making her fatter. Ninety percent of our relationship revolved around eating — I loved to cook and eat and he loved to watch me eat and rub my belly.”

However, after gaining hundreds of pounds to appease her boyfriend and online fat fetishists, Sanchez started noticing the ballooning effects.

“I was tremendous – and I was dying a slow death,” she said before deciding to change her entire lifestyle.

“I realized that the feeding relationship I was in and the squashing was benefiting others, but it wasn’t for me,” she said.

Sanchez reached her low point when she couldn’t even make it to the bathroom without being exhausted.

“I couldn’t walk three steps to the bathroom without getting winded. I was worried I wouldn’t be there for my four kids and five grandkids.”

Now, with the help of her family, Sanchez has transformed her lifestyle and has dropped nearly 240 pounds.

Sanchez and her boyfriend were involved in a “gainer-feeder” relationship, which requires one person to excessively feed the other causing them to gain significant amounts of weight.

Sanchez would also participate in the sex fetish ‘squashing,’ which involves one person smothering the other with their massive body.

Her sex-crazed boyfriend even enlisted a group of fans who paid to feed her and keep her weight up while he was away for work.

“I stay away from fast food and eat more vegetables, fruits and poultry,” she said.

“Now I can do things that people take for granted that I couldn’t do – like walk, bathe, and paint my toenails which I couldn’t reach for years.”

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