Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Mom Finds An Old Photo Of Her Pregnant Belly, But It WASN’T Where She Left It.

One of the most fun things to do while pregnant is to take photos of the growing bump. Feeling the baby grow inside while your belly feels like its exploding is a fascinating experience. As moms-to-be, we cannot wait to share the beauty and miracle of life. It’s only natural to want to show those amazing photos with family and friends.

It’s a time of joy and wonder in a woman’s life. Men also love to show off their wives’ protruding bump. It seems like the bigger the belly the more you want to show off and have friends try to guess how big the baby will be. It is really one of the most beautiful times for women and men.

Unfortunately, the world of social media is sometimes used for behaviour that is not the norm. Folks have resorted to stealing strangers’ photos to use for their own sick and twisted pleasure. And pregnant women are not exempt from perverted fascinations.

Meg Ireland is a blogger in her native Australia.

Like thousands of women online, she uploaded photos of her growing belly on Instagram. She had no idea there was a group of people that get aroused looking at pregnant women online.

Meg Ireland is a blogger in her native Australia.

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A friend alerted Ireland that her photo appeared on a "pregophilia" website.

When Ireland visited the website she was shocked at the content but also discovered that they didn't just have one photo of her but 15.

A friend alerted Ireland that her photo appeared on a "pregophilia" website.

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Ireland says she had no idea there was this underground world that gets off on things like that.

“When I was scrolling through this god-awful site trying to find where this thread was, I saw some pretty f**ked up sh**,” says Ireland.

Ireland says she had no idea there was this underground world that gets off on things like that.

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What was just as alarming was the number of photos in the site that appeared to be unauthorized.

Photos of women shopping or walking through parking lots are often snapped by strangers without the women realizing their photos will end up in the fetish sites.

What was just as alarming was the number of photos in the site that appeared to be unauthorized.

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Ireland is not questioning the odd fetishes people have. They shouldn't be stealing photos to do it though.

“I totally understand people have fetishes, I am not shaming them in any way. All I ask is for them to stop stealing people’s pictures and taking photos of people without their authority,” explains Ireland.

Ireland is not questioning the odd fetishes people have. They shouldn't be stealing photos to do it though.

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