As of late, I've been looking at myself and thinking critically about what I could do so that what I do is the best thing for me and everyone I interact with to the highest extent possible. I've switched my major from digital multimedia design over to psychology and I've been taking in large amounts of information, in and out of the classroom.
I've come to a conclusion that one instinctual part of me did not want me to come to, that it would be better for me and the people I interact with if I quit on vore, along with a vast array of many other bad habits.
As many of you know, vore is primarily a fetish were a person derives sexual arousal from the idea of living beings consumed whole for many, and for most it is sexual. I will briefly touch on the subject of those who claim vore is not a fetish, but simply an activity or hobby. Firstly, I have developed relationships with many who claimed that, and almost every one of them fessed up to being to awkward to admit it was sexual for them. Secondly, you know who you are if vore is a fetish for you. I'm not calling anyone out, I just want you to have the information and do with it what you will. Ignore it, spite it, I don't intend to hurt anyone.
In the shortest explanation, you have a set of neurochemicals responsible for bonding activity called Oxytocin, Vasopresin, and Dopamine, which are released during arousal and amorous activity. The consensus in the Neuropsychological community is that this release is primarily for bonding with your partner. The chemicals all tend toward addiction and bonding behavior.
It isn't a matter of opinion that these reactions are naturally intended for real sexual partners, and that the reason for us evolving them is that children without separated parents have a strong tendency to be more healthy psychologically and more healthy physiologically (physically). In short, your brain categorizes the activity as it would a sexual partner and as you develop a tolerance for the chemicals, their ability to strengthen emotional bonds with partners weakens.
I don't intend to say that sexuality is bad. In-fact I only want to use these processes for what nature intended them for and I want others to know.
I hope the reader knows why these facts urge me to quit.
I will, on a later day, release an essay with citations and a more intellectually rigorous structure for those that want that sort of thing, but I know most will not want to read that, and I don't blame you.
~An understanding psychology major