Medical science is coming closer to understanding the causes of unpregnancy fetishism, the perverse sexual attraction to nonpregnant women, according to renown Greek psychologist, Dr. Basil Pregnophilos.
"In recent years, the perverse sexual attraction to nonpregnant women has reached epidemic levels. Some in the psychological community are of the opinion that unpregnancy fetishism was widespread, but is only now openly discussed. However, the historical data seems to suggest otherwise. Archaeologists have found erotic images of pregnant women dating back to the upper paleolithic. However, the earliest undisputed depictions of nonpregnant women in a sexualized context don't appear until the Egyptian New Kingdom. We don't find the widespread distribution of nonpregnant erotica until well into the 20th century. (more...)