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Overabudance of female omo?


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I agree, it's so annoying. And what also annoys me, is when people complain about what few male content is out there, when they say: "it would have been better if it were a female." Or when people ask

Ghost13 is spot on; so many straight guys are so uptight about accidentally seeing something they think is gay—even in the privacy of their own homes—that they need to yell about it to prove they’re n

That's a good point. It's funny too, because the same ones who complain about gay content, are the ones who demand more when it comes to lesbian content. Like, if you're going to sit there and be a ho

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Agreed! I don't mind female omorashi, but I have more of a preference for male omorashi and haven't really found much of it on here (as a new member). I also identify as male, so maybe it's just hard to find a gay omorashi community. I have found some stuff on porn sites, but it's so hard to find in between all of the stuff I am just not into.

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I personally believe that its a bunch of smaller reasons. 

1. Men appear more open about their fetishes in general, omorashi included.

2. In a similar vein, men are more prone to expressing their desire for sexual activities, both on a societal and personal level. Thus, it rewards the adult industry to market to them. 

3. In SOME respects, it is easier for a woman to have sex than it is for a man, thus they are more subject to look for alternatives to find release. 

These are just my personal observations, and you can take them how you want them lol

 

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I did notice female omo is more common, and that is my preference. Mainly because most omo I saw in movies and TV were with males, so I thought it was something less likely to be seen with females, like farting. They always came across to me as "immune" to that kind of stuff in my youth. It might have to do with me being a straight man, too.

But there are straight girls into female omo as well. And even straight men into male omo. Or people into both. It just seems more common for people to be into female omo. In some cases this could be the opposite reason as me - because they think it's MORE expected of them. Likewise, many are into male omo because they think it's LESS expected of us.

But there is a lot of male content here too.

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I think it could partly be due to esthetic reasons. Females might be more popular for the fetish videos (and sexual content in general) because they are more appropriate for it from a physiological point of view. In relation to Omorashi, it might be related to their better ability of crossing legs, and also their softer voices, compared to male ones (when it comes to moaning out of desperation).

That’s nothing but my personal opinion though.

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I agree, it's so annoying. And what also annoys me, is when people complain about what few male content is out there, when they say: "it would have been better if it were a female." Or when people ask for male content, and others respond with "I don't have male content, but check out this female video." Also, a few years ago I was working on an omo game, with a male protagonist, and when I mentioned it here, a bunch of guys were on top of it saying it should have a female protagonist instead, when there's plenty of female omo games, and when I mentioned that, they were rude about that too. I understand women are preferred, because were the more sexualized gender in general, but let those who enjoy male content have their interests too.

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I'm a transgender girl who flip flops between bisexual and biromantic lesbian. There's definitely a significant lack of male omo and ABDL content, and even less content of conventionally attractive men involved. Unfortunately I've found ABDL and Omo/pee play in general to be my biggest turn ons; the lack of appealing content in these areas is a big part of why I'm still not sure if my attraction to men is sexual or just romantic.

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1 hour ago, Alice125 said:

I agree, it's so annoying. And what also annoys me, is when people complain about what few male content is out there, when they say: "it would have been better if it were a female." Or when people ask for male content, and others respond with "I don't have male content, but check out this female video." Also, a few years ago I was working on an omo game, with a male protagonist, and when I mentioned it here, a bunch of guys were on top of it saying it should have a female protagonist instead, when there's plenty of female omo games, and when I mentioned that, they were rude about that too. I understand women are preferred, because were the more sexualized gender in general, but let those who enjoy male content have their interests too.

Yes. If anyone is disinterested in male omo, just don't click stuff with the Male tags. That's what they're for. (If it's a fanfic that isn't tagged or titled a specific character, though, it might be understandable to say they'd prefer a female character from there, but I try to avoid this beyond saying I'd like to see someone write one about her, and don't want to be rude to male omo lovers or seem sexist or anything)

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6 hours ago, BlackheartEros said:

Agreed! I don't mind female omorashi, but I have more of a preference for male omorashi and haven't really found much of it on here (as a new member). I also identify as male, so maybe it's just hard to find a gay omorashi community. I have found some stuff on porn sites, but it's so hard to find in between all of the stuff I am just not into.

It definitely isn't easy to find a gay omorashi community, but there's fragments of it around here 🙂

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On average over the years I've thought that the gender ratio in peeing and holding forums or social media - well, it probably skews male, but it actually seems more even than some other fetishes, depending on the community? The majority of porn (video or still images) is of women, though - it seems like that demand is always driven mostly by men. And it seems pretty common for popular female contributors to fade away from fetish communities after a while, presumably in part due to overwhelming/unwelcome levels of attention.

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I think males become less likely to share content on this site because it tends to get limited feedback, when this happens, logically you start to think nobody is interested so what is the point? When I have shared vids on other sites in the past ( tumblr, xtube etc) there is much more appreciation. Reading comments  on here ; there clearly is interest though!!

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On 2/22/2019 at 5:24 AM, Gemmy said:

I enjoy both female and male desperation and I think in general the balance is based off two main factors.

I feel that the balance between males and females interested in this fetish are pretty equal it is just that on the internet men I find are more likely to be open about sexual things which results in sites having a large male user base which in turn can put some women off. Also there are too many people on the internet who are only after one thing and some women get put off by guys creeping on them. I have been in chatrooms before where women get jumped on by the guys like they are fresh meat and it is disgusting. This ends up with a lot of sites and forums seeming like the user base is more male than female. That is why I love this site above all others as most of the people are lovely and not at all creepy and I feel this site has a much more equal male to female user base so from a interest perspective there are just as many women into this fetish as there are men.

In terms of amateur content found on the internet and on this site there is a good mix of male and female desperation/wetting videos. In fact I often find a lot more male videos when searching around than female, again because I feel guys are more comfortable sharing than perhaps some women are, but on sites like this, pornhub, xtube etc where there is a lot of amateur stuff it creates a safe space for users to share their content to an audience that will appreciate it. So on that basis I think in terms of amateur content there is definitely a good mix.

However once you go past amateur content and into more professional self videos like you find on many vids, clips4sale etc and then up to the studio shot material like ineed2pee and bound2burst and love wetting the focus then is more on female content because the porn industry in general is more geared towards a male audience therefore these production sites make content for the general target audience which is why you end up with the majority of omorashi content being female. 

 

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10 hours ago, Mandymom said:

It kinda seems like there’s way more female then male omorashi. I wonder why that is. Is it because omorashi is a more common fetish for males then females? Is it because porngraphic material is catering to a primary male audience? I’d like to hear your thoughts.

Well, I don't really like male omo. Maybe except in a shota character.

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11 hours ago, fullbguy said:

It definitely isn't easy to find a gay omorashi community, but there's fragments of it around here 🙂

I may just have to look a little deeper. It seems that, according to some more comments on this thread, that there's more male omorashi out there than it seems like, but I did go back through a lot of the content on this site and while there was some stuff from a while back, it gradually just became more and more female-focused. I browsed tags as well on the forum and still mostly came up with female omorashi over male omorashi, which is probably to be expected because as it was stated here, the porn industry is heavily geared towards straight males. This is also partly why I've been hesitating a bit to post my male omorashi art and fiction. I figured a majority just generally wouldn't be interested in that content.

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Inactive poster, but been lurking around for some time. I'm male with preference for male content.

Over the years, I sense that this site is getting increasingly hostile to male content. When newcomers post male content and fail to indicate so, certain people would immediately pounce and post replies that essentially yell "MALE" or "NO MALE TAGS". If I recall correctly, there are instances where the "offending" thread becomes a big debate on how to deal with male content.

The tone is increasingly unfriendly to male content. It's as if a significant part of the Omorashi.org community is saying that male content is not welcome.

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8 minutes ago, googlism2008 said:

Inactive poster, but been lurking around for some time. I'm male with preference for male content.

Over the years, I sense that this site is getting increasingly hostile to male content. When newcomers post male content and fail to indicate so, certain people would immediately pounce and post replies that essentially yell "MALE" or "NO MALE TAGS". If I recall correctly, there are instances where the "offending" thread becomes a big debate on how to deal with male content.

The tone is increasingly unfriendly to male content. It's as if a significant part of the Omorashi.org community is saying that male content is not welcome.

Sadly have to agree with you- I have experienced this myself 

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1 hour ago, googlism2008 said:

Over the years, I sense that this site is getting increasingly hostile to male content. When newcomers post male content and fail to indicate so, certain people would immediately pounce and post replies that essentially yell "MALE" or "NO MALE TAGS". If I recall correctly, there are instances where the "offending" thread becomes a big debate on how to deal with male content.

The tone is increasingly unfriendly to male content. It's as if a significant part of the Omorashi.org community is saying that male content is not welcome.

I hope that stops soon. All forms of this should be welcome here unless it's a real life instance of something immoral.

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21 hours ago, Mandymom said:

It kinda seems like there’s way more female then male omorashi. I wonder why that is. Is it because omorashi is a more common fetish for males then females? Is it because porngraphic material is catering to a primary male audience? I’d like to hear your thoughts.

As a producer of omorashi material, I feel that I may be able to add some value to this discussion.  I think there are several reasons for the lack of male omorashi content.  It isn't just a single factor.

  1. Straight men tend to be more visual in their arousal mechanisms, while everyone else seems to be a bit more complicated.  When it comes to the production of adult entertainment, this manifests in a couple of different ways.  First, you simply have more straight male producers that are creating the content, and they tend to create content that appeals to themselves.  Second, it is simply easier to produce content that appeals visually to its audience, versus trying to develop an emotional arc that feels authentic.
  2. You have to consider the producer's motivation in making content in the first place.  Today, it is more difficult than ever to produce content that is profitable.  Most of my work is spent figuring out budgets and logistics, not actually creating content.  Because of this, I think a lot of producers primarily produce content to satisfy their own personal desires first, making money comes second.  Hiring an attractive woman to wet her pants for you is creepy, but hiring an attractive woman to wet her pants on video if you are a professional adult video maker... Well, that is maybe slightly less creepy?
  3. Finding professional male models is incredibly difficult.  I have looked into producing male omorashi content before, and after six months of trying was unable to find a single acceptable candidate for a model.  The men who express interest in modeling for omorashi videos seem to think it means they are going to get to indulge in their kink on camera with beautiful female models.  When faced with the reality of how little it actually pays, how many scenes are filmed in a day, and that they don't get to just frolic around having fun with sexy women, they lose interest really quick.  The job of a model is to take someone else's fantasy and bring that to life on camera, and there are simply fewer professional male adult models who understand that.
14 hours ago, tutti.frutti said:

I believe it is simply demand-driven situation. If there really were a demand for male omo as strong as for female omo, there would be enough people to supply to that need. But ... there is not 🙂

Measuring supply and demand when it comes to kinky content is difficult.  There aren't really good metrics out there for what people really want to see.  You can also make a lot of money on something that has a very small audience as long as you do it really well.  Not having a lot of demand for male omo also means there aren't a lot of competitors offering it.

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I just want to comment on why the lack of any tag promptly gets blasted when it's male.  From a male's perspective, it isn't that male content isn't welcomed on this site or that anyone that enjoys male content shouldn't be here, not by any means.  But I personally am not interested in male content.  I don't mind that it's here, but I don't want to see it and won't click on it.  I come to see female content.  When I click on a female tag, my anticipation grows.  When it opens up to a misladeled male video, yes, I am disappointed.  When I click on something without a label and it turns out to be male, yes, I am pissed off (pun......) .  We don't have ominous females posting content hoping to fool someone interested in male content, so why do we have male's hoping to get clicks from people who aren't interested.  If you have male content to post, you are more then welcome to, but be proud of it, label it and appeal to the audience that want to see it.  Nothing here is for everyone, so tags are important.  Without a tag, expect to get blasted.  

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3 minutes ago, Redd said:

I just want to comment on why the lack of any tag promptly gets blasted when it's male.  From a male's perspective, it isn't that male content isn't welcomed on this site or that anyone that enjoys male content shouldn't be here, not by any means.  But I personally am not interested in male content.  I don't mind that it's here, but I don't want to see it and won't click on it.  I come to see female content.  When I click on a female tag, my anticipation grows.  When it opens up to a misladeled male video, yes, I am disappointed.  When I click on something without a label and it turns out to be male, yes, I am pissed off (pun......) .  We don't have ominous females posting content hoping to fool someone interested in male content, so why do we have male's hoping to get clicks from people who aren't interested.  If you have male content to post, you are more then welcome to, but be proud of it, label it and appeal to the audience that want to see it.  Nothing here is for everyone, so tags are important.  Without a tag, expect to get blasted.  

I think the issue is more that sometimes people forget to tag and then get downvoted /attacked? Don’t see why anyone would deliberately try to mislead anyone? We only post content for positive feedback so what would be the point? Also when female content is not labelled the person posting doesn’t get the same criticism which is clearly unfair 

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There isn't any paid male content because it is unprofitable. It's as simple as that.

There isn't much amateur content because there is a lack of positive female feedback. Say a straight male posts a video. It will most likely be downvoted by straight men and there will be a few comments from gay men. There is a small chance that a female will even comment on the video. I don't think most straight men would have a problem with gay men liking their video or the downvotes from straight men, but I also don't think it would motivate them to produce more. They are making the content to please women.

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