Welcome to the Very Real World of Alien Egg Implantation Fetishes
Yes, there is a kink where people enjoy having alien "eggs" implanted inside of them. We can explain.
As a sex educator, I get paid actual money to constantly learn new things about sex. It’s a hard life, but someone’s gotta do it. After doing several deep dives into kink, fetish, role play, spanking and much more, I decided I wanted to take all of this a step further, and get really weird with it. People are into some pretty outlandish stuff when it comes to sex and I want to know about all of it — every bizarre thing our genius human minds can create and act out — and I want you to know, too.
This brought me into the exciting world of fantasy play that goes beyond role play — the really fringe stuff, such as alien fantasy dildos. I am proud to say that I recently spent nearly two full hours of my day scrolling through Bad Dragon and Geeky Sex Toy’s stunning array of fantasy dildos — impressive creations designed to look like unicorn horns, alien tentacles and dragon dongs. For those who want to take the fantasy a step further, there are even alien dildos that come with compatible jelly eggs. These dildos, which can be found at Primal Hardwere, are called “Ovipositors” and come with such delightful names as “Bork,” “Blip” and “Splorch.”
As it turns out, this is a fetish that really is taking off, but what might one who is so inclined actually use these eggs for?
Implantation. Egg implantation. People are doing role-play scenes where the eggs are implanted inside them. The dildo shoots the eggs up the orifice of choice, where they then dissolve naturally. This revelation begs many questions, but the biggest one I have, to be honest, is whether having a jelly egg shoved up your anus and/or vagina is safe.
In order to answer this question, and the many others this news is likely to inspire, I decided to wade in a bit and figure this fetish out for those who haven’t heard of it — and to determine why the people who love it so much do love it so very much.
Why would someone be into a fantasy dildo?
“There is a bit of titillation and taboo,” says Heather Claus, the owner of DatingKinky.com. These alien dildos come in a vast variety of colors and shapes. They’re just plain cool to look at, whether you’re sexually aroused by them or not.
Zachary Zane, a sex columnist and sexpert for Lovehoney, says that the fetish finds its roots in Hentai porn, Japanese erotic art that often centers around sex with monsters and creatures with tentacles. The word “Hentai” itself actually describes “abnormal” sexual behavior, not necessarily monster sex exclusively. “Using tentacles was a way to get around censorship laws in Japan since it was forbidden to show a penis, pubes or penetration,” he explains. “This is how many folks were initially exposed to using tentacles sexually.”
Fantasy is normal and however you slice it, people have them. “People are into fantasy play for all sorts of totally reasonable reasons. Our societal ideas about sex often feel restrictive, so fantasies — especially otherworldly fantasies — can be a librating way to escape all of that and bump and grind outside of those norms,” says Courtney Kocak, the co-founder and co-Host of Private Parts Unknown. “Honestly, lusting after alien dildos seems like a perfectly natural response to the pandemic nightmare we’ve all been living in over the past year.”
Basically, it boils down to the fact that people are much more sexually diverse than society gives us credit for. We’re aroused by all kinds of “odd” things. As long as everyone involved is a consenting adult, it’s no one else’s business how you get your jollies.
Let’s talk about the egg thing
A common fantasy among lovers of ovipositors centers around being implanted with and carrying the eggs of an alien. “I love the idea of feeling like my body is being used to create an alien life. It’s an abduction fantasy, but it’s also a ravishment thing,” says Jules, 32, an ovi-incubator. (Honestly, I made that term up, but I hope it sticks.)
“As humanoids, we have a fear of becoming taken over by extraterrestrials, [like in] all the alien movies which are promoted as scary, even horror,” says Moushumi Ghose, MFT, a licensed sex therapist. But as we’ve previously discussed, fear can be a surprising source of sexual arousal.
When we engage in a consensual rape or ravishment fantasy with a partner, we know we’re safe and can explore it without real fear. Even if you’re wrapped up in the moment, you know you’re not literally in an alien spaceship being banged by ET. “You can see how an alien fantasy is safe, due to the likelihood that it will never happen, making it an easy place to surrender [that is] equally exciting,” Ghose says. When it comes to the eggs themselves, it can be about the fantasy of implantation, or perhaps the eggs are thought of more along the lines of a “deposit.”
As Ghose puts it, “When we think of goopy, sloppy, wet sex, what’s better than having a little alien jizz oozing out of you when you are done?”
Are the eggs safe?
When using an ovipositor, the idea is that these jelly eggs can stay all up in there (to use the technical language) and will simply dissolve on their own. If you put them up a vagina, they may slip out before dissolving, but can they cause other problems while they’re up there?
According to the FDA, these eggs are made of gelatin and are therefore considered safe. (I hope this is the first thing you think of the next time you eat a Jell-O cup.) However, Taylor Sparks, erotic educator and founder of Organic Loven, says to be conscious of what’s in the gelatin used. Some gelatin “also contains sugar and there is a chance of developing a yeast infection from inserting the eggs into the vagina,” she says.
So, basically, yes. These eggs are perfectly okay to shoot up your bum or vagina as long as they’re sugar-free. The eggs will naturally dissolve, as all gelatin that is safe for human consumption does. So if you want to have some eggs shoved up an orifice in the name of pleasure, experimentation and/or the incubation of some interspecific hybrid that will eventually save the fate of the galaxy, I say have at it.
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