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Can You Believe There Are People Who Love To Live As Dogs?

There are a few people who love to live as dogs because they can be more comfortable in their world where there are no worries of money, food or work.

Can You Believe There Are People Who Love To Live As Dogs?
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You remember the fancy dress competition we used to have in our childhood, where we would dress ourselves up in the costume of a recognizable character. It was fun, right?

And what about wearing that attire now and roaming around the city? Will you do it? No? Even I would not do it.

Amazingly, there are a few men who live as dogs. But why?

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They are a part of the Secret Life of the Human Pups.

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It was a movement that grew out of the BDSM community and has exploded in the last 15 years.

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They like to dressup in leather, enjoy stomach rubbing or ear tickling and eat out of bowls.

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But as the world becomes increasingly open to a wider range of sexual identities, some human pups are looking for broader acceptance.

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They also have a trainer/guardian just like normal pet dogs.

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A documentary about "pup play," is the act of dressing and inhabiting the role of a dog while another person takes on the role of handler or trainer is a show of Great Britain's channel 4.

One of them says, "It feels like you can be gay, straight, bisexual, trans and be accepted."

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"There's nine of us and a big part of it is a feeling of family and belonging; we're there to look after each other."

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"You're not worrying about money, or food, or work. It's just the chance to enjoy each other's company on a very simple level."

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"It's just nice, it makes me feel comfortable...But I always eat with a knife and fork and at a table. Otherwise, it's time-consuming and you can't watch TV," says Tom, one amongst them.


Here, you can have a look at the documentary.

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