I hope the dude who ends up with this mermaid has spent a lot of time with the barmaid. He’s in for a surpise.
A New Generation of Fetishists Find the Fintastic World of ‘Mermaiding’
As reported by The Associated Press, “mermaiding” subculture is making a monstrous splash.
The outlet profiles Queen Pangke Tabora, who’s made the transition to life under the sea. In 2019, the former insurance company employee put on a pair of fins and was hooked.
[I]t marked the beginning of her immersion into a watery world where she would find acceptance.
It’s a pressure-free province — so long as you don’t overly descend and implode your skull.
[Queen Pangke describes] the experience of gliding under water, half-human and half-fish, as “meditation in motion.” … “The world outside is really noisy, and you will find peace under water.”
It’s not the first time the aquatic creature has transformed:
For the transgender Filipina woman approaching middle age, seeing her legs encased in vibrant scaly-looking neoprene…was the realization of a childhood dream. And it marked the beginning of her immersion into a watery world where she would find acceptance. The former insurance company worker described the experience of gliding under water, half-human and half-fish, as “meditation in motion.”