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‘Aeromorphs’ Are the Big (Un)naturals of the Sky

Fasten your seatbelt and secure your carry-ons — these big-boobed airplane illustrations are coming for your boner

Aircrafts are astonishing things — feats of engineering, science and the expansive minds of humankind. They’re also, in the perspective of certain fetishists, extremely sexy. Especially if you imagine them with big, gigantic airplane tits.

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This is exactly the theme of “aeromorph,” a type of adult art in which people illustrate various planes — commercial, military, what have you — as being semi-humanoid creatures with luscious sex organs. There are various pockets of the internet populated by aeromorph fans, namely on the r/Aeromorph subreddit and sites like FurAffinity or DeviantArt, where artists often share this type of content to ecstatic reception.

“Never thought I’d bust a nut to a thicc Banshee and Hornet,” writes one commenter on r/Aeromorph beneath an illustration of two impossibly stacked, human-like planes with titties and hips that definitely don’t lie. (Banshees and Hornets are both fighter jets, in case you were wondering.)

The r/Aeromorph subreddit bluntly describes itself as “a (mostly NSFW) subreddit for anthropomorphic planes, jets, whatever. Anthro cars, boats, guns, etc. are also all accepted here.” Created in 2012, it currently has just over 4,200 members. According to SubredditStats, the number of aeromorph fans has increased dramatically in recent years — in August 2018, the group only had 900 members.

Heres this awsome work by A_Drunk_Dragon, F-18 blue Angel, I love those shorts! from Aeromorph

While the subreddit is indeed mostly NSFW, much of the content is more erotic or implied rather than outwardly pornographic. You might see an airplane with a heaving set of titanium breasts or a sleek jet naughtily looking over her shoulder “showing her exhaust at you,” which is indeed probably not something you’d want your coworkers to witness you looking at during work hours.

“I’d say the whole concept of aeromorphs in general is a perfect cocktail of interests,” says artist MozerTheDozer, who both creates and personally enjoys aeromorph content. “The sleek aerodynamic shapes of their heads and metallic skin invokes the same appeal as full-body latex suits. Their anthropomorphic combat-drone nature gives off that badass-combat-girl vibe, and I’d say their synthetic nature as huge 12-feet tall androids feeds into many kinks.”

On Twitter, I also spoke to @spiralofvertigo, an artist who occasionally makes aeromorph art (though they don’t identify as part of the community). “I just have a very wide variety of monster characters,” they say. One such character is an aeromorph, a grey, black and purple male jet with sharp teeth and talons. His name is Gamma. “I see jets as looking very shark-like; so I threw in some aquatic/shark-like attributes and focused on making it more monster-looking since that’s just how my designs go,” they explain. “I like making robotic things look biomechanical and when they have more ‘living’ aspects than machine.”

Aeromorph Training (Drone) General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper belongs to Cres_Moon [Combat_Ready] from Aeromorph

Devious SR71 Lady Doris McKinley (SR71 ‘Lockheed’) belongs to IconThe1stDecade [Combat_Ready] from Aeromorph

On r/Aeromorph, there seems to be a mix of these types of creative renditions of fantasy aircraft creatures and ones that are based upon the strict designs of specific aircraft. Of course, some combine the two — for example, one aeromorph might specifically be a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird, a strategic reconnaissance aircraft used in the U.S. Air Force, that also has a positively bodacious ass and dripping pussy.

While plenty of people on r/Aeromorph seem perfectly content with that, deeper searches reveal aeromorph art that intersects with other fetishes, too. For example, there’s combined aeromorph and vore art, featuring a plane that has swallowed another creature whole. There are also comics that show a male human being transformed into a female fighter jet. “Mainly for me, the possibility of stuff like absurdly oversized dicks, belly bulging, extreme cum-inflation, sizeplay, etc. just feels a little more ‘realistic’ as opposed to furry stuff of that nature given the fact organic species would have all kinds of fragile organs,” MozerTheDozer tells me.

Horny logic dictates that there be people who are aroused by the concept of anthropomorphized planes, or even just regular ones. On the subreddit, people do occasionally share photos of real-life planes. “Me and my planefu [airplane waifu] meet for the first time,” one person wrote beneath a photo of an actual Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird. “I would turn that jet white with my cum,” another commented.

Still, there’s almost something innocent about it all, despite literally being smut. It’s like a childhood obsession with airplanes, all grown up. At very least, the aeromorph fetish shows a veneration for the majesty of the aircraft — it just helps when planes have giant bazongas, too.

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