The targeting by men of overweight or obese women for sexual encounters. (noun)
Examples of word hogging
He fitted the mast of the Stancomb Wills fore and aft inside the James Caird as a hog-back and thus strengthened the keel with the object of preventing our boat "hogging" -- that is, buckling in heavy seas.
But when a vessel is large, and more especially when she is long, the strains known as hogging and sagging are apt to rack her timbers apart.
The bow and stern had fallen, which boat builders call hogging.
Now, if I worked extra hard/smart/took risks/invented or built a new pie machine, whatever, and I was able to create an additional pie and you got one quarter of it but I hogged 1.25 pies I would be "hogging" even though you now have .75 pies instead of your original half pie, right?
I can't afford that kind of hogging when I'm on the net, though I might consider it when I'm doing something else in the office.