enwrapment

enwrapment

(ɪnˈræpmənt) or

inwrapment

n
the action of enwrapping
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22) Thus the narrator-mother of "Il suo diritto" describes her empathy for her disfigured daughter as the enwrapment of one female body with another, but reversing their former positions--for the mother is now inside the daughter's body rather than, as in pregnancy, the other way around: "Entravo intera nel suo involucro di carne, mi rivestivo di lei" (306).
The act of intercourse, from the point of view of a consenting female, has an element of mothering, of enwrapment, of merciful concealment even.