What Is A Fetish?
Today’s definition is more commonly the fixation on an object or body part for sexual gratification.
The fetish can be an article of clothing like a bra, skirt or shoe. For others it can be a body part like a foot, neck or hair. Sometimes, it’s the body type and not the body part like a tall, short or fat person.
Fabrics like rubber, leather or lace are fairly common.
An inanimate object like a balloon, snow or an automobile may provide arousal for other individuals.
Interestingly, men have fetishes more often than women.
Fetishes Both Common and Rare
Below are some examples of fetishes and their less common names:
Looners and Poppers, people who are aroused by balloons, whether surrounded by them, popping them or enclosing themselves in large ones.
Basophilia, getting turned on by someone’s nose.
Odaxelagnia, the art of biting or getting bitten.
Erotic asphyxiation, also known as breath control play, oxygen deprivation by strangling or suffocating to heighten sex before losing consciousness.
Martymachlia, having someone or several people watching while you’re having sex, often done in public places.
Latronudia, exposing yourself to a doctor or nurse.
Furries, people who enjoy dressing and acting like animals.
Autonepiophilia, the turn on of being treated as a baby, diapers, pacifier and crib included.
Objectophilia being sexually aroused by an inanimate object like a car, boulder, or building and masturbating with the object.
Necrophilia, a sexual attraction to corpses.
Podophilia commonly referred to as a foot fetish. People aroused by feet, and the smell of feet.
Dacryphilia, being turned on when someone cries.
Menophilia, getting excited by menstrual blood.
Masochism, arousal to physical and psychological pain.
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