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Are you tired of your vanilla sex life? If you ever felt shamed by having a dirty little secret about what turned you on as long as decades ago. Though once considered mentally deviant, in recent years, sexual subcultures - kink, fetishism, and BDSM have become accepted by the society widely than ever before, and many sex researchers believe that these unconventional sexual practices have no association with psychiatric disorder.
In fact, they are far more common than we think. A recent study published in the Journal of Sex Research finds that one in three people in the US have taken part in one, at least once in their lives. Needless to say, if practiced properly, a kink or a fetish will spice up your sex life and establish a stronger sexual bond between the partners; what is even more, it might be correlated with better mental health.
Dive into the world of kinks, you will be ashamed of your imaginative poverty, because, one thing you may consider absurd or bazaar, happens to be appealing to another person. There are many websites about the list of kinks or fetishes, many of them are merely a roundup of psychiatric terminology. If you have thoroughly understood your kinks after checking out our kink list, you can go to the largest kinky dating app KinkD to find like-minded people. Kink is an unconventional sexual taste or behavior. The object or body part getting you off is called a fetish.
Fetishism is a category of paraphilia. Paraphilic disorder: you may have a paraphilia, but not meet the criteria for a paraphilic disorder unless it causes. Put it this way, it is the human right to have an unusual sexual taste, but any kink is with the possibility of a diagnosis of the paraphilic disorder.
It's important to know that sexual preference and sexual behavior are different. It is acting on an extreme interest which constitutes a crime, instead of having a sexual preference. Like it or not, times have changed, so have we. Paraphilic disorder: you may have a paraphilia, but not meet the criteria for a paraphilic disorder unless it causes 1. So, stay conscious and play wisely! Kinks for inanimate objects fetishism Agalmatophilia - a sexual attraction for human-like statues, dolls, mannequins. Altocalciphilia - sexually turned on by high heels, usually worn by women but not always.
Belonephilia - sexual arousal to sharp items, such as needles, pins, razors. It is usually incorporated into infantilism, scat, watersports, humiliation, and dominance. Fire Play - any sexual practice involving fire. Food Play - any sexual practice involving food. Keraunophilia - sexual arousal from thunder and lightning. Kigurumi - a sexual attraction to the wearing of a cosplay costume or anime mask. Knife Play - a practice of running a knife or a blade along your partner to enhance sexual gratification. Plushophilia - a sexual attraction to stuffed animals or soft toys. In order to have sexual interactions with their toys, people modify their plushies with a hole or holes.
Retifism - sexual arousal to shoes or other footwear. Robotism - sexual arousal to robots, aroused by using a robot in a sex act. Ropework - a sexual obsession with rope, especially in the context of bondage in BDSM.
Siderodromophilia - sexual arousal to trains or riding in trains. Stockings - sexual arousal to the wearing of stockings. Strap-on - sexual arousal to wearing strap-on for anal, oral or vaginal penetration. Technophilia - a sexual attraction to technology, such as cyborgs, robots, mechas and sex machines. Tentacles - a sexual obsession with tentacles which is usually a fictional creature and depicted in porn or erotic animation.
Thesauromania - a sexual obsession with a collection of women clothing, especially underwear. Uniforms - sexually aroused by seeing your partner wearing a certain type of uniform. Wax play - a form of temperature play in BDSM which applies wax to stimulate a slight burning sensation to the skin. Weapon fetish - sexual arousal to weapons. Wet and messy WAM fetish - sexually aroused by the act of applying wet, slime and messy substances other than bodily fluids to the naked skin or clothes.
Also known as sploshing. Xylophilia - sexual arousal to wood. Yeastiality - sexual arousal to baked food which has risen with yeast, such as bread, pastry, and especially warm dough. People with this obsession are also attracted by partners with yeast infection as applying yeast to the genitals can lead to an infection. Kinks for living beings non-human Dendrophilia - sexually attracted to trees.
Formicophilia - sexually turned on by being crawling upon or nibbled by insects, such as ants, cockroaches, etc. Zoophilia - sexual arousal or sexual preference for non-human animals. It is NOT the actual act of having sex with animals. Only having erotic feelings or fantasies involving animals is not against the law.
Kinks for body parts Acomoclitic - a sexual attraction to hairless genitals. Armpits Fetish - sexual arousal from smelling, licking, or kissing armpits. Foot Fetish - a sexual obsession with the foot. Macrogenitalism - a sexual attraction to huge genitals. Nasophilia - sexual arousal to noses. Oculolinctus - sexual arousal from licking eyeballs. Oculophilia - sexual arousal to eyes. Odontophilia - a sexual obsession with teeth, e. Partialism - a sexual obsession for a specific part of the body, such as feet, breasts, hair and etc. Quirofilia - sexual arousal to hands.
It could be an obsession with a certain shape of hands, or part of hands, such as fingers, fingernails, or simply doing a certain action with hands, e. Trichophilia - a sexual obsession with human hair, most commonly head hair, people with this kink or fetish get arousal from viewing, touching or in some extreme cases eating hair.
Menophilia - sexual arousal from menstrual blood. Mysophilia - sexually turned on by smelling or tasting items soiled with human fluids during sex, such as an undergarment or used tampon. Olfactophilia - sexual arousal by smells and odors emanating from the body, especially the sexual area. Vomit - sexual arousal from vomiting or substance of vomit. Kinks for a particular type of partner Allorgasmia - sexual arousal from fantasizing about having sex with someone else other than your current partner.
Gerontophilia - sexual preference for the elderly. In some cases, the hybristophilia may urge and coerce their partner to commit a crime. Macro Fetish - a sexual attraction to beings larger than themselves in the context of sexual fantasy, e. Maiesiophilia - sexually turned on by pregnant women or the act of giving birth. Micro Fetish -a sexual attraction to being small or doing the sex act with small partners. Morphophilia - a sexual attraction to partners with a certain type of body characteristics e. Parthenophilia - sexual preference for virgins, especially girls with delayed puberty.
Fantasy is ok, the actual act may constitute a crime! Savantophilia - sexual arousal to people who are cognitively impaired or developmentally delayed. Somnophilia - sexual fascination with sleeping or unconscious individual.
Teratophilia - a sexual attraction to monsters or deformed people. Kinks for setting places Acrophilia - sexually excited by heights, or doing sex act at great heights. Actirasty - sexual arousal from sun exposure. It is often associated with sexual arousal to engaging in sexual activities outdoors. Agoraphilia - preference for having sex in public places or outdoors, it is illegal to practice in most parts of the world.
Aquaphilia - a sexual attraction to water, places with water and activities under water. Claustrophilia - sexually aroused by confinement in small, enclosed spaces. Imprisonment - sexual arousal from being confined to a certain area or place, such as a cage.Lists of kinks
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