Have a fetish? Being obsessed about foot is not weird at all when compared to these eight sexual fetishes ahead.
Woolies: obsessed about wool clothing
There are some people who love wool so much that they make bodysuits out of them, to wear them constantly. There is even a French wool fetishist forum to discuss their love for wool clothing. Some of this advanced knitters take their clothing experience to the "next level."
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Squashing Fetish: obsessed about getting squashed by an XL woman
Tyra Banks found it crucial to expose the world to a little known sexual fetish called "squashing." The deed involves exactly what the name suggests — one partner is body slammed or "squashed" by a much heavier counterpart.
A video better describes this fetishism (with an extra blooper at the end):
Also called “technosexuality,” Robot fetishism is the name popularly used to describe a fetishistic attraction to humanoid or non-humanoid robots or people dressed in robot costumes. A related fetish involves attraction to mannequins or statues. A common fantasy related to these fetishes involves transformation into a robot, mannequin or statue.
Robot fetishism can be viewed as a form of erotic objectification. The female robot in Fritz Lang's film Metropolis can be viewed as an early example of the robot as fetish object.
Objectophilia: obsessed about objects
Objectum-Sexual is feelings of love, attraction, arousal, and commitment for a particular object. The mere thought of a relationship with an actual human being seems ludicrous.
This is the case of a woman took this fetishism to an extreme and married a wall, not any wall, but Berlin's Wall. Eija-Riitta Berliner-Mauer, 54, whose surname means Berlin Wall in German, wed the concrete structure in 1979 after being diagnosed with a condition called Objectum-Sexuality. She fell in love with the structure when she first saw it on television when she was seven. She began collecting "his" pictures and saving up for visits. On her sixth trip in 1979 they tied the knot before a handful of guests.
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Looners: obsessed about balloon fetish
Balloon fetishists, or Looners, are folks that are sexually stimulated by and/or have sex with balloons. This fetish is indirectly related to latex fetish. Like latex, balloons are tactile and supple and imitate the consistency of human skin. However, unlike plain latex, balloons have the ability to expand, which for some looners, is representative of the swelling of primary and secondary sexual organs during arousal.
As creepy as it may sound, it is amazing the number of looner websites floating around the web.
For most people, a sneeze is nothing more than an ordinary biological act: one "achoo!" and it is over. But for a certain group of enthusiasts, a sneeze means much more. Music to the ears? Maybe not for most. But for those with a sneezing fetish, hearing, seeing or having a sneeze tickles them in all the right places.
If you think this fetish is rare, type "sneeze fetish" into your favorite searcher and a few seconds later you get several responses, like: Yahoo! Clubs: Sneeze Fetish--celebrating the sensual sneeze; Tarot of Sneezing, The sneezing is mysterious and exciting, and should be treated as the beautiful art it is; Sneezing Fetish Online--dedicated to the fetish of the human sneeze; Diary of a sneeze fetishist--exploring the origins, development and impact of one woman's fetish for sneezing; Serotica--Dedicated to fiction combining sneezing and sensuality and many others.
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Pedal Pushing Fetish: obsessed about pedal gas pumping
These people get off on repeatedly pushing down on gas pedals. If you have any doubts about this type of fetish, you can surf at Pedal-Pumping.com, which advertises itself as the "Pedal Pumping Foto and Leg Fetish Site" with video clips of brake failure, gas pedal pumping, revving, stuck cars, stalled engines, stranded in a car, women, girls and ladies trying to start cars etc...”
Hands on the hip fetish: obsessed about this position
Hands on the hip is a type of hand partialism, which means the attraction to a specific action performed by the hands. It's very hard to explain the presence of a fetish site devoted entirely to women posing with their hands on their hips, standing defiantly and angrily in the way so many mothers do when their children misbehave. Somewhere, deep in the psyche of the site's creator, he desperately wants to find a mother figure who will discipline him with nothing harsher than a time out and denial of television.
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