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Fetish (noun). 1. a form of sexual desire in which gratification is linked to an abnormal degree to a particular object, item of clothing, part of the body, or a physical or psychological event. 2. an inanimate object worshipped for its supposed magical powers or because it is considered to be inhabited by a spirit.
When we think of fetish, we think of kinky people doing kinky things. Pain is pleasure, and we can live out our deepest, darkest, and dirtiest fantasies in real life. But fetish is not all about BDSM (Bondage Discipline Sadism and Masochism). A lot of the appeal of fetish lies in the aesthetic of it all - lingerie, sexy and seductive clothing and makeup, tantalising and teasing with all senses flustered.
But it is a misunderstood word, with misunderstood connotations. While you might like the sight of your partner in a pair of high heels during sex, that doesn’t necessarily mean you have a shoe fetish.
People can “fetishize” almost anything. The most common fetishes involve body parts, such as feet, or body features, such as obesity, amputations, piercings, or tattoos. The feet are by far the most common. Body fluid, body size, and hair fetishes aren’t far behind. Things we wear is also a very common fetish for a lot of people. Clothes worn on the hips and legs, such as stockings, garter belts and skirts, as well as footwear (boots, platforms, knee high boots, thigh high boots, high heels and stilettos) and underwear are all huge fetish areas. Fetishes that involve the feel of a certain material, often leather or rubber, are also common. Some people like dressing themselves and their partner in furry animal costumes (furry culture). Feminisation is another fetish, particularly men "forced" by a partner to dress like a girl, in a humiliating way.
All fetishes are (or at least they should) involve full mutual consent of everyone involved, whether it is a specific scene at a party or privately in the bedroom, every fetish needs to be safe, sane and consensual, with enthusiasm of everyone. A sexual fetish is not a disorder by definition, but it can reach that level if it causes intense, lasting distress.