How To Enjoy Them Without Fear

Whatever your case, we want you to be calm. You should not feel different because it is a less known practice, we assure you that there are more people than you think who share your tastes. Do not be afraid to live fetishism your way, that way will be the best if it is what satisfies you.

The Wonderful World Of Fetish

Let’s start at the beginning, what is and what is not fetishism?

Fetishism is the sexual attraction caused by an object or by a certain part of the body, which normally will not have to do with the genitals or the most common erogenous zones.

It could be said that the penis and the vagina, the breasts … would be the accepted “fetishes” in heteronormative sexuality. However, sex is not only in the genitals, you have your whole body to enjoy it.

To differentiate fetishism from fetishism, we could say that fetishism is the sexual practice that encompasses the attraction to sexual objects / parts, and that the fetish refers to that specific object or to the specific part of the body that causes us arousal.

If you look more at some parts of the body than others, does that make you a fetishist? No … Feeling special interest or preferring that a part of the body have a certain shape does not make you a fetishist for that part of the body. Fetishism will always have a sexual and arousal component linked to it.

You may be curious or particularly fond of hands with very long fingers, and that won’t make you a hand fetishist (unless it turns you on). You can like different things without there being a sexual inclination towards that object or part of the body.

In sex there are no rules, remember: nothing is written.

If you think about it, fetishes add pleasure to our sexual activity, and they are not incompatible with your liking more conventional sex. The limits are set by the imagination of each one: feet, lingerie, tattoos, high-heeled shoes …

Myths And Truths About Fetish

Until recently, sex was only frowned upon if its purpose was to reproduce. Anything that involved having sex for pleasure was frowned upon and looked down upon.

If to this factor we add that any taste considered strange or out of the norm is treated almost as a mental pathology, it is not strange to find definitions of Fetishism that link it with deviations even today.

Fetishism Is Not A Problem, Enjoy It Naturally.

Is Fetishism A Sexual Deviation?

Absolutely not. If we let ourselves be guided by what the RAE says, fetishism continues to appear as a “sexual deviation that consists of fixing some part of the human bod”.

Is that definition correct? We will not tire of saying it: as long as your tastes do not cause discomfort to others or yourself, there is NO problem. Live your fetish naturally and remember: different doesn’t have to be bad.

Are People Who Have Fetishes Weird?

People who have fetishes feel sexual attraction to certain objects / parts of the body that are outside the norm of what was previously accepted. We can say that they are different, but for that reason we should not consider them as rare. Being different doesn’t make you weird, especially when it comes to sexuality. There is such a wide range of possibilities to obtain pleasure …

Is that definition correct? We will not tire of saying it: as long as your tastes do not cause discomfort to others or yourself, there is NO problem. Live your fetish naturally and remember: different doesn’t have to be bad.

Do Fetishists Perform Practices Considered Alternative Or Rare?

Fetishism is a harmless sexual practice, different perhaps because it departs from the most common sexual practices, but not for that reason rare in the negative sense of the word.

IMPORTANT! Forget the terms “weird”, “good”, “bad” and apply the golden rule of sexuality. It is perfect as long as it does not cause physical or emotional harm to me, my partner, or third parties and anyone who joins the practice agrees 100% and has the ability to give their consent.

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