Recreational hypnosis. Recreational hypnosis, also called erotic hypnosis, is the practice of hypnosis for recreational purposes.
Techniques such as persuasion and mind control are often included in the practice. Erotic hypnosis is typically, but not exclusively, practiced within the BDSM subculture. Recreational hypnosis does not include amateur hypnotherapy nor the therapeutic application of neurolinguistic programming and similar disciplines.
 Reducing inhibitions and increasing arousal is a notable goal of recreational hypnosis. Boot fetishism. Knee-high ballet boots, unpractical boots made expressively for their sexual appeal.
A model wearing boots. Boot fetishism is a sexual fetish dedicated to boots. Boots are seen as the perhaps most fetishistic of all footwear and boots may be the most popular fetish clothing attire. History One of the earliest descriptions of boots as a fetishistic object can be found in Émile Zola's 1868 novel Thérèse Raquin. Hermine Hug-Hellmuth described boot fetishism scientifically in 1915. This article has also been published in English with comments by Arlene K. Boots were used by S. Unlike shoes, boot styles have often appeared as street wear before they inspire fashion designers. Boots are usually seen as a sign of empowerment for the wearer, especially when worn by women. This may be a reason for the connection to BDSM, where boots usually are seen as a statement of dominance.
Omorashi. Omorashi (おもらし / オモラシ / お漏らし?)
Is a fetish subculture recognized predominantly in Japan, in which participants experience arousal from having a full bladder or a sexual attraction to someone else experiencing the feeling of a full urinary bladder. Outside of Japan, it is not usually distinguished from urolagnia (urine fetish), though they are different things. Westerners who do make the distinction commonly use phrases such as "bladder desperation" or "panty wetting.
" The Japanese language term from which the subculture's name is derived means "to wet oneself," literally translated, "leaking. " Salirophilia. Salirophilia is a sexual fetish or paraphilia that involves deriving erotic pleasure from soiling or disheveling the object of one's desire, usually an attractive person.
It may involve tearing or damaging their clothing, covering them in mud or filth, or messing their hair or makeup. The fetish does not involve harming or injuring the subject, only their appearance. The fetish sometimes manifests itself in the defacing of statues or pictures of attractive people, especially celebrities or fictional characters. It is common to refer to the practice involving ejaculating on a photo as "facepainting". The fetishist finds this sexually exciting, rather than mere vandalism. The term comes from the French for soiling, salir. Sexual roleplay. Sexual roleplay is roleplay that has a strong erotic element.
It may involve two or more people who act out roles in a sexual fantasy and may be a form of foreplay and be sexually arousing. Many people regard sexual roleplay as a means of overcoming sexual inhibitions. It may take place in the real world, or via an internet forum, chat-room, or email--allowing for physically impossible erotic interests to be enacted.
How seriously the play is taken depends on the people involved, and the scenario may be anywhere from simple and makeshift to detailed and elaborate, complete with costumes and a script. Nearly any role could become the base material for an erotic experience, and there is no limit to what objects an individual could consider sexual. Philtrum. The philtrum (Latin: philtrum, Greek: φίλτρον philtron), or medial cleft, is a vertical groove in the middle area of the upper lip, common to many mammals, extending from the nose to the upper lip.
Together with a glandular rhinarium and slit-like nostrils, it is believed to constitute the primitive condition for mammals in general. Function In most mammals, the philtrum is a narrow groove that may carry moisture from the mouth to the rhinarium or nose pad through capillary action, to keep the nose wet. A wet nose pad is able to trap odor particles better than a dry one, thus it greatly enhances the function of the olfactory system.
For humans and most primates, the philtrum survives only as a vestigial medial depression between the nose and upper lip. The human philtrum, bordered by ridges, also is known as the infranasal depression, but has no apparent function. Mask fetishism. Latex clothing. Latex rubber is used in many types of clothing.
Rubber has traditionally been used in protective clothing, including gas masks and Wellington boots. Rubber is now generally being replaced in these application by plastics. Mackintoshes have traditionally been made from rubberized cloth. Shower cap. Disposable shower cap A shower cap is a cap worn while showering or bathing, to protect hair from becoming wet.
Alternatively, shower caps for children can be crowns with wide brims that prevent water and shampoo from getting in the eyes while allowing the hair to be washed. Many are produced by joining two layers of fabric together in order to make the shower cap not only waterproof but aesthetic also. However, simpler ones are purely made from one layer of a waterproof material, often plastic. They all contain an elastic band to keep it from slipping. Vorarephilia. Vorarephilia (often shortened to vore) is a paraphilia wherein sexual arousal occurs in response to the idea of someone/something/yourself eating or being eaten by someone/something/yourself. The fantasy sometimes involves the victim being swallowed dead or alive and may or may not include digestion. It is most often enjoyed through pictures, stories, videos, and video games, and can appear in mainstream media.
Other examples to this are being eaten whole. In some cases, vorarephilia may be described as a variation of macrophilia and may combine with other paraphilias. Armin Meiwes was a cannibal who acted out his fantasy with a willing victim. The word vorarephilia is derived from the Latin vorare (to "swallow" or "devour"), and Ancient Greek φιλία (philía, "love").