Hey guys, it’s another sexy Friday. And that means it’s time for…
He grabbed my hair and pulled, smashing his lips into mine. I moaned deep in my throat, my hands busying themselves as they unbuttoned his shirt. He kissed my jaw and down to my neck, sucking and nibbling at some points. He stepped back to pull my spaghetti strap blouse off my body, I was braless so my perky breasts stood, my nipples hardened.
“Fuck!” He swore under his breath. He pulled me towards him and kissed me hard again. His palm covering my boobs as his thumb and forefinger toyed with my nipples. I couldn’t help the low moan in my throat or the scream that came out when he pulled them. I helped him pull his shirt off as he led me to the bed. I laid down, in just my shorts and he in his. He was on me again, spreading kisses on my body. Going lower with each kiss, his hands following through. He soon got to my thighs, and he pulled my shorts off. He continued kissing lower, the inside of my thighs. Lower, to my knees and my feet. Then he popped my toe into his mouth and sucked. I snapped out of my daze, and pulled my legs to myself.
“What the f*ck?” I asked incredulously.
Hollup, hollup, hollup. I know what you’re thinking. If anything is gonna be sucked during a sexual encounter, we should limit it to nipples and dicks. So, why would anyone go on and be sucking toes? Lol, let’s talk about that shall we.
Sexual fetishism or erotic fetishism according to Wikipedia, is a sexual fixation on a nonliving object or nongenital body part. The object of interest is called the fetish; the person who has a fetish for that object is a fetishist. A sexual fetish may be regarded as a non-pathological aid to sexual excitement, or as a mental disorder if it causes significant psychosocial distress for the person or has detrimental effects on important areas of their life. Sexual arousal from a particular body part can be further classified as partialism.
So, now that we’ve gotten the big words out of the way, let’s break this thing down shall we?
A fetish basically means when someone likes a part of another’s body that isn’t the private parts. Or love for an activity that isn’t particularly conventional when it comes to sex. There are series of them ranging from regular ones like impact play which includes spanking etc… To much more weird ones like electrostimulation, which is exactly what you are reading. 😂😂😂
Chances are you have a fetish, you might not know and it might not even count as one but almost everyone does. Do you enjoy staring at hands and fingers, find them particularly beautiful to look at? That’s a fetish. Perhaps, you enjoy being chocked, called some names or a certain amount of pain, there’s a place for you. It might be something as casual as role play or much more crazy like wax play or water sports. Whatever that thing is that just doesn’t fit into the conventional sex boundaries, it’s a fetish.
Now, fetishes aren’t a bad thing as long as it isn’t impairing your day to day life or leading you to do terrible things. For instance, if you’re a voyeurist, that means you enjoy watching people get it on. But that’s not the same thing as a peeping tom because like we’ve already established, consent is strictly adhered. Everything has to be done within the confines of consent.
There’s no particular reason for why people have fetishes and since it’s not exactly a problem, there are no treatments or cure. However, it could be weird if you try to get it on with someone and they’re interested in something weird. Let’s say your pee for instance or maybe even your feet like the story above 😂😂😂.
This is why communication can never be over emphasized. It cannot be skipped or replaced with anything, you simply have to communicate. Before moving into anything sexual related, be it casual or a more commited relationship, it is important to ask these questions. It doesn’t have to be serious questions or a strict and formal situation like the one with Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey in fifty shades of grey where they were discussing the terms of their contract. (Any fans here?😉)
You could just go ahead and talk about what you like and see if the person is on board with it and if they happen to have things they like too. Now, I get that sometimes, we don’t know what we like and that’s fine. There are limits for everyone but even at that you always know that thing that is a soft limit for you, that is you’re willing to try it out and see if it works and that which is a hard limit, that is no way in hell you’re trying it out.
Do your research and then talk about it with your partner. For instance, for the longest time, I’ve known I love impact play. I love being spanked, my hair being pulled and all that. When I knew that, I had never tried it out before so I wasn’t 100 percent sure but I knew I wanted to find out and I did. Some things however, I know I never wanna find out. Not because they’re bad, just because I know I don’t like it at all.
This brings us back to our important points;
- Figure out your body and what you like.
- Do your personal research
- Communicate, communicate, COMMUNICATE!!!
Fetishism can be a scary thing, especially when you come across weird ones that you don’t understand. But they can also be good and make sex much more enjoyable and wholesome. It also creates a new level of intimacy with your partner when you both have things you enjoy besides actual sex. So, don’t be shy and don’t feel weird. No matter how unusual you think your fetish is, I can guarantee you’re not alone in it.
So my loves, do you think you have a fetish? Ever had a weird encounter like the one above? Or what are your thoughts generally on the subject? I’ll love to hear your thoughts in the comment section so please indulge me. Don’t forget to like it and share if you enjoyed this post. Till next time, kisses.