Even though all of us are forever keen on having more sex, most of us can't proclaim we know all about it, right? Way beyond the generic classifications of black and white, sex is mostly grey, all 50 shades of it! Two people might be sharing a bed but can have totally different likes and dislikes. Long over-abused as somewhat 'dirty', it's time we take into account different sexual fetishes, if for nothing else then just to ensure that we're all getting the sexual pleasure we desperately need!
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The term "fetish" may evoke images of black bodysuits and complicated sexual contraptions , but you may already be acting out some of the most common examples. Spanking , anyone? What defines a fetish isn't what the activity or object of desire is so much as the role it plays in someone's life. Fetishes can also be a term people use to describe sexual arousal that is coupled with a typically non-sexual object," says sexologist and psychologist Denise Renye. While people often use the terms "fetish" and "kink" interchangeably, a kink means an activity or behavior that someone enjoys that exists outside the "norm" of "traditional" sex, such as incorporating handcuffs or even balloons. Think of the differences this way: If someone's kink is bondage, they probably get incredibly excited when they're tied up.
Sexual fetishism or erotic fetishism is a sexual fixation on a nonliving object or nongenital body part. While medical definitions restrict the term sexual fetishism to objects or body parts,  fetish can, in common discourse, also refer to sexual interest in specific activities. In common parlance, the word fetish is used to refer to any sexually arousing stimuli, not all of which meet the medical criteria for fetishism.
Sexual fetishism is basically being sexually attracted to a non-living object or a body part that is not the genitals. The object of interest is called the fetish; the person who has a fetish for that object is a fetishist. Necrophilia: arousal to corpses. And people will be wondering where all these diseases are coming from.