Fetish is an extreme desire for certain behaviors or particular objects, materials or body parts. A person with a fetish will often be drawn to the object or behavior of their desire and will be excited or aroused by being close to it or touching it. Fetish comes in all
An activity where the sub kneels and asks the dom for special treatment, a favor, or mercy. The sub may be forced to beg for the dom to continue the scene, and in some cases, the sub will even beg the dom to punish them.
A BDSM symbol that features a derivation of a Triskelion. The symbol represents three parts of the acronym BDSM: BD (bondage & discipline), DS (domination & submission) and SM (sadism & masochism). It is taken from the BDSM novel Story of O, in which the main character wears a ring
A written document wherein partners agree upon the BDSM activities they are willing to participate in before a scene takes place. Though they are called contracts, they are not legally binding in any way and are just meant to put in permanent copy what the partners discussed beforehand. For the
Probably the most common and popular fetish for body parts. Foot fetishism involves having an intense sexual attraction to feet with an emphasis on shape, size, odor, jewelry, and footwear. Foot fetishists often enjoy treating their partner’s feet by massaging them, painting their toenails, sucking their toes and more. Foot
Sexual penetration done without the use of a condom or a similar prophylactic. Bareback sex has an inherent risk of STDs and pregnancy, and therefore should not be done without prior knowledge and consent.
A fetish that involves being sexually aroused by balloons. Balloon fetishists, get a rush from sitting or lying on balloons, popping balloons or blowing up balloons. Looner Another name for a person who has a fetish for balloons.
A type of fetish footwear that takes the look of a high heel to the extreme. Its shape forces the wearer’s foot into an en-pointe position, much like a ballerina, but resting on long heels. The boot causes the foot to arch forward, so the wearer’s weigh rest entirely on