Human furniture (forniphilia )

Forniphilia is a subset of bondage and sexual objectification in which a person's body is incorporated into a chair, table, cabinet or other piece of furniture.

Forniphilia is an extreme form of bondage because the subject usually is tightly bound and expected to stay immobile for an indefinite period of time. They are often gagged and/or placed in position where there is a danger of being smothered. It is imperative that the dominant that is putting a submissive in such peril check his or her condition every few minutes.

Ant fetish (formicophilia)

Formicophilia, a subset of Zoophilia, is the specific practice of gaining sexual pleasure from ants and ant bites.[1][2]

Those who possess this condition have been known to enjoy ants crawling over their genitals and even entering their orifices until sexual arousal and climax is reached.

Entomophilia is the wider term for those who find sexual pleasure with a range of various insects rather than ants alone.

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Food play

Food play is a form of sexual fetishism in which participants are aroused by erotic situations involving food. Some foods and herbs themselves are purported to cause sexual arousal in and of themselves. Food play overlaps with other fetishes, including wet and messy fetishism, feederism, Nyotaimori, and Wakamezake. It is differentiated from Vorarephilia, aka "Vore," in that food play fetishizes food while vore fetishizes the act of eating.

Exhibitionism (Flashing, Sex in Public)

(Dogging, Mooning, apodysophilia)

Exhibitionism, known variously as flashing, apodysophilia and Lady Godiva syndrome,[1] is the psychological need and pattern of behavior involving the exposure of parts of the body to another person with a tendency toward an extravagant, usually at least partially sexually inspired behavior to attract the attention of another in an open display of bare "private parts" — i.e., parts of the human body which would otherwise be left covered under clothing in nearly all other cultural circumstances.

Erotic lactation (Milk fetish)

(Breastfeeding fetish; Milk sex)

Erotic lactation is the breastfeeding of an adult partner primarily for erotic reasons. Depending on the context, the terms adult suckling, adult nursing, and adult breastfeeding can refer to the practice. Regular partners are said to be in an adult nursing relationship (ANR).[1] Two persons in an exclusive relationship can be called a nursing couple, though this term is also sometimes used for a mother and her child.

Vomit fetish (Emetophilia)

(Brown showers)

Emetophilia is a sexual fetish in which an individual is aroused by vomiting or observing others vomit. When emetophiles put emetophilia into practice by actually vomiting, especially on a partner, it is called a Roman shower, after the supposed frequent induction of vomiting at Roman feasts.

Tears fetish (Dacryphilia)

Dacryphilia (also known as dacrylagnia) is a form of paraphilia in which one is aroused by tears or sobbing.[1] Dacryphilia is primarily associated with males.[2]

The term covers all forms of pleasure from the tears of others. The arousal is achieved when viewing a person in emotional distress. It carries the theme where a person (often a dominant in a BDSM relationship) induces another (the submissive) to cry, or otherwise show a strong emotion.

Excrement fetishes (Coprophilia)

(Scat, poo play)

Coprophilia (from Greek κόπρος, kópros - excrement and φιλία, filía - liking, fondness), also called scat,[1] is the paraphilia involving sexual pleasure from feces [2][3] (ie. shit).

Bed fetish (clinophilia)

Clinophilia refers is the love of beds, or going to bed, but usually in a non-sexual context. The word derives from the Greek klinein to lean, and kline a bed.

Age fetishes (Chronophilia)

Chronophilia refers to a group of patterns of sexual arousal is associated with age discrepancy between the sexual partners.[1] The term was coined by John Money, from the Greek roots chronos, "time" and philia, "love". The term has not been widely adopted by sexologists, who instead use terms that that refer to the specific age range in question.

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