Amanda, an Amazon model, gets paid to satisfy small guys' fetish.
After the news of the Walmart Toe Sucker spread, you've probably tied your shoes on a little tighter and been more aware of your surroundings when shopping for things at low prices in Lincolnton N.C.. But now it's time to for a sigh of relief because the alleged attacker has been caught!
Seo-yeon, aka "The Diva", is making headlines for getting paid $9,000 a month for letting people watch her eat.
There are many fetishes in this world that seem weird to the general public. Christopher Pagano, however, let his fetish get the best of him and landed him with charges for sexually harassing others because of his obsession with cheese … swiss cheese to be exact.
Fetish behavior is perhaps the most confusing of all sexual behavior. How can someone get a sexual charge out of kissing a woman's calves or dressing up in a blue latex suit? No one is exactly sure of the answer, but this variation in sexual behavior is more common than you might think. Fetlife, a website just for devotees of BDSM (bondage and domination, sado-masochism) and fetishistic sex, has 2.5 million members.
The subject of foot fetishism may be a taboo, but it’s incredibly common. Sex studies have found that feet are the most fetishized body part after genitals, half of those with a fetish for body parts are turned on by feet and two thirds of those with a fetish for objects find sexual excitement from shoes and socks. But what exactly is it about feet that gets so many people hot under the collar? Read on to find out everything you need to know about foot fetishes. Can Science Explain the Foot Fetish?
We've all heard about some strange fetishes. There are people who are partial to feet, others who like to be spanked. But what about the stranger fetishes out there? We found the seven freakiest fetishes you've probably never heard of, and that need to be read to be believed.
Would it surprise you to learn that the foot fetish is amongst the most popular sexual fetish amongst men? It’s true! Right up there with the threesome fantasy is the sexual desire to touch, lick and worship women’s feet. Foot fetish is crazy popular, and with good reason: the feet are one of the most sensitive parts of the human body!
Learning how to spice up your sex life is far easier than you think. It's not always a case of going to your local sex shop (or online) and buying whips, chains, handcuffs and all other sorts of BDSM equipment. You certainly can if that is what you're into, but it's not always necessary.
About two months into my relationship with B, he started sharing his desire to see me get a Brazilian wax. Of course, this was never going to happen. Not only are guests not welcome in the waxing room, but I wasn't about to have anyone outside of my beloved waxer see me writhe in such pain as I did everything within my power not to scream out something bizarre or obscene.
There are many advantages at your fingertips in this new world of online dating sites. In the search for your perfect match, you are not only able to key in the height, weight, age, race, religious preference and locale of a potential partner, but now you can also key in any specific kink that you may desire. New online fetish dating sites are popping up on a daily basis.
When TLC's 'Strange Sex' found a 34-year-old man who breastfeeds from his wife to help his ED problem, the show latched on like a newborn.
The book "Fifty Shades Of Grey" is rocketing up the fiction best-seller charts as well as the underwears of America's women. Because of its content, the book has inspired many essays about BDSM, sexual power and contemporary, American ladies.
I am pretty sure that sometimes a cigar is just a cigar and sometimes we really like being tied up despite having a pleasant, if unremarkable upbringing and having great respect for our friends, lovers and neighbors. Mommy and daddy issues are frequently convenient excuses for "embarrassing" desires we've been taught to believe are "sinful."
The popularity of "Fifty Shades Of Grey" has opened up a number of issues regarding BDSM, feminism and sexual power dynamics. More than the book's reach, the conversations have begun about exactly how many people are into this kind of sex and why they enjoy it. We're a strange animal.
The book "Fifty Shades of Grey" has brought to the forefront of modern society and readers' minds the fact that some women (and men) enjoying BDSM play in their sex lives. SHOCKING, right? What sort of deviant wants to be spanked or tied up or told they're a "bad girl?" I'll tell you: about 60 percent of my friends — mostly women, but some men, too.