- Dec 24, 2011
I don't understand the fetishes I don't have and I understand the ones that I do have, end of story. What one finds attractive is purely subjective so why is this conversation even taking place?
the correct term is Futa, just to point that outSoviet Heavy said:Dickgirls. I have a feeling that most people who feel the need or fixation to strap a penis onto a woman's body are in some manner lying to themselves.
Because it tingles, bro. Like. REALLY. Tingles. It's like, the pain is hot and during the act it feels...um...I dunno. It's hard to put into words. But it's also why most men in college with have great big scars down their backs.verdant monkai said:Masochism is strange and scary to me because pain is obviously the opposite to pleasure. Being punched in the face hurts why would you want that to happen whilst having sex? Being cut anywhere on your body also hurts and can maybe get infected, so why do you masochists like this weird shit?
Thank you. I get why S&M is a fetish, but I don't have it myself. This leads to people making me out to be a masochist, which I'm clearly not.Phaerim said:While I agree with Inflation, Scat, Gore, Overweight and Analfisting, I find it weird that so many don't understand the distinction between BDSM & S&M.ForgottenPr0digy said:Urine
BDSM is the general area that works with dominant sexual behaviour and can be categorized as following:
Bondange & Dominance (BD)
Sadism and Masochism (S&M)
I have no problem with bondage or dominance - I understand it, and practice it myself with the right sexual partners I might encounter. However, I am not a fan of sadism or masochism, as I don't feel any arousal or attraction to pain or hurtful behaviour in general.
But all the scenes people have seen with people getting strapped to crosses and almost whipped to the brink of fainting would be S&M, not bondage and dominance (although these are often a part of it). I've met a few people who liked S&M, but I've met a LOT of (especially guys) who like Bondage in both an passive and active role, so so many people "not understanding it" actually surprises me a bit. Can't help but wonder if people actually feel like it or doesn't make the right distinction between hardcore (and painful) S&M and light bondage involving maybe just a pair of handcuffs.