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Anasteemaphilia Arousal to a person of extreme stature, either giant or dwarf. Autoplushophilia Arousal to oneself dressed as a giant cartoon-like stuffed animal. Fetishism Arousal to objects that have been in physical contact with desired person. Frotteurism Arousal to touching a stranger surreptitiously in a crowded place.

What Causes People to Have Sexual Fetishes?

Sexual Fetishes: What Causes Them?

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, [1] 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. Originally, most medical sources defined fetishism as a sexual interest in non-living objects, body parts or secretions. The publication of the DSM-III in changed that by excluding arousal from body parts in its diagnostic criteria for fetishism. In a review of 48 cases of clinical fetishism in , fetishes included clothing A study counted members of Internet discussion groups with the word fetish in their name.

Sexual fetishism

You've definitely heard of foot fetishes and bondage. But, there's basically a bottomless well of things that turn people on. But what exactly are fetishes and sexual kinks?
Experts weigh in on whether mental illness is involved when people have fetishes such as bondage, obsession with feet, or adult diapers. Others may develop a liking for a particular lifestyle that allows them to live out their fetish or interest in erotic role-playing, such as bondage, dominance, submission, and sadomasochism BDSM. Fetishes and alternative erotic lifestyles come in a wide variety of forms, from common to extreme.