And now the finish is near, and so we face the final screen – and that curtain’s going to need a damn good purify after all the fetishes we’ve been exploring.
In this, the final part of Metro’s A-Z of fetishes, we’ll have fun with foodstuffs, learn what a vominatrix is and learn a new word – ursusagalmatophilia – that we’ll substantially never use again.
Brace yourself now – here are all the passionate terms commencement with letters from U to Z that you should know about:
The posh name for water sports, aka golden showers, aka urolagnia.
This illusion is identical to zoophilia. But while that involves live animals, ursusagalmatophilia is a illusion for sauce up as an animal.
It’s evil of ‘plushies’ and ‘furries’.
Sexual captivate to vampires, or people sanctimonious to be vampires.
4. Veil illusion and Velvet fetish
Two opposite fetishes that come under the same powerful of wardrobe fetishes.
Veils are fetishised not just as an object of wardrobe but what they represent: consider burkas, harem veils or spousal veils.
Vicarphiles live vicariously: it’s the illusion for conference about other people’s passionate experiences.
Unlike other written fetishes, this one requires the person pity the story to be the person who gifted it.
Being incited on from being tied up.
7. Vomit fetish
Exactly what you consider it is.
A widespread person who creates clients puke is a vominatrix.
Don’t try this one at home: it’s illegal and tends to finish with somebody dying.
It’s a illusion for cannibalism, presumably as the cannibal or as their dinner.
Voyeurism sounds almost honeyed compared to some of the fetishes we’ve detected in this series: it’s passionate arousal from examination other people doing passionate things, and from doing so but their knowledge.
WAM is brief for Wet and Messy. And as the name suggests, it’s a illusion for getting people soppy and disorderly by the use of food and/or splash – consider custard, cream and other disorderly products.
WAM is also famous as food play or sploshing.
No, not really.
12. Wet garments fetish
A soppy garments illusion is infrequently compared with urophilia: it’s a illusion for seeing other people in soppy clothes, mostly veteran garments such as workwear.
As fabrics turn soppy they turn some-more clingy and in some cases some-more see-through.
Few people will have xenophobia and xenophilia at the same time: the former is dislike or fear of foreigners while the latter is an heated enterprise to form a very special kind of kinship with them.
We’ve checked, double-checked and checked again: this is apparently a genuine thing, and it’s the kind of thing that’ll get you banned from Gregg’s.
Yeastiality is a illusion for having sex with baked goods.
We’re in bushy domain again: yiffing indicates passionate activity between two or some-more furries while in costume.
Zoophilia is a passionate mania with animals.
It’s mostly used interchangeably with bestiality, but the latter describes the tangible act of sex with animals and isn’t indispensably driven by zoophilia: when Otis gets too accessible with Daisy the cow, he competence just be desperate.
Meanwhile, many zoophiles keep their interests quite as fantasy, presumably since zoos are so costly these days.