Monday, 16 April 2012
Fetishes are still having a hard time being thoroughly explained by psychologists. Where do these things develop? What makes a person sexually aroused by sneezing? I can only think that something happened in the past that associated pleasure with, well anything.
For instance, I had a coworker who had a steamy session in the kitchen once when his girlfriend was baking. Ever since, he's been turned on by the smell of vanilla. Different strokes for different folks, I guess.
But back to sneezing--there is quite a little underground community of those turned on by the simple "ah-choo." ABC News did an article on it, which was sponsored by Claritin. The article went on to investigate just what would make a person attracted to sneezing.
It's a fairly simple fetish to grasp, I suppose. The body growing tense, the build-up, the contorted face, and inevitable release. On some level it seems like a fairly sensible fetish. The culture behind it is what strikes me as odd.
There is a very active forum online dedicated to sneezing fetishes, which, aside from many discussion groups on the actual fetish, has a list of links to erotica about sneezing.
"She stood, stretched and walked three paces before stopping, a very familiar expression on her face.
She bent at the waist, spraying the carpet. The third sneeze had ended with a little shriek."
The internet never fails to fascinate me. What do you think of a sneezing fetish?
For more Sneeze Erotica, click here.