Some Very Bizarre and Unusual Fetishes

Agalmatophilia

Statue Love
Statue Love

There are plenty of people who want to enter the Statue of Liberty out of a sense of patriotism, but many agalmatophilies have the overwhelming urge to simply see what she has on under those robes. Of course, agalmatophilia isn’t limited to just statue fetishists, but extends to all inanimate objects depicting humans, such as dolls and mannequins. While they may actually have sex with the object, the fetish is often much more about imagination than reality, which makes Lars and The Real Girl a perfect movie for anyone wanting to better understand agalmatophiles.
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Sploshing/Sitophilia

Food Fetish
Food Fetish

Most people think food fights are just a waste of food, but sploshers and sitophiles find them simply titillating. As it turns out, there are a lot of people all over the world who find it intensely stimulating to be covered in wet, messy, food substances. While these fetishes might be messy, they’re otherwise fairly harmless and a lot more innocent than many other sexual obsessions found on the net.
While the two fetishes have a lot of crossover with one another, they are not completely the same. Sitophiles are turned on by food, but this can be through consumption, direct sexual contact with the food or simply by rolling around in it. Sploshers love being wet and messy and while the most common substances involved in the fetish tend to be edible, some sploshers like mud, oil and paint in place of pies, pudding and syrup.
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Hierophilia

Religious Fetish
Religious Fetish

If you’ve ever wondered what kind of a sicko would ever consider using the classic “Jackhammer Jesus” sex toy, then you certainly aren’t a hierophile. While most people think that religious fetishes are the epitome of blasphemy, the reality is that most of these people are actually incredibly religious and completely dedicated to their selected belief system. They are so infatuated with religion that they cross the line between loving their sacred icons and making love to these icons.
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Smoking Fetish

Smoking Fetish
Smoking Fetish

The term “cock smoker” takes on a whole new meaning when you actually catch a glance of a smoking fetish website. For some, the smoking simply signifies a desired characteristic in the partner, such as rebelliousness, masculinity or self confidence, but for others the fetish really is all about the cigarette itself –the smell, the burning cherry, the loose ashes and the smoke emissions. These are the really interesting smoking fetishes because they often involve the use of the cigarette during sex, even oral sex, with the cigarette remaining dangerously close to the genitals.
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Kleptolagnia

Stealing Fetish
Stealing Fetish

If you’ve ever gotten turned on while listening to Jane’s Addiction’s “Been Caught Stealing,” you just might be a kleptolagniac. These theft fetishists not only enjoy stealing, but are sexually excited by the act of taking things that are not theirs. It seems they could have a really good time stealing sex toys, which could then be used in further fantasies about similar great heists.
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Trichophilia

Hair Fetish
Hair Fetish

Who doesn’t love a beautiful head of hair? Of course, for trichophiles, the hair obsession can go beyond wanting to touch and look at shiny locks to wanting to caress and kiss the tresses. While the fetish can extend to body hair, most trichophiles love hair on people’s heads and would make excellent, yet creepy, hairstylists. Now that you know about hair fetishists, that famed scene from Something About Mary can take on a whole new meaning whenever you watch the movie in the future.
A closely related but distinctly different fetish is a fur fetishism, which can revolve around a person wearing a fur coat or may be focused on just the fur itself. While PETA protesters like to throw red paint on fur coats, these fur lovers like to ruin the material with an entirely different liquid.
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