15 fetishes you didn’t know existed from The Book of Kink

[See the complete fetish dictionary here: cltampa.com]

When it comes to sex, what we consider kinky is usually everything that happens in other people's bedrooms. Trying to understand another person's fetish is as psychologically confusing as a man attempting to masturbate while reading a romance novel or a woman trying to watch gangbang porn for the passionate connection between characters. The feeling of arousal and sexual desire is the same for most everyone; what changes is the ways in which these desires express themselves in our psyches. Just as some women grow up unconsciously drawn to men who remind them of their father, some men fetishize feet because of a former classmate who constantly played footsie under the table.

In The Book of Kink: Sex Beyond the Missionary, Eva Christina explores the hidden and often misunderstood world of fetishism. The book covers everything from the history of kinks to how-tos. Below is a sample of some of the lesser-known fetishes Christina illuminates.

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