There are many fantasies, ranging from the common ones beloved of certain ladies magazines to the more unusual, OK very unusual, but today I thought I would mention food... read on for a feast of information and I will try not to fill it with dry facts.
When you first learn about specter fetishists, you may imagine a few people who have seen the movie Ghost too many times and now think of Patrick Swayze as a sexy supernatural porn star. Really though, this fetish has gone on throughout the centuries.While history is dotted with many stories of being raped by demons, there are just as many romantic tales involving sensitive spirit lovers. While spectrophiles can always use their imagination for self satisfaction, most people who have this fetish really do believe they have had a sexual encounter with a ghost in the past. On the bright side, most people who experience this phenomenon claim the ghost follows them throughout their lives, so they never seem to have to wait too long before getting some. And when they do woo woo!!
SPLOSHING and SITOPHILIA
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. Guess which one I like??
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. If not watch again.
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. Oh I wonder what it can be.
I must not get my Philias mixed up