Image Via Daily Star
Are most fetishes pretty freaky-deaky, sure? But isn't that the point? In my opinion, fetishes are merely meant to be a healthy expression of sexual fantasies. The definition however, is a bit more judgey—"a form of sexual desire in which gratification is linked to an abnormal degree to a particular object, item of clothing, part of the body, etc."
When you throw a word like abnormal in there, of course people are going to be skeptical. Then again, I guess you can say some fetishes are more extreme than others. For example, a foot fetish is a bit weird, but nothing to write home about. On the flip-side, people who like to be peed on...yeah, that's bizarre. Oh! How about people who like to have sex with people dressed a babies, like wearing a diaper and everything. Woof! That's something else, huh?
I suppose I just sounded super judgey myself, but really, that's not the case! If anything, I'm fascinated or even bashful, if you will, but not judgmental! Whatever you gotta do to get your rocks off is on you, buddy.
In that capacity, I think the following should fall somewhere between golden showers and Paraphilic infantilism (the proper name for the aforementioned baby dress up shtick). Lea Dragonborn and her psychic partner, Tim Doyal, are real-life vampires. Who according to the Daily Star—"met two years ago at a vampire festival, felt an instant “connection of darkness” and quickly coupled up not long after meeting. The 20-year-old fanged beauty and the 31-year-old tarot reader get their kicks from sucking each other's blood – and say it's better than sex. Now the pair are planning to tie the knot in a vampire-themed wedding ceremony next year."
Lea's bedroom advice? "Vampires are highly sexualised creatures and having sex literally gets the blood pumping. Sucking blood is literally a sensation like no other."
I can't, in all good consciousness, suggest that you guys try this at home, but be careful if you do! I don't need anyone's blood on my hands.