September 14, Ann D. We love them, we hate them, but we are all involved with them in some way. Welcome to The Camels Hump — shall we begin? These are two very commonly misused words, but there is in fact a world of difference between kinks and fetishes. Sexual fetishes are sexual responses to objects, or objectified body parts, that are not usually considered sexual in nature an extreme attraction to a really hot girl, sadly, does not count. Although there are different levels of fetishism, it is usually accepted that the object of attraction must be present, at least in the imagination, for gratification.
Expansion discussion[ edit ] I really don't think an article such as Kink needs further expansion. There already are several aticles called kink, and these are the only two that are merged. I revised the discussion of the TV show to make its relevance to this page clearer. I think kinky is a much more common phrase, compared to kink. Drum guy talk I think "kink" is the more common term among practitioners; "kinky" is sometimes a pejorative term, and besides, it's an adjective whereas most articles are about nouns.
The Difference Between A Fetish And Kink, According To Sex Experts
Barbara Nitke I clearly remember the first time I heard the word "kinky. While the band was on a break and we were all sitting around having a Tom Collins, one of the guys used the word "kinky" in a story he was telling. I interrupted, "What's kinky? You may have the same question I had then, as a relative rookie in the complex world of nontraditional, authentic sexuality:
March 25, I became slightly confused by the terms "kink" and "fetish" because people tend to use them differently than I, so I'd like to share what I found about the terms. I hope it will become clearer why I'm posting in the Gray area: So, I'm listening to the podcast about Fetishes and Kink here - http: