On a daily basis, we can observe that there are many sex fetishes and techniques that some people consider “strange”. However, it is important to note that what may seem strange to one may be exciting and enjoyable to another. With that in mind, let’s take a look at 5 European countries with the weirdest sex fetishes.
Known for its love of all things BDSM, Germany takes the term “fetish” to a whole new level. From latex to leather, from bondage to spanking, German BDSM scenes are blood curdling. One popular fetish in Germany is pony play, where people dress up in horse costumes and act out their dirty fantasies.
2. The Netherlands
Famous for its liberal attitude towards sex and drugs, the Netherlands is home to many interesting fetishes. One of the most popular is ‘sploshing’, which involves coating yourself with various food substances. Another popular fetish is “kratje stapelen” or “crate stacking”, where people, naked, stack beer crates on top of each other.
Italy is certainly known for its romance, but it also has a dark side when it comes to sexual fetishes. One popular fetish is “formicophilia,” which involves deriving sexual pleasure from insects that crawl on the body. Another fetish is ‘acrotomophilia’, which involves a sexual attraction to people with amputated body parts.
4. United Kingdom
The British are known for their stiff upper lip, but they also have a quirky side. One popular fetish in the UK is ‘puppy play’, where people dress up in dog costumes and act like dogs. Another fetish is “human furniture”, where these individuals are used as furniture for sexual pleasure.
The French are known for their love of all things sensual, but they also have some interesting fetishes. One popular fetish is “abasiophilia,” which is the sexual attraction to people who use wheelchairs or other mobility devices. Another activity is called the “crush fetish,” where individuals derive sexual pleasure from crushing small animals or insects.
It is important to remember that these fetishes may seem strange and even absurd to some, but they are perfectly normal and acceptable in the context of a safe, sane and equal relationship. As always, conversation and consent are important when exploring any sexual fetish.
A fetish: what is inappropriate for one person is completely normal for another
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