VIII. Kink and Fetish Culture

Kink sexual practices are typically not considered conventional sexual practices. Kink is a means of heightening the intimacy between sexual partners. Some draw a distinction between kink and fetishism. Defining the former as enhancing partner intimacy, and the latter as replacing it. Because of its relation to “normal” sexual boundaries, which themselves vary by time and place, the definition of what is, and is not “kink” varies widely as well and is up to personal opinion.

Uniform fetishism:  Is a sexual fixation for clothing related to uniforms or costumes, including military, firefighters, cowboys, cops or doctors.   Apart from just wearing the uniform, there’s also role-playing involved, according to the uniform of choice.

Sexual fetishism, or erotic fetishism: Is the sexual focus on a nonliving object or non genital body part. The object of interest is sometimes called the fetish. The person who has a fetish for that object might call themselves a fetishist.

Object sexuality or objectophilia: a sexual fetish focused on particular inanimate objects. Those individuals with this expressed preference may feel strong feelings of attraction, love, and commitment to certain items or structures of their fixation. For some, sexual or even close emotional relationships with humans are incomprehensible.

Objectum sexuality: an unusual psychological phenomenon in which an individual feels powerful affection toward a particular inanimate object – for all intents and purposes falling ‘in love’ with the object which may be a particular table, a train or a door.

BDSM Pride Flag
Leather Fetish Pride Flag
Fat Fetish Flag
Rubber Fetish Pride Flag
Ownership Fetish Pride Flag
Master-Slave Fetish Pride Flag


Puppy Pride Flag 

The human puppy: a person that enjoys acting and even dressing like a dog or puppy. He/She is playful, full of mischief and is always needing attention. Puppies dress in many different ways from being naked, to wearing full body suites. Depending on you as a pup it is what you feel comfortable in or what you have a fetish for.

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LGBTQIA+ Definitions with Flags and Human Sexuality

Ten Categories:

I. Biological Sexs and Sex Traits/Characteristics

II. Gender Identity

III. Sexual Orientation

IV. Romantic and Affectional Orientation

V. Gender Expression Words

VI. Different Types of Attraction

VII. Labels Considered Offensive

VIII. Kink and Fetish Culture

IX. Other Words Used

X. All the Gender Symbols