The word “fetish” comes from a Portuguese word for “spell,” which might explain the magical power sexual fetishes have over us.No matter how “vanilla” your sex life seems, you may have kinky little turn-ons: A lust for briefs, dirty talk, armpit smells or biting—those are pretty standard.You can probably tell by its name, but Cumblr wants to be your new home for fapping. The site has some functionality at present, but mostly exists as a technical demo until the platform moves to its permanent home at tumblr The site isn’t live yet, but it plans to launch soon and should provide the option to import your own Tumblr blog into it, providing you’ve exported it from Tumblr ahead of the big censorship hammer.“We plan to give our community an update before the end of the week,” the site’s landing page reads. Mojo Fire‘s another site that’s not up yet, but plans to offer services similar to Tumblr before the content ban. This isn’t so much an alternative as a time capsule, but we digress.
To date, the team has saved more than 100,000 Tumblr blogs. First, the psychological term for sexual fetish is paraphilia, meaning a form of sexual arousal that depends on uncommon sexual behavior and fantasies.We’ve tried to respect each individual fetish by not mocking it or its practitioners.There’s even a fantasy taxonomy known as the “omegaverse,” where omega “carriers” are impregnated by alpha or beta “seeders.” The fantasy sex can involve “knotting,” where the top’s penis gets so engorged that it gets trapped in the bottom until climax, much like with dogs.There’s even a lesbian omegaverse where female alphas have female penises.To give them some love and wider discussion, we’ve explored each one in depth.Before we begin, however, allow us to point out a few things.Lastly, we’ve also included links with each entry that connect to safe-for-work resources where you can learn and see more. Looners typically get separated into those who enjoy popping balloons (“poppers”) and those who don’t (“non-poppers”); some poppers also enjoy other sorts of “crush” or “stomp” fetishes that sexualize trampling.While some guys get turned on by the mere presence of balloons, others get hard watching their inflation or thinking about having sex with someone on top of a balloon — talk about bouncy time!Some poppers also equate balloon popping with orgasm, though non-poppers may equate popping with death, especially if they’ve formed an emotional attachment to the balloon, something you can relate to if you ever felt sad as a kid after your balloon popped or drifted upward into the sky.Although we’ve briefly covered MPREG before with videos of hunky, large-bellied cisgender guys in labor, we didn’t mention how often MPREG pops up in slash fanfic (imagine a pregnant Harry Potter being cared for by Draco Malfoy) or fan art (MPREG furries occur regularly).