Tag: Fetish

Smoking

Smoking fetishism is also known as capnolagnia. It can be considered a sexual fetish based on the pulmonary consumption (smoking) of tobacco, most often via cigarettes, cigars, and also, pipes and hookahs to some extent. As a fetish, its mechanisms regard sexual arousal from the observation or imagination of a person smoking, sometimes including oneself.

Enema

The administration of enemas is a common theme in many spanking stories and novels. In particular, those published in France from the 1880s to the 1930s. Fetishistic photographs depicting the enema punishment of nude or partially clad women or girls — again, primarily from France — date all the way back to the 1850s. Ostra

Shoes & Boots

Shoe fetishism is the attribution of attractive sexual qualities to shoes or other footwear as a matter of sexual preference, psychosexual disorder, and an alternative or complement to a relationship with a partner. It has also been known as retifism, after the French novelist Nicolas-Edme Rétif (1734–1806), also known as Rétif de la Bretonne. Individuals

Roleplay

Playing out fantasies was (and still is) a way of living out sexual desires. Humans begin roleplaying as soon as they have an understanding of roles: children play roleplay games such as House, School, or scenes set in a past or future world. Roleplaying in adults is a complex topic. Some of it is found

Nativa Richard (unknown)

Nativa Richard was the muse for her husband, photographer Yva Richard, who’s name was deducted from Natyva. (It is believed the name for Yva Richard’s Company was inspired by Nativa, who’s real name was Natyva. ) She was a seamstress and most likely responsible for the idea of creating and selling fetish lingerie and accessories

Yva Richard (unknown)

Yva Richard was a company created by L. Richard and Nativa Richard. Yva Richard was one of the very first fetish producers around 1930. The company started in 1913 and closed down in 1943, they were stored at Studio 9 at the Rue Pillet-Will in Paris. They began in 1914 selling costumes, women’s hats, shoes,