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10 Kinks and Fetishes You Might Want to Try


Kinks and fetishes for a more fulfilling sexual pleasure

If you’re looking for new ways to explore your sexuality or escape your sexual comfort zone, you need to get kinky with it. As any self-respecting member of the BDSM community knows, there are a million and one ways to get your kink on, each as exciting and varied as the next.

The kinkster lifestyle is one that’s full of surprises and new sexual experiences. You can use kinks and fetishes to discover a more fulfilling sexual experience and satisfy your most intimate sexual cravings. This can lead to an incredibly fun, wild, and intense ride.

So, if you’re curious about exploring your kinks, obsessions, fetishes, or infatuations, or simply want to add some excitement to your sex life, it’s time to buckle up and discover 10 kinky sex ideas you can us to spice up your love life right now.

What are kinks and fetishes?

Kinks and fetishes are sexual practices and preferences that involve different objects, materials, or activities that people use for sexual gratification.

Kinks are often labelled as unconventional sexual preferences or behavior. It’s important to know that kinks aren’t bad or unhealthy, but they can be misunderstood or unknown to many people.

It can be rewarding to explore your kinks and fetishes, to learn what they are, how they’re formed, and how to have a healthy attitude towards them. If you’re curious about kinks or have questions about your own sexuality, we’ll look at way you can introduce these practices into your sex and negotiate kinks with your partner in a safe and healthy way.

Why do people have kinks?

Kinks are a very personal thing. What one person finds kinky may be gross or cringe to another. There’s really no one answer to this question. Past experiences, personal fantasies, and the urge to explore sexual desires can all contribute to what turns us on. And, as long as you and whoever you are exploring these ideas with is comfortable with that, that’s OK.

However, there are a few things that people generally consider to be kinky, which we’ll look at in just a moment.

How do you explore your kinks?

You can explore your kinks alone or with a partner, depending on your fetish of choice. But this isn’t a green light breaking any laws or making others feel uncomfortable. Expressing your sexual kinks in a safe and healthy way is essential, especially as there are plenty of options to explore risqué sexual practices with a consenting partner.

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What are the different types of kinks and fetishes?

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Here’s our top-10 list of kinks and fetishes everyone should try at least once.

  1. BDSM

If you really want to become a sexual kinkster, you’re going to have to take some risks. BDSM offers you the perfect scenario to explore the darker side of your sexuality.
BDSM refers to a collective set of practices relating to bondage, discipline, sadism, masochism, domination and submission. It’s often defined by things like  whips, handcuffs, rope torture, spanking, edge and role-play, but can include a variety of practices which fall under the BDSM bracket. Some of these may form kinks and fetishes by themselves. Basically anything which revolves around consensual power play dynamics can be considered to stem from BDSM. 

  1. Hosiery Fetish

Fetishes for nylon stockings, hosiery, feet, boots, and shoes are surprisingly common among men, with 1 in 7 adults having experienced this fetish at one time or another. So if you have this fetish, or find yourself turned on by women in sexy lingerie, you’re not alone!
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3. Exhibitionism

There’s something deliciously tantalizing about being the center of attention. This can manifest itself as a sexual kink, where you like to be watched performing sexual acts. Just make you don’t encroach on the boundaries of civilized society, where this sort of thing is generally frowned upon.

4. Voyeurism

Just as some people like to be watched, others like to be the one who’s watching. Voyeurism can be subtle, like a furtive glance at a sexy pair of legs, right through to the extremes of watching others have sex in the same room. Just don’t peek through the neighbors blinds while they’re busy getting fresh on the couch!

5. Age Play

If you get turned on while being humiliated and wearing diapers or like your partner to call you daddy during sex, you may very well have an age play kink. This can also extend to other role-play activities, in which one of the participants dominates another via an age related perk. Age play is really just another form of domination/submission role-play between consenting adults.

6. Furries

As the metaverse continues to accelerate into view at an ever-increasing pace, so do the kinks and fetishes associated with a virtual landscape in which you can literally be anything you want to be. And yes, you guessed it, furry avatars having sex are wildly popular. This kink can also extend to real-life, where people dressed as animal characters get together and do naughty things to each other, but is generally viewed as on online activity in its more overt sexual form.

7. Gender play

Dressing up in your partner’s clothes or taking the role of your partner during sex is known as gender play. This can be combined with age play and role play, but the kink here is in swapping your gender on-the-fly for a spontaneous thrill. Some couples may even extend gender play throughout their day, making it a constant element of their social interactions and sexual play together.

8. Urophilia

Golden showers, water sports and piss play may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it  definitely counts as a kink. If you want to explore this kink for yourself, take the time to prepare beforehand, as things can get very wet and slippery. Squirting is another variant of urophilia, which can be a real turn on for men.

9. Cuckolding

Some guys see it as a real turn on to watch their wife or girlfriend get fucked by another man. Cuckolding is a form of power play, in which the man takes the submissive role. If you’re not ready to go quite that far in real life yet, you can watch cuckold videos as part of your one-month trial on FeelXVideos.

10. Auralism

Getting turned on by moans, whispers, and sexual sounds is known as auralism. A person with this fetish may get aroused by listening to erotic movies, without having to watch the content. Erotic ASMR, and scenarios of sexual fantasies, such as those you can listen to with the Svakom Alex Neo interactive sex toy, are just some of the ways you can explore your auralism fetish.

How do you negotiate kinks with a partner?

Having kinks or fetishes doesn’t make you a sexual deviant, but as with any fringe sexual practice, it’s important to make sure that anyone you share your kinks with is fully onboard with what’s going on.

Start by having the conversation with your partner. Let them know that you’d really like to try something out, and ask if they’d be happy to explore this with you.

If you don’t want to take the direct route, you can always drop subtle hints to your partner. Like leaving a pair of handcuffs casually draped over the bedpost, or accidentally on purpose taking a detour via a sex store, and seeing how they react.

Remember that consent is everything in kink play. Don’t try to surprise your partner by getting them into a situation without their consent that they may be less than comfortable with.

RACK, an acronym for “risk-accepted consensual kink”, is a terminology that is used to convey the idea that certain practices are generally permissive as long as the participants are aware of those risks. This comes down to your own preference, and those of others you are with. You may choose not to take any risks, and to take a SSC approach, which limits your activities to those that are safe, sane, and consensual.

Whatever you decide, make sure that aftercare is a part of the process. This can be as simple as talking about your experiences with those who took part. What went well, what didn’t, and how could you do it better next time?

How to deal with kink shaming

There are a lot of misconceptions about kinks. People often think that kinks are dirty, or that people who enjoy them are somehow damaged or broken. This isn’t the case at all!

Kinks are simply a way to add excitement and spice to your sex life. They can be anything from spanking to bondage to role-playing. As long as both partners are comfortable with them, and they’re consensual, there’s no reason why they can’t be a healthy and fun part of your sex life.

Explore your erotic fantasies

Exploring your kinks and fetishes can scratch the itch that vanilla sex fails to reach.

They offer the ideal way to explore your wild side and indulge your erotic fantasies.

And remember, if any of the kinks on this list don’t do anything for you, you can simply skip them and focus on the ones that get your heart racing instead.