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Underwear fetishism is a sexual fetishism relating to undergarments, and refers to the sexual excitement which some people experience from observing or handling certain types of underwear.
Some perverts experience sexual excitement from wearing certain types of underwear. Other people experience sexual excitement when observing or handling certain types of underwear worn by others, or watching somebody putting underwear on, or taking it off. As well as this, other perverts experience sexual excitement from printed or electronic material that depicts underwear.
Panty fetishism is a paraphilia in which one eroticizes panties (or similar styles of underwear). Some individuals have a paraphilia for a specific type of panty. A common fetishism is for panties that show the exposed buttocks (i.e. thongs and g-strings). However, some individuals have the opposite preference, and are attracted to panties that cover the buttocks.
Pantyhose fetishism is a very common fetish involving women’s pantyhose (known as “tights” in the UK). Many pantyhose enthusiasts are also stocking fetishists, the unique silky sheer aspect and allure of both items being the common denominator. Many current day males’ fetishistic preferences for pantyhose over stockings may be related to the fact that pantyhose are, unlike stockings, in virtual direct contact with female genitalia and/or are the preferred hosiery for most women when skirts and dresses are worn.
In very basic simple terms pantyhose fetishism most commonly manifests itself in one or more of the following ways: Wearing of pantyhose by either or both partners during sexual activity. Males wearing pantyhose while alone and sexually aroused. Interacting with pantyhose in any other way or form during sexual activity. Simply observing/admiring and experiencing heightened arousal/interest of females who are wearing pantyhose. Viewing and collection of photography, video or pornography of both professional and amateur models wearing pantyhose.
Young pantyhose fetishists in their formative years sometimes prefer it if the pantyhose they don has already been worn by a specific ‘role model’, be it a family member such as their mother, an aunt or grandmother; or others such as a neighbour, family friend or teacher.
Sub-categories of pantyhose fetishism include: 1. A focus on certain areas of the body while wearing pantyhose, e.g. feet a variation of the very common foot fetishism. 2. Wearing pantyhose with other specific garments, e.g. shoes, boots, or skirts, uniforms that usually include pantyhose (girl at work, secretary, flight stewardess, policewoman, Hooters waitress, girl next door etc.,). 3. Certain styles e.g. sheer-to-waist, opaque, patterned or specific deniers; certain brands or shades. 4. Simply admiring women who wear pantyhose (a mild form of voyeurism). 5. Finding the wearing of pantyhose to be a primarily sensual comforting experience, rather than sexual.
The pantyhose covered foot can be extremely arousing to men who find who are turned on by feet. They may also enjoy their love muscle being rubbed and massaged by nylon clad feet. Many perverts are also aroused by sniffing the soles of feet that have become sweaty and smelly after being encased in pantyhose.
Men who are discovered wearing women’s pantyhose for fetishistic reasons may be labelled as transvestites by their partners, families, workmates and society. The act of purchasing pantyhose, especially the item is being sold by a female shop assistant, can also generate a degree of arousal.
Typically, a man who shares his pantyhose fetish with his partner wants to believe that the fetish generates as much arousal for her as it does for him. He may like his partner to encourage him in his fetish to the extent of her buying him pantyhose to wear and encouraging him to wear them. Sexual activity with his partner will likely be heightened if both parties are wearing pantyhose. Any feeling that his fetish is amusing to his partner or that she is only grudgingly accepting of it is likely to cause the wearer to stop and return to wearing his pantyhose in private.
Stocking fetishism may include other feminine clothing that contributes to enhance the fantasy. Some men find it arousing to collect and wear stockings, panties and suspender belts. In some cases, this is done for the purpose of momentary sexual stimulation. Others wear such a complete combination under a pair of trousers or beneath a business suit on a regular daily basis. Men who regularly wear lingerie and other feminine items, usually refer to sensual, rather than sexual stimulus, with an overall feeling of relaxation and well-being. Some find fishnet stockings more arousing compared to other forms of stockings, for example. Other preferences include fully fashioned (seamed) stockings, seamless stockings, designer stockings, luxury stockings, reinforced heel and toe stockings (RHT), stay-ups, etc.
Some perverts experience sexual excitement from the look or feel of bras. The attraction may be to the look or feel of the material, such as lace, or how it looks on a person. Some people get excitement from removing a bra. Other perverts experience sexual excitement from the look or feel of articles made of silk or satin fabric. Such interest is usually directed towards the person wearing silk or satin, but it can also be directed towards the garment itself, or to the feel of the garment when worn. The attraction can be to the physical properties of the garment, such as softness, smoothness, drape and shine, and to its association with elegance, glamour, romance and opulence.
Posted: December 18, 2012 Filed under: aesthetics, body art | Tags: arse, art, art project, ass, backside, booty, bottom, bum, butt, buttocks, chus martinez, tail
The buttocks (singular: buttock) are two rounded portions of the anatomy, located on the posterior of the pelvic region of apes and humans, and many other bipeds or quadrupeds, and comprise a layer of fat superimposed on the gluteus maximus and gluteus medius muscles. Physiologically, the buttocks enable weight to be taken off the feet while sitting. In many cultures they play a role in sexual attraction. Many cultures have also used them as a safe target for corporal punishment. There are several connotations of buttocks in art, fashion, culture and humour, and the English language is replete with many popular synonyms.
The buttocks are formed by the masses of the gluteal muscles or ‘glutes’ (the gluteus maximus muscle and the gluteus medius muscle) superimposed by a layer of fat. The superior aspect of the buttock ends at the iliac crest, and the lower aspect is outlined by the horizontal gluteal crease. The gluteus maximus has two insertion points: 1/3 superior portion of the linea aspera of the femur, and the superior portion of the iliotibial tractus. The masses of the gluteus maximus muscle are separated by an intermediate intergluteal cleft or “crack” in which the anus is situated.
The buttocks allow primates to sit upright without needing to rest their weight on their feet as four-legged animals do. Females of certain species of baboon have red buttocks that blush to attract males. In the case of humans, females tend to have proportionally wider and thicker buttocks due to higher subcutaneous fat and proportionally wider hips.
Some baboons and all gibbons, though otherwise fur-covered, have characteristic naked callosities on their buttocks. While human children generally have smooth buttocks, mature males and females have varying degrees of hair growth, as on other parts of their body. Females may have hair growth in the gluteal cleft (including around the anus), sometimes extending laterally onto the lower aspect of the cheeks. Males may have hair growth over some or all of the buttocks.
The English word of Greek origin “callipygian” indicates someone who has beautiful buttocks. However, the qualities that make buttocks beautiful or well-formed are not fixed, as sexual aesthetics of the buttocks vary considerably from culture to culture, from one period of fashion to another and even from person to person.
Depending on the context, exposure of the buttocks in non-intimate situations can cause feelings of embarrassment or humiliation, and embarrassment or amusement in an onlooker. Expressions such as being caught with one’s pants/ trousers down or more explicitly in Dutch, “met de billen bloot” (“with bared buttocks”), use the image as a metaphor for non-physical embarrassment as well.
Willfully exposing one’s own bare buttocks as a protest, a provocation, or just for fun is called mooning.
In many punitive traditions, the buttocks are a common target for corporal punishment, which can be meted out with no risk of long-term physical harm compared with the dangers of applying it to other parts of the body, such as the hands, which could easily be damaged The buttocks have often been described as “the place provided by nature” for this purpose.
In Western and some other cultures, many comedians, writers and others rely on the buttocks as a source of amusement, camaraderie and fun, despite (or in some cases for the sake of) the risk of being in dubious taste, if not censored.
n the majority of modern cultures, the buttocks are rarely shown naked and are generally considered unsuitable for ornamental body markings and body modification. However, they may be preferential for discreet markings, such as secretive membership proof or to be shown in intimate company (e.g. amongst lovers).
In American English, phrases use the buttocks or synonyms (especially “butt” and “ass”) as a synecdoche or pars pro toto for a whole person, often with a negative connotation. For example, terminating an employee may be described as “firing his ass”. One might say “move your ass” or “haul ass” as an exhortation to greater haste or urgency. Expressed as a function of punishment, defeat or assault becomes “kicking one’s ass”. Such phrases also may suggest a person’s characteristics, e.g. difficult people are termed “hard asses”. In America an annoying person or any source of frustration may be termed “a pain in the ass” (a synonym for “a pain in the neck”), while an incompetent or ignorant person is sometimes called a “dumbass”, and an annoying person a “jackass”. People deemed excessively puritanical or proper may be termed “tight asses” (in Australia and New Zealand, “tight arse” refers to someone who is excessively miserly).
Because many cultures have a nudity taboo, which usually applies specifically to the buttocks (as usually to the most erogenous zones), mainstream garments generally cover the buttocks completely, even when it is not a practical requirement. Nevertheless male and female clothing is often designed in a way that reveals the shape of the buttocks under the clothing.
Some articles of clothing are designed to expose the buttocks. Such clothing is not generally worn in public situations; however, it is sometimes considered appropriate to wear such clothing at swimming facilities or at the beach.
More recently, the cleavage of the buttocks is sometimes exposed by some women, deliberately or accidentally, as fashion dictated trousers be worn lower, as with hip-hugger pants.