Chus Martinez On Salirophilia

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Salirophilia is a sexual fetish or paraphilia in which erotic pleasure is gained from soiling or disheveling the object of one’s desire, usually an attractive man or woman. It may involve tearing or damaging their clothing, covering them in mud or filth, or messing up their hair or makeup. The fetish does not involve harming or injuring the subject,  it simply consists of ruining their appearance.

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Salirophilia is related to wet and messy fetishism, bukkake, omorashi, mysophilia, urolagnia and coprophilia, but extends to other areas such a forcing the partner to wear torn or poorly fitting clothing and other actions that make them appear unattractive.

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The fetish sometimes manifests itself in the defacing of statues or pictures of attractive people, especially celebrities or fictional characters. It is common to refer to the practice involving ejaculating on a photo as “facepainting”. The fetishist finds this sexually exciting, rather than mere vandalism. They sometimes form collections of defaced art for future enjoyment. A video of the fetishist ejaculating on a picture of someone or a photo depicting the result is known colloquially as a “tribute”.

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The term comes from the French for soiling, salir. In cases where the fetish is obsessive it is called saliromania. It is frequently confused with salophilia, an attraction to salt or salty things (especially body sweat) that derives from the Latin for salt, sal.

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Mysophilia refers explicitly to soiled or dirty material or people. Mysophiliacs may find dirt, soiled underwear, faeces, or vomit to be sexually arousing.

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It is possible (although not necessary) for people with mysophilia to be aroused by unclean locations, such as alleyways, dirty rooms, filthy toilets; wearing the same clothing for many days at a time; or not bathing, sometimes for a few days, or possibly even weeks.

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Chus Martinez On Coitus Reservatus

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Coitus reservatus – also known as sexual continence – is commonly thought of as a form of sexual intercourse in which the penetrative partner does not attempt to ejaculate within the receptive partner, but instead attempts to remain at the plateau phase of intercourse for as long as possible avoiding the seminal emission. Another term used for this kind of shagging is the word karezza.

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The word karezza is sometimes said to be derived from the Italian word “carezza” meaning “caress”. However, Alan W. Watts believed, in error, that it was a Persian word. The concept of karezza is loosely akin to maithuna in Hindu tantra and sahaja in yoga. Control of ejaculation is also a key aspect of Taoist sexual practices (known as “cai Yin pu Yang” and “cai Yang pu Yin”).

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Karezza signifies to express affection in both words and action, and while it fittingly denotes the union that is the outcome of deepest human affection, it is used technically to designate a controlled sexual union. In practice it is more than just self-control, it is mutual control where the penetrative partner helps the receptive partner and vice versa. The technique also prolongs sexual pleasure to the point of achieving mystical ecstasy. In this practice, orgasm is separated from ejaculation, making possible enjoyment of the pleasure of sexual intercourse without experiencing seminal ejaculation, while still enjoying orgasm.

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Some groovers also apply the principles of karezza to masturbation, whereby a person attempts to delay orgasm as long as possible to prolong pleasure in a process known as “orgasmic brinkmanship”, “surfing”, or “edging” but this is different from the heterosexual practice of “karezza”. One purpose of karezza is the maintenance, and indeed, intensification of desire and enjoyment of sexual pleasure within the context of relationships. In this practice a woman can and does enjoy a prolonged orgasm while a man demonstrates self-control; similarly, in the context of two male sexual partners, the receptive partner can enjoy the stimulation of his prostate for a longer period of time than he would otherwise.

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