Fetish menstruation live
Although many postings are discussions of how best to deal with menstrual cramps, PMS or how to find favored "feminine products ," many of the postings, amounting to several hundred kilobytes, are exchanges between men and women sharing their sexual fascination with many aspects of menstruation. Yes, dmarie, is right. How do you know those are the only ones? They do 'weird' things like this when they're nervous, frustrated, scared, etc. On this view menstruation is, perhaps, taken to be a sign of failure to fulfill natural purpose, - a kind of sociobiological update of Thomism or other medieval Catholic theology - and so is perceived as abnormal, and akin to vomiting. Does she know details about regular menstration?
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In fact, menstruation does not differentiate male from female. Personally I would not let anybody consume anything from my body without them knowing it. We have been so alienated from our body by culture and miseducation that anything that does not fit the prudish anglo -saxon, barely not victorian morals is considered fetish. Cut or conceal the string! But urine and feces fetishes are better represented in pictorial porn than are periods.
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He said this could be what they call a "tension reliever". A 25 year old male engaging in sexual contact with a 15 year old female is not pedophilia. Fetishists can range from those that enjoy seeing bugs stepped on to those who like watching a tiny kitten be murdered with a stiletto heel. There are dangers in paraphilia relationships, however. Bulimics tend to be perfectionists.
A person with multiple focused paraphilias is usually incapable of functioning normally in society. Thus, the menstrual cycle is certainly an essential and God-given biological process. Since the vast majority of males have some acquaintance with this aspect of their female relatives, one needs to know more before the fetish can be accounted for, and on this score one might reasonably wonder why it is not more common. Feminists such as Chella Quint have spoken against the use of shaming in advertising for feminine hygiene products. International Journal of Social Science and Humanity. She would have understood me. In some portions of South Asia, there is a menstrual taboo, with it frequently being considered impure.