The term chronophilia (chrono (time) + philia (love)) was coined by psychologist and sexologist John Money to describe a form of paraphilia in which an individual experiences sexual attraction limited to individuals of particular age ranges. The term has not been widely adopted by sexologists, who instead use terms that refer to the specific age range in question. An arguable historical precursor was Richard von Krafft-Ebing's concept of "age fetishism".
Many people with fetishes must have the object of their attraction at hand or be fantasizing about it, alone or with a partner, in order to become sexually aroused, get an erection, and have an orgasm.
Maxim loves his women big and mature, and horny grandma Goca has all the qualities to make the young man horny. Now it is Maxim's turn to satisfy the lady, and he has to do his best because Goca's expectations are really high.
I'm pulling my slutwife hard by her big nipples! I've got you on a tight leash now, my sweet bitch! All women are whores! And married women are even more so! Creampie, blowjob, dogging ckoseup! You won't get bored with my mature girl!
So far, only very few studies have assessed hypersexual or paraphilic behaviors in individuals with ASD, and most of them are case reports reporting about ASD individuals showing excessive masturbation,46-50 exhibitionistic behaviors,51 pedophilic fantasies or behaviors,52,53 fetishistic fantasies or behaviors,54,55 sadomasochism,50 or other forms of paraphilias.56 However, to our knowledge, all previous studies on hypersexual and paraphilic behaviors have been conducted in males and in most cases with cognitively impaired ASD individuals.
So far, there are almost no existent systematic studies about paraphilias in the ASD population64,70; most of the information comes from case studies. Moreover, almost all case studies addressed paraphilic behaviors in male ASD individuals with some kind of cognitive impairment; thus, comparison with findings from the present study is clearly limited. In the study of Fernandes and colleagues (to our knowledge the only previous study that addressed paraphilias in high-functioning ASD men), the paraphilias found most frequently were voyeurism and fetishism.70 Voyeuristic fantasies and behaviors were also among the most frequently found paraphilias for ASD men and women in the present study. Furthermore, frequently reported paraphilias were masochistic and sadistic fantasies and behaviors. Again, this could be an expression of the pronounced hyposensitivity in the ASD population, indicating that such individuals need above-average stimulation to become sexually aroused. Furthermore, Fernandes et al found that the occurrence of a paraphilia was associated with more ASD symptoms, lower levels of intellectual ability, and lower levels of adaptive functioning, pointing out that lower cognitive abilities seem to be an important factor in the etiology of paraphilic fantasies and behaviors in ASD.70 It can be hypothesized that awareness of social norms and behavioral self-control is even lower in ASD individuals with cognitive impairments, explaining the higher rate of paraphilic behaviors. Although many ASD individuals in the present study had paraphilic fantasies, considerably fewer individuals actually showed overt paraphilic behaviors, supporting the suggestion that high-functioning ASD individuals could have higher self-control abilities than ASD patients with cognitive impairments. Information on paraphilias in the general population is also scarce, with most of the studies involving men, mainly recruited in clinical or forensic settings.71 In the general population, the prevalence rate of any paraphilia is assumed to be between 0.4% and 7.7%. 72-75 Also, using the QSEB, Ahlers et al found a rate of 59% for any paraphilic fantasies and a rate of 44% for any paraphilic behavior in their general-population sample of 367 German men, with the most common paraphilic fantasies being voyeuristic (35%), fetishistic (30%), and sadistic (22%) fantasies.61 In the present study, especially for male ASD individuals, the rates of paraphilic fantasies and behaviors were higher than the prevalence estimates found in most of the general-population studies. Again, we found pronounced gender differences in the frequency of paraphilic fantasies and behaviors in our ASD population. A possible explanation for these differences could be that a stronger sex drive in ASD men could mediate the existence of paraphilias via a heightened energy in acting out their sexual interests or that those with a high sex drive more easily habituate to certain activities, thereby leading them to strive for novel activities.71,76,77 Furthermore, hypersexuality could also lead to lower baseline sexual disgust or aversion toward paraphilic fantasies or behaviors clarifying the link between the higher rate of hypersexual, as well as paraphilic, behaviors.77
The psychopathology of the fetishism is disputed. Dysfunction of the temporal lobe and its subcortical connections is currently a subject of extensive investigation. Fetishism almost always occurs in males. We present a case of female foot fetishism in a 3.5-year-old male child with problem of getting excited to see a female leg or stockings and trying to touch them by his mouth and genitalia since he was 3. His reactions included tachypnea, tachycardia, flushing, dilated pupils, and penile erection. He had no history of physical or mental disorders with any signs of child abuse in his examinations in spite of the apparent signs of neglect and low attention given by his parents. He was diagnosed with fetishism related to female leg, foot, and stocking which is a rare condition in early childhood. Risperidone tablet 0.5 mg/day orally was prescribed. The patient was followed-up to his 7th year and his symptoms diminished from the age of 6 and a 1/2. This suggested the efficacy of the treatment; however, the compliance with respect to taking his medicine was not acceptable.
Some neurological evidence may explain the development of a foot fetish. A sensory map in your brain represents each part of your body that experiences sensations. In this map, the feet and the genitals are right beside each other. As a result, due to slight neutral misfirings, the genitals and feet may become neurologically linked. Fascinating evidence for this relationship comes from folks who have experienced a foot amputation. It was found that some folks had a neural rewiring after their amputation, which led their phantom foot to become sexualized. Perhaps due to the lack of a physical representation of their feet, the two areas neurologically merged, making it so some folks could experience pleasure and even orgasms through their missing feet!
For others, a foot fetish may develop through our early childhood experiences. For example, having a significant experience that associates feet with arousal may lead to the development of a fetish. If one of your first sexual experiences involves an older woman who wears sexy heels, or if your crush wiggles their toes in your face during truth or dare, this may lead to you sexualizing feet and developing a fetish.
Social psychologist Dr. Justin Lehmiller conducted a 2018 study that found that 14% of participants reported having a fantasy about feet. Of course, there is a difference between having a fantasy and a fetish towards feet. The actual number of folks with a full-on fetish is likely lower. Some research shows that of all body parts, the foot is the most likely area to become eroticized, with experts expecting that up to 5% of folks have a fetish towards feet.
There is no question that we hear about foot fetishes now more than ever before. My hypothesis is that foot fetishes are becoming slightly more common, and you are hearing about them more because the stigma around them is lessening. It feels like there is a move towards normalizing different types of sexuality, and folks are learning how normal fetishes are.
As a fetish becomes normalized, it may also become more common. For example, if someone is masturbating and exploring porn for the first time, due to the frequency of foot sexualization, they may be more likely to view this type of imagery or find their way into a foot fetish discussion board. As a result, they may be more likely to sexualize feet and develop a fetish through conditioning due to its increased availability.
Dr. Richard Krueger, associate professor of psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center, says some people who practice fetishes or alternative erotic lifestyles may be mentally ill, or have experienced trauma. But he says this is not a predictor.
I entered the small gym with apprehension, imagining a gaggle of super fit, muscle-bound personages just waiting to chuckle at my wheezing efforts. But it was not so, a man in his forties was stretching gently in one corner - he was covered in sweat and I presumed he was warming down. That was it, just him and me. I broke into my own stretching routine, feeling tendons twanging with disgruntlement. I decided on a ten minute warm up on the treadmill and was just getting into my rhythm when I noticed the other man staring into what I had previously thought was space, I followed his gaze and there, in the opposite corner behind a complex 'multi-gym' was a woman. She was lying on her back on a bench, above her were the spread arms of a bench press machine. She was breathing hard with her head hanging back over the bench, her face hidden - her large breasts heaving against the stretched pink fabric of a leotard that looked too small for her flabby stomach and tits that hung over and to the side of her rib cage. I carried on jogging and my eyes were drawn down to the unsuspecting woman's crotch, even through her thigh length skin tight shorts, (which were worn under her lycra leotard), a huge damp patch had leaked through. The size of my hand at least, the stain had darkened the fabric and caused it to cling even more to her folds - a big fat pussy was in there and it was either immensely turned on or she had dribbled piss with the obvious effort that she had exerted. 781b155fdc