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Taboo Kinks: 5 Politically Incorrect Fetishes

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In the last one hundred years or so, and especially in the new millennium, society and culture has come a long way in sexual liberation. Women have reclaimed their right to a sexuality outside of baby making or prostitution, while both of those are also acceptable choices on her terms. Gay people in the west have rights, too, to safety and happiness and now marriage. Polyamory and different kinks are no longer considered adultery or perversion.

While there is always room for improvement, our understanding of sexuality and a willingness to discuss it and embrace diversity is at an all time high. Even doctors, churches, psychologists, and various experts embrace sexuality for women and gay people and a massive campaign for transgender visibility is changing culture as we speak.

But still there are kinds of love that dare not speak their name. These fetishes and kinks may not be considered unnatural or against God, but are politically incorrect or taboo kinks because they are perceived to objectify a group of people or are deemed unhealthy or dangerous.

5 Taboo Kinks and Fetishes

1. Coprophilia: Scat Play

Folks aroused by feces will always face some scorn, even in the most liberal communities of kink. That’s because most of us feel revulsion towards shit, not just whatever-floats-your-boat neutrality. Even kink-loving sex coaches like Dan Savage have scat on their no-go zones.

2. Extreme Feederism: Fat Fetish

Chubby love is common. But some are attracted to extreme fat, such as the 600-pound feederism models who get paid to eat in skimpy clothing.

People feel ashamed of this attraction because there are social taboos that demean fat people, but also because it is disabling and deadly to be so obese: these objects of desire need machinery to make them mobile, and they frequently die young of health complications.

3. Incest Fantasy

From the amount of “family therapy” porn that comes up on my feed, or incest fetish vids about tiny blondes seducing their step-brothers, the family affair has never been hotter.

Still, few people will announce their taboo fetish in polite company, that they want to fuck their mother or admit to dating Uncle Joe.

Many people have felt attraction to a family member but took it in stride. Some have unique and strong arousal towards kin that they find tough to share out loud. Incest is a taboo kink in nearly all cultures, through history, probably a built in evolutionary defense to ward off weak genes.

4. Transgender Admirers

Trans admirers were open to dating and loving transgender women long before the rest of us. While many men date, or are open to dating, all women, trans admirers are especially or only attracted to transgender women.

Unfortunately, some of these guys are ashamed of their desire and only meet trans women for sex, without considering them friends, girlfriends, wives, or lovers. This has led T-girls to feel objectified and to call these men “tranny chasers.”

5. Race Play

Sexual attraction to a specific ethnicity can feel taboo but is quite widespread. Lots of people find a particular culture very attractive. Lots of men look for a partner from Japan or Russia, for example, and lots of women date Black men exclusively or go to Cuba or Mexico to hook up with Latin lovers.

But race play is a form of BDSM that uses domination and submission along with racialized role play to enact racism or sometimes to bend the roles. A black-white couple might role play a plantation slavery scene and use racist slurs. In many scenes, the Black woman will be in command, turning the tables. Kinksters of color often defend their dark desires by likening it to women’s rape fantasies—they want to explore this history and pain in a ritual setting they consent to. But the whole thing makes many of us very uncomfortable.

Do you have a kink that is considered taboo? Dare to share in the comments!

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