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Hair Fetish: What Is Trichophilia All About?

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I’m constantly fascinated by all the things that get people off. In my spare time I do phone sex work, and it’s really opened my mind to the sheer number of fetishes there are out there—as have your kinky confessions!

Today I present to you a desire that cannot be satisfied over the phone. It’s a fetish that relies heavily on the visual and tactile senses. It’s very common, and so is its object of desire. Curious? Read on.

What is Trichophilia?

Trichophilia is a fetish that involves being sexually attracted to hair, be it short, long, coarse, or fine. Some fetishists do have a preference for black hair, brunettes, blondes, or redheads. It can include a head or chest, leg, armpit hair, or pubic hair. Some people have a thing for human hair, while others—like plushophiles—can only get it up for fur.

Pleasurable things to do with hair include brushing, touching, washing, cutting, petting, and smelling. Pretty much anything you have ever done (or will ever do) with that mop atop your head could be considered a source of white-hot pleasure for someone with trichophilia.

How Does Hair Fetish Present?

Hair Fetish presents as many fetishes do, as an overwhelming sexual attraction. You might find yourself fantasizing about hair when you masturbate, or you might long to roll around naked on a bearskin rug.

Maybe you have a thing for fur coats, or wigs. Perhaps—during your last barbeque— you felt an overwhelming urge to run your fingers through your neighbor’s wavy, blonde tresses, or you got an erection at the barber shop, then again on the bus when someone’s big, curly mane brushed up against your shoulder. Or maybe you have a collection of tresses from ex-lovers.

When Does Trichophilia Start?

These types of fetishes typically have their roots in childhood. Some people can even recall a specific incident that got the ball rolling, like a shampoo commercial, or someone in their life who had a specific hair style, or who brushed their hair often in front of them.

At some point, some emotionally salient memory involving hair got implanted in their mind, ready to come out at puberty as sexual desire. This is a simplified answer, as I’m sure there are other reasons that one’s sexual appreciation for hair can come to exist, but childhood experiences seem to be the top of the list.

How Can I Explore My Hair Fetish?

I mentioned some of the ways above, but there are plenty more. You can explore on your own with wigs and fur, but if you’re going to involve a partner, it’s best to find someone who has compatible needs. In other words, find someone who loves having their hair played with.

The best way to find this person is to go on a hairy fetish dating site craft a profile that details all the things you want to do with hair. Be completely honest and straightforward, then wait for the right match to find you. Lots of people get off on things like, having their hair pulled, or braided. They might be into hair quite as much as you are, but you probably won’t have a hard time finding someone who likes what you have to offer.

See Best Fetish Dating Sites For Every Kink for more ideas on where to meet compatible kinksters.

Would you consider yourself a trichophile? Share a little about your hair fetish in the comments.

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