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In 2017, the Amphibian Man, the monster from The Shape of Water, became popular. The Amphibian Man is regarded as one of the more gentle monsters. The reaction to the creature has led to attempts by some dildo manufacturers to recreate his genitalia.
And I rather glossed over that particular graph. Not exactly creature comfort, is it? But if Steven Pinker is right, even deaths by war, despite everything, have gone down, at least as a percentage of total population, especially since the end of WW2, the last big one. Which could all change of course, but fingers crossed and hope not to die.
Being polite and having good manners will get you a long way in life. The same goes for kink. All manner of sexual outlaw creature might be great erotic fantasy, but even the most full-throttle players need to abide by standards of basic human decency.
I admit the erotic rebel and maverick in me balks at the notion that someone gets to judge if I am of kink "good breeding" or that I should be beholden to someone of "authority." At the same time, I pride myself on being a nice, polite person and I have no desire to make anyone else feel uncomfortable or unsafe.I've also seen our scene explode into such a disparate collection of kinks, practices and identities that even someone as connected as myself has a difficult time keeping up with all the proprieties. Rubber fetishists, pups, Masters and slaves, sex pigs, and others have their own unique and evolving set of behaviors that are considered good etiquette.So, here's my own solution to ensuring I attempt to approach and interact with others properly. I try to foster my own sense of empathy.To reference Merriam-Webster again (I love dictionaries) empathy is "the action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of another of either the past or present without having the feelings, thoughts, and experience fully communicated in an objectively explicit manner."I consider empathy to be the most important characteristic and skill required of everyone in all kink communities. If one doesn't have empathy, I think their explorations in kink will forever be plagued by stepping into uncomfortable situations.Empathy can be taught. It's not an entirely inborn thing. If you feel your empathy levels aren't suitable for social consumption, seek out ways to improve.So, rather than me cite a list of dos and don'ts regarding kink etiquette, I'm going to encourage every kinkster to tap into their sense of empathy. If you need help with that, empathy can be learned and encouraged in social circles. That's really the ultimate solution to abiding by basic kink etiquette.Race Bannon is a local author, blogger and activist. www.bannon.com For Leather Events and previous columns, click to -kink
Thanks to paranormal romance, romantic horror, erotic horror, urban fantasy, fantasy romance, and sword and sorcery, but mostly paranormal romance, we are sexualizing monsters and fantasy creatures.
If the sexualizing of fantasy and horror creatures were confined to vampires. Yet, any creature from zombies to ghouls to cryptids are fair game lately. I noticed Bigfoot erotica is huge on Amazon.
Xeno refers to characters or pairings in which someone is decidedly non-human, be they alien or supernatural creature. Most often used in pairings when it is an interspecies mating between a human and sentient being of other origin.
Xenokink has some overlap with other genres and kinks such as alien kink, tentaclefic, bestiality, telepathy, transformation, werewolves, wingfic, furries, angels, mpreg, robots, body modification, man/car and so on. It can be used as an umbrella term for all of those kinks, or to specify a certain way of writing those kinks. Xenokink is often particularly used to refer to sex stories with partners who are extremely non-humanoid, both in body and in psychology; xenokink can even involve partners who are not embodied at all, or whose sentience, if it exists, is beyond human understanding. The writing in a xenokink story will usually emphasize the non-human aspects, and present those aspects as attractive, desirable, and/or arousing to humans. There may be some ambivalence present, but a story that does not celebrate the difference in some way is probably not going to appeal to most xenokink fans.
These sexual personas, or sex creatures as I sometimes call them, are distinct and independent from our outer social personas. Examples of these more primitive sexual archetypes can be dominant/submissive, predator/prey, beast/beauty, bad boy/good girl, teacher/student, mommy-daddy/son-daughter, older man-woman/younger man-woman to name just a few. There are as well, all the variations on cross dressing, transsexual, bisexual or gay sexuality. All and any of these expressions of Eros can be valid and authentic. They are far more typical within the sexual landscape than many want to believe. But for those so inclined, it is just their personal sexual baseline. It is their normal! Finding safe ways to express these sexual energies consciously and consensually can be powerful, healing and ecstatically fulfilling. A hallmark of practicing conscious engagement of your sexuality is that there be nothing involved that would be ultimately harmful or non-consensual in your engagement with partners. Being consciously sexual would support whatever is true in the realm of fantasy without judgment, and explore safe, consensual, and/or ritual ways to express any desire, no matter how taboo, with a consenting partner or through private personal rituals.
In general, Lehmiller's research found that "impossible" sexual fantasies were outright common(Opens in a new tab): Over half of participants admitted to fantasizing about sex with a fictional character; one-third fantasized about mythical creatures(Opens in a new tab) like vampires, werewolves, and demons; one-quarter about cartoon and anime characters; and one-sixth about doing it with an alien. That's equally in line with the other top-selling costumes at Yandy, with vampires, superheroes, and nostalgic movie-themed outfits consistently dominating. In 2020, space and sci-fi (aka alien) related costumes also saw a spike, as well as a trend toward the "sexy spooky," with a darker, edgier vibe than previous years.
The appeal of fantastical sexual scenarios, Lehmiller found, was particularly strong among folks with marginalized sexualities and genders. Desire for creature sex was more prominent among women who identified as anything other than heterosexual, as well as over half (56 percent) of non-binary participants.
The reason behind that might be related to the rampant horniness for the Shape of Water fish monster back in 2017. Experts in psychology and media history told us that identification with and sexual desire for monstrous creatures can be uniquely appealing for folks who've felt similarly othered, ostracized, stigmatized, and rejected by mainstream society.
"Being different attracts you to others who are seen as different, so there is comfort in being connected with another person that understands... The mystery, build up, anticipation, and not knowing what to expect with a creature brings much sexual allure."
I stated before that he likes bestiality, but I only see him going through with it when it comes to sea creatures. It can be both a half human creature, like mermaids, or just an octopus. He feels really related to this creatures, since he is also a sea creature, he feels like they are somewhat an equal.
This guy is the best pussy eater in the entire world. He has a split tongue and is not afraid to use it and get messy with it. Sea creature, as I stated before so he thrives with wet environment. I will not be taking criticism on this one. He is the best at giving head in general, but he loves to make vaginas squirt, again the wetter the better.
This I think its self-explanatory, he is an otaku and he is into a lot of different kinks and loves cosplaying. This was bound to happen, he likes when his partners wear the masks, to ump the role-play experience.
Not only is this demon into humans and sea creatures, but he also likes aliens and other fantastical creatures. Its the appeal of the unknown (and possible tentacles) that he craves. I head canon Levi and the other demons to have different anatomy than humans, so I feel like he is extremely attracted to that difference.
Talking about teratophilia, or monster fetish, is tricky territory. There are two ways to define teratophilia that are two distinct kinks. It gets complicated when the two converge into one, as they do for many. 2b1af7f3a8