Kinks and Fetishes
Explore with us, your kinks and fetishes
An activity or object that you are so interested in that you spend an unreasonable amount of time thinking about it or doing it.Joanna Anagnostou, on What is a Fetish?
Kinks are something that arouses people sexually, which is not considered under the traditional sexual norms.
Fetishes are a sexual act or an object that is almost always necessary for people to arouse sexually and enjoy sexual activities.
At Tickle.Life, we believe that very kink and fetish is valid as long as it does not harm any person in the process. It is okay to have kinks and fetishes which people might find "weird". Our experts, authors and collaborators are well-versed professionals who have written articles to help you along this journey of being completely okay with your sexual desires.
Tickle.Life has managed to accumulate knowledge and understanding of multiple experts in this field who are either evangelist or have been advocating various kinks and have been a support system for the kink and fetish society. In this selection of content, you would not only find do’s and don’ts but also will be able to get an insight into various kinks as we plan to touch various facets like BDSM, etc that as a follower of kink and fetish, one must know and accept its normalcy.
What experts are saying?
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This feature, about Kinks and Fetishes was co-authored by:
- M. Christian
Fiction Erotica Author (amongst other things), with his work collected in many award wining bestselling books.
- SexyEducation.org (Visit them)
An inclusive, Comprehensive, and Pleasure-Based Sex Education Platform
- Joanna Anagnostou
Graduate of a Master of Public Health, working in sexual health promotion and health literacy.
Sexuality coach, to help women discover their true selves through self-love and their sexuality.
- Raksha Saraf
A student of Psychology, specializing in Sexuality and Neuroscience
- And one anonymous author (yes, we respect everyone's privacy)
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