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But for a basic 101 on fetishes and paraphilia, here are some commonly asked questions and answers: What do “fetish” and “paraphilia” mean? A sexual fetish “specifically refers to a strong sexual preoccupation with an object, material, or body part,” according to The Kinsey Institute, who are sexual health experts at Indiana University.
People with this fetish may find themselves lurking near frat houses on Fridays around 3 a.m. Whether or not the diaper fetishist uses the diaper for its intended purpose is a matter of preference. Plus: What to Do if the Sex Sucks Somnophiliacs get their jollies from watching people sleep.
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Other people mean actual fetishes or paraphilias when they refer to kinks.
I use the word “kink” or “kinky” rather casually; I learned from the women at the blog Madame Noire that a lot of Black people tend to use the term “freak” or “freaky” instead of “kink.” The lexicon may be different, but the general meanings are the same.