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Public Sex Fetish Kinks Tips

Public Sex Fetish Kinks Tips

If you’re interested in trying something new, remember that kinky sex is about enthusiastic, continuous consent. This applies to whatever sexual fetish or kink you may have.

For example, many people with voyeurism fetishes enjoy imagining themselves being watched while having sex in public (exhibitionism). Others actually like being sprung mid-coitus.

1. Know Your Limits

If your partner has a kink or fantasy that is outside the norm, it’s important to know their limits. You might find that their kink turns you on, too, but you need to respect their boundaries and comfort levels. For example, if they want to explore threesomes, group sex, or other public displays of affection in front of a crowd (also known as exhibitionism), make sure you communicate that you don’t want to participate in these activities and that you can use a safe word if needed.

If you’re both interested in exploring the kink, try to have a conversation about it in a neutral setting. Talking during a walk or while driving is an easy way to avoid direct eye contact. Use a nonjudgmental tone and ask questions to show you’re open to their interests.

Remember, having a fetish is not a bad thing. Rather, it is an expression of your own sexuality. For some, kinks help them deal with trauma. For example, someone who was sexually assaulted might find solace in simulating the experience with a partner. This can help them feel powerful and in control because they’ve consensually negotiated and agreed to the situation beforehand, and they can always use a safe word to stop the scene at any time. For others, kinks and fantasies can be fun and exciting, like a love of feet, silky underwear, or food play.

2. Be Consensual

Voyeurism, the act of being turned on by watching others, is a common kink. It’s often done consensually at a fetish party or even at home, but public voyeurism is illegal pretty much everywhere. So, if you’re thinking of trying this out with your partner, make sure to do it in a place where both parties can see what’s happening.

Another popular kink is role playing, which involves people dressing up in character outside of their daily lives to engage in sexual activities. Whether it’s as simple as dressing like a nurse or building a complete scene, this type of kink can be extremely arousing and allows partners to explore their relationship in new ways.

Another kink that can be quite arousing is “fetish objects,” which involves the imparting of sexual energy onto an object that is typically not considered to be sexy. These objects can range from toys to animals to a person’s own body. Examples of this kink include water sports, pee play or golden showers (a fancy name for pee massages), and urophilia, which is the enjoyment of urine in a sexual context. While this is a more nuanced kink than some, it can still be quite enjoyable for those who enjoy it. But, it’s important to discuss these things with your partner before experimenting, as some partners may not find this arousing at all.

3. Don’t Get Caught

When it comes to public sex fetish kinks, the last thing you want is to get caught. Whether it’s by the cops or your partner(s), getting caught can be extremely humiliating, which could put a major damper on your kink exploration. To avoid this, always talk openly about your kinks with your partners in private places and on your own terms, like over dinner or on a long walk.

Some people find a sexual arousal from being in tight, enclosed spaces, a kink called claustrophilia. This can be as simple as having sex in a wardrobe or airplane restroom, but it can also involve using tools like cages and confinement beds. Some may even enjoy fear-based claustrophilia, with the horniness of being scared leading to sexual arousal.

Voyeurism is another common kink, with many people enjoying the sensation of being watched. However, it’s important to note that voyeurism is typically done consensually and in a safe setting, such as at a sex party. Exhibitionism is the flip side of this, with some people finding arousal in having their sex shown off to others.

And then there’s urophilia, more commonly known as “golden showers,” which is when you or your partner play with urine. It’s important to discuss this kink openly with your partner(s) to ensure their comfort and safety.

4. Keep Yourself Safe

Fetishes and kinks are sexual fantasies and preferences that can be explored in a safe, consensual way. They’re often a big part of people’s intimate relationships and can involve anything from masturbation or sex toys to foot play, urology, or even pee play. “Fetishes tend to be less stigmatized than sex, but they can still be uncomfortable for some,” says Brame.

Some of the most popular fetishes include age play (ephebophilia, or attraction to older adults; hebephilia, or attraction to pubescents; and pedophilia, or attraction to prepubescents); kinky food (such as licking or sucking on body parts or objects); and fetish objects (inanimate objects that are imbued with a sexual energy). Voyeurism, which is getting turned on by watching other people (think peeping Tom at a window) in a kink context, can be fun when done consensually, such as at a sex party.

Furry kinks, which are about being turned on by non-human animals or fictional characters, can also be fun. But it’s important to note that having sex with real animals is taboo and illegal in most cases, as well as potentially harmful for both the animal and you. Keeping this in mind, Singer suggests experimenting with faux-fur play at home or at Cosplay and Furry conventions. It’s a great way to explore your kinks in a safe and controlled environment, with an experienced partner.