Niche Kink: Humiliating Objectification Fantasies

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One of the more prominent of fantasies or kinks are humiliating objectification fantasies. Despite becoming markedly more popular in recent years, this is still a relatively niche area that most don’t know much about.

Fantasies can be a great thing and can be a sign of a health and imaginative sex life when brought into reality. Typically, these come in the form of physical kinks, such as roleplaying, group fun, and more. However, many people can forget that there are more mind-related sexual fantasies too.

As a result, the love/hate relationships that can be based around them may often be misunderstood. This can also mean that some people may wonder what makes them so appealing in the first place, especially when someone seems to be so negatively affected by the kink.

Though this may appear to be the case, it often isn’t, with there being much more complex – and consensual – aspects at play.

What Are Humiliating Objectification Fantasies?

This is something that many people will guess from the name a loan; it’s a fantasy that a person has where they’re either humiliated and objectified, or they’re sexually humiliating their partner. Much of this can be related to BDSM and other forms of roleplay.

Occasionally, this can be done with multiple people, although it typically takes place between two consenting adults. Despite some noticeable similarities between the two, there can be many more differences

For example, the objectification may be derived from being watched during the act, which may be a reason someone enjoys multiple partners. However, other people may want it to be much more intimate and solely between them and their partner. As such, there can be different layers involved.

The may also be people interested in humiliating objectification fantasies may simply enjoy public sex, or anything that carries the risk of being caught. As a result, there can be varying degrees and different kinks to the fantasy that many people may not be aware of.

Why Do People Find It Appealing?

Quite a large number of people may wonder what the attraction to these humiliating objectification fantasies may be, as well as why someone may try one. While there’s quite a significant number of people who don’t act out these fantasies, there are still some reasons why they may want to do so.

Much of this is related to giving up control to another person, with quite a noticeable amount of people finding this arousing. While this is usually focused on giving up power to a person, there can be other ways that this is seen.

For example, many people may be aroused by the thought of getting caught; in effect, they may be giving up control of their privacy. This could subsequently feed into a naughtiness factor, which may be one of the more appealing parts of the fantasy.

Despite being a large focus of the kink, this is also one of the main reasons that people may not try it; the risk of getting caught may be too great, and they may not want to deal with the consequences. As such, this may often stay a fantasy for the majority of people.

While there are plenty of sexual fantasies that many people will be encouraged to go and try, humiliating objectification fantasies may not be the most recommended. Though it can be deeply enjoyable for people, it can also cause issues in some relationships, with much of this being related to the nature of the fantasy in the first place.

The main reason for this is that you and your partner will need to know each other’s vulnerabilities and be able to affect them. Buttons will typically have to be pressed, which could be quite difficult to do without permanently damaging the relationship.

As a result, it’s a kink that many people should initially try in small doses before slowly taking it up. However, it’s also recommended that you and your partner communicate and know each other’s boundaries before engaging in any fantasy.

While this is obvious for fantasies that can be much more physical, such as choking, it’s still highly encouraged during humiliating objectification fantasies. This should make it a crucial component before you start with the fantasy.

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A busy writer, designer and editor, Diane writes for Adult Press, and well as Brothels.com.au. She also helps run Me and Mrs Jones, an adult toy boutique. She's always happy to do research into adult related stories and adult product reviews. Connect via Instagram @adultpressau

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