Nasolingus is a lesser-known kink that involves sexual arousal from sucking or licking someone’s nose. While it may sound strange to some, for those who enjoy it, it can be a highly erotic and intimate experience.
The Science Behind Nasolingus
While there is little scientific research on nasolingus specifically, it is believed to be related to the human brain’s proximity of the olfactory bulb (responsible for the sense of smell) and the limbic system (responsible for emotions and behavior). The nose is also an erogenous zone, with many nerve endings that can be stimulated to create pleasurable sensations.
Exploring Nasolingus Safely
Like with any kink or fetish, communication and consent are key when it comes to exploring nasolingus with a partner. It’s important to establish boundaries and discuss what is and isn’t comfortable for both parties. It’s also important to practice safe sex, as the nose is a delicate area that can be easily injured.
Using a dental dam or flavored condom can be a good way to protect both partners during nasolingus. It’s also important to avoid using too much pressure or suction when licking or sucking the nose, as this can cause discomfort or even injury.
Nasolingus in Popular Culture
While nasolingus may not be as well-known as other kinks and fetishes, it has made appearances in popular culture. In the movie “Secretary,” the main character Lee (played by Maggie Gyllenhaal) is shown sucking her boss’s nose in a scene that is both playful and erotic.
Nasolingus has also been referenced in various online forums and communities dedicated to kink and fetish culture.
Nasolingus may not be for everyone, but for those who enjoy it, it can be a highly intimate and erotic experience. As with any kink or fetish, communication, consent, and safety are essential when exploring nasolingus with a partner.