Chremastistophilia: The Thrill of Being Robbed or Held Up
Chremastistophilia, also known as “money arousal,” is a sexual fetish where individuals become sexually aroused by the thought of being robbed or held up. While it may seem strange to some, this fetish is more common than you might think.
What Causes Chremastistophilia?
The exact cause of chremastistophilia is not fully understood. However, some experts believe that it may be related to a desire for power exchange or a need for excitement and danger in sexual experiences. For some individuals, the fear of being robbed or held up can be a turn-on, and the adrenaline rush associated with such situations can be sexually stimulating.
Types of Chremastistophilia
There are different types of chremastistophilia, including:
- Robbery fantasy: Individuals with this fetish may fantasize about being robbed or held up by a stranger or someone they know.
- Role-playing: Some individuals may enjoy role-playing scenarios where they are the victim of a robbery or hold-up.
- Financial domination: This involves a power exchange where one person gives control of their finances to another person, who may then demand money or make financial demands as a form of domination.
Is Chremastistophilia Safe?
Like any fetish, chremastistophilia can be safe as long as it is practiced consensually and with proper precautions. It is important to establish boundaries and communicate with your partner before engaging in any sexual activity related to this fetish. It is also important to ensure that any role-playing scenarios are safe and do not put anyone in danger.
If you are concerned about your fetish or find that it is interfering with your daily life, it may be helpful to seek the help of a therapist or counselor who specializes in sexual issues. They can help you explore your feelings, understand the underlying causes of your fetish, and develop healthy coping strategies.
Chremastistophilia may seem unusual to some, but it is a relatively common fetish. As with any fetish, it is important to practice it safely and consensually. If you find that your fetish is causing distress or interfering with your daily life, seeking the help of a therapist or counselor can be beneficial.