Automysophilia is a paraphilia where an individual experiences sexual arousal from being dirty or defiled. This kink is also known as mysophilia or dirt fetishism. It is important to note that this kink involves consensual and safe play between adults.
What Causes Automysophilia?
The exact cause of automysophilia is not known, but it is believed to be associated with childhood experiences or early sexual experiences. It may also be linked to a desire for control or submission in sexual play.
Types of Automysophilia
There are different types of automysophilia, each with its own unique characteristics. These include:
- Wet and Messy (WAM) fetishism: This involves sexual arousal from being covered in wet or messy substances such as mud, food, or paint.
- Scatophilia: This involves sexual arousal from feces or the act of defecation.
- Urolagnia: This involves sexual arousal from urine or the act of urination.
- Salirophilia: This involves sexual arousal from dirty talk or being insulted during sexual play.
Safe Play with Automysophilia
As with any kink, it is important to engage in safe play when exploring automysophilia. This includes:
- Consensual play with a partner who is also interested in the kink.
- Setting boundaries and discussing limits before engaging in any activity.
- Using safe words to communicate discomfort or the need to stop.
- Ensuring proper hygiene and cleanliness to prevent infections or health risks.
- Using protective gear such as gloves or masks when engaging in certain types of play such as scatophilia.
Automysophilia is a kink that involves sexual arousal from being dirty or defiled. It is important to engage in safe and consensual play when exploring this kink. By setting boundaries and communicating openly with your partner, you can enjoy automysophilia in a safe and enjoyable way.