What is Furtling?
Furtling is a kink or fetish where individuals use their hands or fingers to simulate the appearance of genitals in photographs or postcards.
The History of Furtling
The term “furtling” originated in the UK in the 1970s and was used to describe the act of feeling around in pockets, particularly for loose change. However, over time, it has taken on a sexual connotation and is now associated with the simulation of genitals.
While the origins of furtling are unclear, it is believed to have been popularized during the Victorian era when erotic postcards were common. These postcards often featured images of women in various states of undress, and furtling became a way for individuals to enhance their sexual experience while viewing these images.
How Furtling is Practiced
Furtling is typically practiced alone, although some individuals may engage in it with a partner. It involves using one’s hands or fingers to simulate the appearance of genitals in photographs or postcards. This can be done by tracing the outline of the genitals, rubbing the image, or even inserting fingers into the image.
Some individuals may also use furtling as a form of foreplay, incorporating it into their sexual activities with a partner. This can involve using furtling techniques on one’s partner or incorporating images into their sexual play.
The Risks of Furtling
While furtling is generally considered a safe activity, there are some risks associated with it. One of the main concerns is the spread of germs and bacteria, particularly if individuals are sharing images or using the same materials.
Additionally, some individuals may become so fixated on furtling that it interferes with their daily life or relationships. Like any kink or fetish, it is important to practice furtling in a safe and consensual manner.
Furtling is a unique kink or fetish that involves the simulation of genitals using one’s hands or fingers. While it may seem unusual to some, it is a valid form of sexual expression and can be enjoyed safely and consensually. As with any kink or fetish, it is important to communicate with partners and practice safe and consensual activities.