Kink Dictionary: Pseudonecrophilia
What is Pseudonecrophilia?
Pseudonecrophilia is a type of fetish or kink that involves sexual arousal from sexual interaction with someone pretending to be dead. This can include role-playing scenarios where one partner pretends to be dead or unconscious, or it can involve more extreme forms of play that simulate death or near-death experiences.
The Psychology of Pseudonecrophilia
Like many fetishes and kinks, the exact cause of pseudonecrophilia is not well understood. However, some experts believe that it may be related to a desire for control or power in sexual situations. Others suggest that it may be a way of exploring taboo or forbidden desires in a safe and consensual way.
Types of Pseudonecrophilia Play
There are many different ways that people may engage in pseudonecrophilia play. Some common examples include:
- Role-playing scenarios where one partner pretends to be dead or unconscious
- Playing dead or unconscious during BDSM scenes
- Using props such as body bags, morgue slabs, or other death-related items
- Engaging in breath play or other forms of near-death experiences
Is Pseudonecrophilia Safe and Consensual?
As with any kink or fetish, it is important to ensure that all parties involved are consenting adults who have discussed their boundaries and limits beforehand. Pseudonecrophilia play can involve some risks, particularly when it comes to breath play or other forms of near-death experiences. It is important to educate oneself about these risks and take steps to minimize them.
While pseudonecrophilia may not be a common kink or fetish, it is important to recognize that it exists and that it can be a safe and consensual form of sexual expression for those who enjoy it. As with any kink or fetish, it is important to communicate openly and honestly with one’s partner, and to take steps to ensure that all play is safe, sane, and consensual.