Tripsophilia: Arousal from Being Massaged
Tripsophilia is a paraphilia in which an individual experiences sexual arousal from being massaged. This fetish is also known as “massageophilia” or “masseurism”. While massages are commonly known for their therapeutic benefits, individuals with tripsophilia find them sexually stimulating as well.
What Causes Tripsophilia?
Tripsophilia is not yet fully understood, but it is believed to be related to the sensation of touch. The physical contact and pressure from a massage can stimulate nerve endings in the body, leading to sexual arousal. Additionally, the relaxation and release of tension that comes with a massage can create a pleasurable and erotic experience for those with this fetish.
Types of Massages Preferred by Tripsophiliacs
While any type of massage can potentially be arousing for those with tripsophilia, there are certain techniques and styles that are commonly preferred:
- Sensual massages: These massages focus on creating a relaxing and intimate atmosphere, using soft lighting and music to create a sensual experience.
- Tantric massages: This type of massage focuses on balancing the flow of energy in the body, and can be highly erotic for those with tripsophilia.
- Nuru massages: Originating from Japan, this type of massage involves the use of a special gel that allows for a more intimate and slippery experience.
Is Tripsophilia Normal?
Like many other fetishes, tripsophilia is considered to be a normal variation of human sexuality. However, it is important for individuals with this fetish to engage in consensual and safe sexual practices, and to communicate their desires with their partners.
Tripsophilia is a unique and fascinating fetish that highlights the diverse range of human sexuality. While it may not be for everyone, those who experience sexual arousal from being massaged can explore this fetish in a safe and consensual way.