The word fetish as applied to sex describes a huge variety of different types of sexual interests, most of which are typically relatively uncommon. Here, you will find a wide range of products designed to cater to many different tastes and fantasies, in order to provide customers with the ability to enjoy themselves more when it comes to sex. Keep in mind that not all fetishes are represented in the products available, although you may be able to find what you are looking for in one of our other site categories if it is not listed here.
While fetishes by their very nature are uncommon, some are much more common than others. Some of the most common fetishes fall into BDSM, which stands for bondage, domination, sadism and masochism. Bondage fetishes involve one partner being bound, typically by handcuffs, cord, or other means, to an object (such as the bed or a chair), or to themselves (hands tied behind back, etc). Domination is a type of fetish in which one partner assumes a very dominant role in sex play, typically commanding the other partner to perform specific actions or even physically forcing (all domination must be consensual, obviously) the other partner to do so. Domination roles can be played by either partner, or switched periodically.
Sadism is a fetish in which one receives sexual pleasure from causing suffering of some nature, whether physical or emotional. Masochism is the flip side of sadism, in which one is stimulated sexually by receiving physical or emotional suffering. These can be combined into a single fetish known as sado-masochism when both are experienced by one person. Products for sadism and masochism are often used for bondage and domination, making the category quite popular. These products include everything from bondage gear to whips, paddles, clamps, gags, and much more.
There are many other types of fetish gear used in sex play. All products must be used with the utmost care, as many of them can be dangerous if misused. A good practice for any type of potentially harmful sex play (emotionally or physically speaking) is to have some type of safe word or signal, which if said or given ends the activity. Establishing rules beforehand is also a good way to ensure that no boundaries are crossed that shouldn’t be, and can prevent a potentially fun evening from turning sour in the event that someone is hurt.