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Posted March 2, Reviewed by Jessica Schrader. Then one day I was tickling her and she climaxed and kissed me. It freaked me out because I wasn't tickling near her private parts.
I thought that maybe it was a one-time thing, so I tickled her two more times on different occasions, and she climaxed both times. There are hundreds of sexual paraphilias of which little is known. One of the most obscure paraphilias but which is definitely known to exist is knismolagnia also referred to as knismolagnia.
According to Dr. Anil Aggrawal in his book Forensic and Medico-legal Aspects of Sexual Crimes and Unusual Sexual Practices, knismophilia is a paraphilia in which individuals derive sexual pleasure and arousal from tickling or being tickled and is also known as titillagnia. The ' Tickling kink Diagnosis' website claims the symptoms of knismophilia are i sexual arousal gained from being tickled, ii sexual interest in tickling, iii recurring intense sexual urges involving tickling, and iv sexual arousal associated with tickling.
A knismolagnia article on another online site Gay Fetish Goth claims that different individuals may find tickling of virtually any region of the body to be pleasurable, and that knismolagnia can also involve sexual arousal from simply watching others being tickled.
The same article also noted but without any supporting evidence that:. For some, the focus is entirely on the tickling, with full intercourse less important or not included at all.
People whose sexuality is based almost solely on tickling can be said to have a tickling fixation. This fixation may also exist outside of sexual contexts. As far as I can ascertain, there is almost nothing in the academic literature on knismolagnia. However, there are a of online articles and writings about the sexual side of tickling, although there is a common mistake I have spotted which may have arisen from a single source.
Many online sources—including the acarophilia. InDr. Lisa Tickling kink and Dr. Julie Penn developed a comprehensive paraphilia classification system and published it as a book chapter in Dr. If this is true there is likely to be some crossover with other sexual paraphilias and fetishes including podophilia foot fetishes and maschalagnia armpit fetishes. The acarophile. According to most online sources, the main reason why sexual tickling is popular among those in the BDSM community is because the person is usually already restrained.
However, one online gay fetish site claims it is not popular. In dominance and submission scenarios, sexual partners may agree upon a safeword tickling kink al that the tickling should stop. This type of tickling generally does not induce laughter and is often accompanied by an itching sensation. The knismesis phenomenon requires low levels of stimulation to sensitive parts of the body, and can be triggered by a light touch or by a light electrical current. Knismesis can also be triggered by crawling insects or parasites, prompting scratching or rubbing at the ticklish spot, thereby removing the pest.
The gargalesis type of tickle works on humans and primates, and possibly on other species. While it is possible to trigger a knismesis response in oneself, it is usually impossible to produce gargalesthesia, the gargalesis tickle response, in oneself.
Of all the paraphilias I have examined, knismophilia appears to have been one of the least researched academically or clinically. Aggrawal A. Him and Her Sex Blog February Right Diagnosis Shaffer, L. A comprehensive paraphilia classification system. Hickey Ed. Prentice Hall, New Jersey: Pearson. Tickling game. Mark Griffiths, Ph. Mark D. Griffiths Ph. In Excess. Tickling Fetishism Explored A brief look at knismophilia. References Aggrawal A. Hickey, E.
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