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Are all fetishes, regardless of how cruel and weird they are, a form of sexuality?

Asked by: Bobbyroo
  • Homosexuals are coming out saying they no longer believe they are born that way

    I've met homosexuals that were in fact coming out and saying that the whole "born thing" is more or less a political chant and is for political purposes for the LGBT movement. But deep in their heart they know it's not true and sexuality and fetish are not really different, that their desires stem from social conditioning not from inherent genetic traits.

    Look at how frantically political gays are trying to cover up the ex-gays and making all kinds of assumptions that they are still gay. Absolutely spiteful.

  • People do not choose these preferences any more than they choose to be gay/straight.

    However, preference is no excuse to hurt people. As in the case of pedophilia, no child can give affirmative consent and such sexual acts surely hurt children. This means that a person should not act on their preferences any more than a serial killer should. A people should never be condemned for what they are, merely for what they choose. If a person acts on a preference that leads to harm, then he or she has acted wrongly. If a person holds these preferences but never harms anyone because of them, then he or she has done nothing wrong.

  • Having a fetish is not the same as being straight or gay.

    Fetish, psychology wise, is the sexual attraction for any non-genital body part or object. Sexuality is the sexual orientation of a person or the amount of sexual feelings in a person. Fetishes, primarily paraphilias, have little or no need in the world of love as opposed to real sexualities such as Homosexuals and Transsexuals. BDSM, Pedophilia, Bestiality... These are a few of the fetishes that are claimed to be safe when in reality they are more destructive than the Holocaust, for they have ruined more lives than any disaster in history, even with all of them combined.

  • No Link To Sexuality

    As far as I know, fetishes are not tied to one's sexuality. However, they are completely natural, and I do not feel anyone has any right to oppress or marginalize someone for a fetish that they have. If their fetish is also a detriment to the society in some way [for instance necrophilia], they should be rehabilitated, as opposed to being treated like a second-hand citizen.

  • It isn't deal with it.

    Why are we having this argument? First its just stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid. Stupid


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Vox_Veritas says2015-11-27T22:56:21.893
A guy in a Pikachu mask is very strange fetish fuel indeed...