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When I was more active in it, I used to come across prosthesis and other disability fetishes in the BDSM scene.  Not something I played with, but knew it was out there through the occasional person/conversation. I've even come across a few medical fetish websites that sell prosthetics for non-medical purposes (basically for people who don't need them to pretend like they do.) It's kind of one of the many dark alleys in the Kink world-weird even by kinky standards, but accepted as long as it doesn't go to the point of actually hacking anyone's limbs off. :-)

With fetishes like this, the presence of the fetish frequently more important than what more vanilla individuals would consider heavy sexual activity, hence her ability to simply sell her fetish, and nothing more. I'd say this lady has done a fantastic job of cornering a niche market-I can't imagine there are too many others out there in similar situations willing to provide.

the ad on 'doggie is titled
"fetish"

here she says GFE SENSATION: http://candycastle.escort-site.com/photos.phtml

then there's this: candycastle.escort-site.com/bio.phtml

When I was more active in it, I used to come across prosthesis and other disability fetishes in the BDSM scene.  Not something I played with, but knew it was out there through the occasional person/conversation. I've even come across a few medical fetish websites that sell prosthetics for non-medical purposes (basically for people who don't need them to pretend like they do.) It's kind of one of the many dark alleys in the Kink world-weird even by kinky standards, but accepted as long as it doesn't go to the point of actually hacking anyone's limbs off. :-)

With fetishes like this, the presence of the fetish frequently more important than what more vanilla individuals would consider heavy sexual activity, hence her ability to simply sell her fetish, and nothing more. I'd say this lady has done a fantastic job of cornering a niche market-I can't imagine there are too many others out there in similar situations willing to provide.

Posted By: EveAlexander
When I was more active in it, I used to come across prosthesis and other disability fetishes in the BDSM scene.  Not something I played with, but knew it was out there through the occasional person/conversation. I've even come across a few medical fetish websites that sell prosthetics for non-medical purposes (basically for people who don't need them to pretend like they do.) It's kind of one of the many dark alleys in the Kink world-weird even by kinky standards, but accepted as long as it doesn't go to the point of actually hacking anyone's limbs off. :-)

With fetishes like this, the presence of the fetish frequently more important than what more vanilla individuals would consider heavy sexual activity, hence her ability to simply sell her fetish, and nothing more. I'd say this lady has done a fantastic job of cornering a niche market-I can't imagine there are too many others out there in similar situations willing to provide.

In addition to the people who feel they were born in the wrong gender, there also are apparently many people who think they were born with too many limbs, and want to have one extremity or another removed. Sort of a hard thing to do, as few doctors will not perform elective amputations on perfectly good limbs.

Among the many strange aspects of this is that such folks are drawn to amputee support groups, since they consider themselves amputees in every aspect except one. This does not work too well, as the amputees generally consider them truly sick people.

Yeah, yeah, who am I to judge what rows someone else's boat, but I did find the one story of some guy trying different strategies to remove his hand at home without killing himself, or at least damage it enough so a doc would be forced to remove it, to be one of the most perverse things I have ever heard.

The psychologists they interviewed agreed that this is rare, but far from unique, and could not really explain it. Whatever the cause, they did seem to think it was more related to the wrong gender feeling than anything else, and was not strictly speaking any kind of mental illness. Turned out the producer of the show was an amputee, and her final spin was that it was really the first time she had ever considered her condition to be something admirable, enviable.

Just weird to me, but I know I live a sheltered life.

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