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Edit Delete. You know, why do people sexualise monsters or sexualise anything that would be disgusting IRL? This question has bothered me for some time, and don't worry, most of us are into it. But why? There's a lot of material online regarding this subject if you're willing to look for it. There are a lot of contributing psychological factors to the phenomenon of fetishism; while most fetishes are caused by a select few major factors, some of the especially bizarre ones tend to have equally bizarre explanations.
Many psychologists consider extreme fetishism to be a mental disorder, as demonstrated by this source, due to the fact that such fetishes deduct from interest in standard sexual intercourse. As with other peculiarities such as homosexuality, however, it is perfectly possible that there is some evolutionary explanation that has yet to be discovered.
For sexual attraction to monsters, it could be argued that fetishes exist to discourage genetically unfit organisms from reproducing by diverting sexual interest — there's no evidence to back that up, of course, but it is one of the many possible explanations out there. Certain researchers tie the origin of fetishes to intimate contact with certain objects during childhood or, in rare cases, during adulthood.
The way this works is that the individual, when presented with a sexual stimulus and a certain object at the same time, may begin to associative the object with sexual arousal. The malleable nature of younger minds explains why most fetishes are developed early on in a person's life. The most common fetishes seem to originate from comfort objects, which are technically the first objects that children come into "intimate" contact with.
Following on from this, and addressing your main question, it is also possible to associate sexual excitement with being submissive. As a very oversimplified example, may use their security blanket to hide from their parents during hide and seek.
This is likely the main way in which submissive fetishes — monster men, BDSM, rape victim etc. It appears that there are very few psychologists and neuroscientists who currently hold that fetishes are caused exclusively or mostly by genetics, although it is perfectly possible that a person's brain structure may affect the nature and strength of their fetishes to some extent, in a similar way to how it affects their libido.
Good question. This isn't really a subject that has been under a lot of research probably because researchers are too embarrassed to look it up so it is hard to get a straight-forward answer. I'm not sure if there even is a right answer. But I look at it on simple terms: for some people, the overall human appearances are just a minor detail.
Instead they will focus their sexual interest more on specific things such as curves, expressions, actions, shapes, desirable character. The small things. This is especially applicable in cartoon porn because cartoon porn can be easily engineered to exploit those small sexy details regardless of what is being depicted. Finding sexual interest in the small details lets you ignore the bigger picture. EG: Made of goo? Big deal, check out that hourglass figure!
Half fox-human hybrid monster? Who cares, those legs are amazing! You get the idea. Furry porn sort of works like that. When you stop caring about the fact you are fapping to monsters, it becomes more like hot sauce on top of your steak. An interesting and flavorful extra to spice your porn up.
This effect works vastly more for cartoon porn and much less so for reality. Probably because you know it's just cartoon. It's not reality. Therefore you are lusting over something imaginary, and it can be as sexy as you want to pretend while remaining completely inconsequential.
In the real world, it's impossible for nature to add those same sexy human details to things that aren't human. We can draw a tiger with big tits but nature cant make one. Not in a way that wont look freaky as shit anyway. So these monster fetishes remain constrained to fantasy. It's also worth noting that in many cases of monster attraction: the monster is also depicted having a relatable human personality.
There are some people that are attracted to characters and don't care so much about the aesthetics of that character so there is that too. Now I've addressed monsters. But I don't have much sexual attraction to monsters for you regarding other IRL disgusting things.
Like scat. Or daipers. I'm afraid I really don't understand those things. My best guess that they aren't so much about sex and is more about other things. Some fetishes aren't about sex. Even if they do get sexualised. That's important to remember when it comes to understanding fetish. So maybe scat is just about wanting to feel dirty? Daipers may be about wanting to retreat from pressures of adulthood. Or maybe people just treat it as a way to make boring same-old porn more interesting as I said before? Seriously though, In my case, They have to have a relatable personality as well as having predominantly human traits.
I think its just something exotic and different, so it makes it interesting. The triggers are disputed and can seem to have a bunch of different factors. Multiple different factors can lead to the same fetish. Specifically for monsters, I think there is a few variations. Monster people is when you give a monster human traits of varying degrees, for example a "naga" is a monster from the waist down, but from the waist up they are just a cute human, usually female.
This humanizes them, and people find it harder and harder to distinguish the monster from a normal person, and thus their subconscious focuses on the human parts and eventually begins to find the monster parts attractive as well because they associate them with the human parts.
Then you have the sole monster fetishism. Without the human traits it tends to not quite be as common. I think submissiveness is a bigger deciding factor. Think like a tentacle monster, its popular because it is essentially a rape fantasy with no humanity to it. So basically its just sex for the monster. I think its just anthropomorphism, like, no one would wanna fuck slime, but make it look like a person, add some tits and an ass, and you would get quite a lot of people who would be willing to fuck it.
A fetish thread! TL;DR: big, muscular monster men are sexy as hell. The small things This is especially applicable in cartoon porn because cartoon porn can be easily engineered to exploit those small sexy details regardless of what is being depicted. An interesting and flavorful extra to spice your porn up This effect works vastly more for cartoon porn and much less so for reality. EG: BDSM is more about controlling or wanting to be absolved of having to control So maybe scat is just about wanting to feel dirty?
Any of this making sense or am I rambling? I think the better question is how come some people aren't attracted to monsters… Seriously though, In my case, They have to have a relatable personality as well as having predominantly human traits. Dac wrote: I think the better question is how come some people aren't attracted to monsters… Seriously though, In my case, They have to have a relatable personality as well as having predominantly human traits.
Just my observations on the matter. The true question is, which type of monster girl is the cutest? You must or up first! Already a memeber? Now! Don't have an ? up Now! Close [X].Sexual attraction to monsters
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