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Sexual fetishism is the use of an inanimate object or a specific part of the body for physical or mental sexual stimulation.

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  A Discussion of Sexual Fetishism and Masochism. - An Article by Allan N. Schwartz, LCSW, Ph.D. Not Rated
  Fetishism - Catholic Encyclopedia. A historical and sociological definition. 2/5
  Sexual Fetishism - A sexual physic disorder or harmless fixation? An Article. The police of the Japanese city of Yokohama arrested the 46-year-old man called Katsyo Miyake this August. The police discovered about 2.5 thousand panties while Not Rated
  Sexual Fetishism - A Definition.- Sexual fetishism, first described as such by Sigmund Freud though the concept and certainly the activity is quite ancient, is a form of paraphilia where the object of affection is a specific inanimate object or part of a person's body. 3/5
  Sexual Fetish Laid Bare -Kittie Klaw at The Ministry of Burlesque, - London's leading school and social networking portal for aspiring burlesque artists, gives her unique insight into the world of fetish. An Independent Article. Not Rated
   
Google Google Scholarly Articles on Fetishism - None Sexual fetishism is the use of an inanimate object or a specific part of the body for physical or mental sexual stimulation.
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