Or section of a person that is nonsexual, such as for example a base or toe, and discovers it enjoyable, so they really keep using it in a way that is sexual” he said.
O’Reilly adds that some social individuals are easier stimulated than the others.
“There’s a theory why these individuals may be much more available to fetishes that are developing because they’re intimately excited more easily, ” she said.
Personality possibly plays a right part, too.
Those who prefer the dominance role to the submissive role identified themselves as having different traits for instance, according to a 2014 survey published in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, which looked at the personality traits of 270 people who practice BDSM.
Dominants scored somewhat greater than submissives on wish to have control, extraversion, self-esteem, and life satisfaction. Submissives scored somewhat more than dominants on emotionality. Continue reading