fetishist


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fetishist

[fet′ishist]
a person who believes in or receives erotic gratification from fetishes.
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A foot as well as a lingerie fetishist, Bloom has devised a unique way, while sleeping with Molly, to avoid the dreaded conception of another child.
Major show of charismatic iconoclast and felt fetishist Joseph Beuys who pushed the boundaries of art with his subversive vitrines and performances.
His book sets out to explore this proposition by showing, first, that Hemingway was a fetishist and how he came to be one; and second, why it was that hair in particular became his fetish of choice.
In one fantasy he sees Lucrecia making love with an animal fetishist who surrounds her with cats, then anoints her body with honey, a magnet for felines.
Race, to Locke, was a social definition, not an immutable biological fact: "We must consider race not in the fascist, blood-clan sense, which also is tribal and fetishist, but consider race as a common culture and brotherhood" (Harris 151, 197-98).
course for him than playing the S&M fetishist billionaire Christian Grey," (http://deadline.
Luther investigates a twisted fetishist who is murdering women in a horrific echo of an 80s case.
There's a creepy shoe fetishist step-brother and a touching portrayal of her dad, a wheelchair-bound war veteran.
I think it was stolen for a fetishist," he told Britain's Daily Mail newspaper.
Judge Elwen told the defendant: "You are an extremely strange fetishist, and for your victim it must have been terrifying.
A self-confessed footwear fetishist originally from Stockton who stole shoes from women will not face a retrial on a sexual assault charge.
THE jury in the trial of a man they heard was a footwear fetishist who robbed a string of women of their shoes to feed a "sexual obsession" has been discharged after failing to reach a verdict.