It would make it more difficult for the woman to feel attractive, knowing that it wasn't her own sexual essence, but rather some external stimulus, that most excited her partner.Now, having said that, I'm a guy and therefore not qualified to answer.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I'm curious how open minded women are about dating a kind and friendly, down-to-earth and easy going guy who has a fetish for pantyhose.And given that, your counterpart of the opposite sex is out there interested in the same? Are you sure this isn't more of a solicitation than a question?
I would imagine that, given the choice between two otherwise identical people, most women would choose the guy who doesn't have a strong fetish.
Trust me, I'll respect you, even if you choose to hate me because I like different things. :-)Bret I think perhaps this would fit better in the sex and sexuality forum, given that you label it a fetish yourself.
In general, I think that fetishes are totally okay to indulge in with a partner as long as the interaction is fundamentally about the two of you, and not just the fetish.
The list could be endless, but fetlife might be a site where you would feel more comfortble about opening up about it.
I don't think if folks don't understand it does not mean they hate you. The question implies that there's something unique about you and your fetish.(I'll blame religion since the root word of deviation is probably devil.)But geez, that's what the human condition IS--deviations of thought, behavior, genetics, etc. Anyway, doesn't it stand to reason that if you have a certain fetish, that you are not the *only* person with that fetish?