Fart fetishism is the sexual arousal by flatulence and while some people consider a fart fetish to be relatively niche, eproctophilia – to give it its formal name –  is possibly more common than you think.  We take a closer look.

 

The fart fetish thrill 

As with any arousal triggers that are to do with bodily functions or ‘toilet stuff’, the thrill of a fart fetish can lie in the breaking of a taboo: farts are rude, and we are taught to hold them in, leave the room to drop one or apologise if one sneaks out unexpectedly. 

However, naughtiness and transgression are exciting to many, and there are those who find either farting or witnessing the farts of a partner an intense pleasure simply because breaking wind is impolite, gross, vulgar and all the rest of it.  

Being upfront about your eproctophilia kink is quite brave, especially if you’re not sure what kind of reception you're going to get.  Sex therapist Sarah Berry says: “There can be something very sexy about farts as they have come from deep within the person and the admitting of farting can be like sharing an intimate, uncomfortable secret.” 

Indeed, those who have never thought of exploring eproctophilia are more likely to be embarrassed or upset if they or a partner lets one go at an intimate moment. Even though farting, either anally or (for anyone with a vulva) what’s known as fanny farts, can happen during sex no matter how vanilla or romantic you want your sex to be. 

Conversely, this can add quite a naughty, dirty thrill if you fart and your partner, rather than being visibly grossed out, expresses appreciation. People who wouldn’t consider a full-blown fart fetish to be on their kink list - or even people who wouldn’t label themselves as kinky in the least - can find a partner who farts endearingly authentic. 

There is plenty of folk out there who will openly admit to enjoying sex that’s sweaty, earthy, messy and authentic, and a few window-rattlers can form part of the fun.

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Farting can be like sharing an intimate, uncomfortable secret...
 

Why it's not OK to mock 

Of course, many, many people find farting hilarious. Sarah Berry suggests that it’s not quite on to mock the fart fetish fan, though:

"The people who come to see me are likely to be ashamed or perturbed by their liking of farts, though many happily enjoy their preference. Humiliation, either by farting or witnessing others doing so, can be part of what makes it so arousing. So accepting a liking for farts isn’t necessarily about de-grossing or taking all the fun out of it." 

Sarah adds: "Instead, it’s dealing with the shame of feeling different and possibly finding ways to share it with others, particularly if there is hope that farts will be an active part of play and not just covertly enjoyed. Farts may be the butt of jokes, but people don’t want to be."  Remember to be kink-positive folks!
 

Eproctophilia in literature

Interestingly, eproctophilia is one of those kinks with quite a literary history. Irish novelist James Joyce, for example, was particularly enthused by anal emissions and once wrote ‘"It is wonderful to fuck a farting woman when every fuck drives one out of her.’  

Many of the letters he sent to his wife, Nora, were about farting and how much her flatulence turned him on. This gem, for example, is classic eproctophilia: ‘You had an arse full of farts that night, darling, and I fucked them out of you, big fat fellows, long windy ones, quick little merry cracks and a lot of tiny little naughty farties ending in a long gush from your hole’.
 

Introducing eproctophilia into play 

So, if you and a partner want to take active steps to introduce a spot of eproctophilia into your sexy times, you probably don’t need that much technical advice. Everyone knows that beans and pulses are the fart fetishist’s friend, and cabbage and other brassicas can also play their part. 

What you perhaps didn’t realise is that there may well be genuine health benefits to be gained from inhaling the farts of another person. Research shared by scientists at the University of Exeter in 2014 appears to show that a whiff or two of hydrogen sulphite – the gas found in both flatulence and rotten eggs – can help prevent heart disease, cancer, arthritis and dementia. 

It is dangerous in large doses, so perhaps an all-day face-farting marathon might be pushing one’s luck a little. On the other hand, a bit of what you fancy might do you good, if eproctophilia is on your kink list.


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scatjim007

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Hi would love to have fart session with you. Love you to sit on my face you can fart as much as you want. D xxx

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