All you need to know about spit fetish
If your kink involves aspects of humiliation and degradation, spitting can be the perfect addition to that kind of dynamic. There's something about being spat on that really enhances the feelings of submission for a lot of people. As with all things, however, there are a few safety concerns to bear in mind--the most important of which is to make sure you don't get your saliva in your partners' eyes. It stings badly, can cause infections and leaves a lingering 'bloodshot' look nobody enjoys, so aim carefully! It's also extremely important to negotiate this with a partner before you begin, as many people really won't enjoy this kind of play.
What is spit fetish?
When a person gets aroused by being spit on or spitting on someone else. The person spitting is usually the dominant and the person being spat on, the submissive.
Is a spit fetish the same as a saliva fetish?
No, although both are based on the same subject, a saliva fetishist gets off on the feel, look and sensation of the saliva on their skin. Someone with a spit fetish likes the humiliation aspect of being spit on or being the person doing the spiting.
Is it normal to have as spit fetish?
Although not so normal to be considered vanilla, a spit fetish is not terribly unusual and if you have it and enjoy it then be proud of it. It’s okay to have any fetish as long as you keep it consensual and you’re having fun with it. If at any point you aren’t happy with your fetish it’s worth seeing a medical professional.
Is spit fetish safe?
It is as safe as any other act where saliva is involved, such as kissing. There are some ailments that can be passed by kissing such as glandular fever, flu and cold but most can be avoided by not indulging in spit play with someone who is displaying symptoms of such infections at time of play.