Strange Sexual Practices

What's perverse to one person may be normal to another. The world of sex is replete with titillating and sometimes curious acts that keep intimacy new.

If nothing less, below is a list of strange sexual practices that are interesting to read about. As you will see, there are no boundaries to what people conceive. And...if daring enough, follow through does not have to be reserved for only the brave.

Hot Wax: Hot wax in sex play is used to increase adrenalin and thus arousal. The most famous enthusiast was St. Pazz, a 16th century nun who would have others drop hot wax on her body while she was tied to a bed post and humiliated.

Blood Sports: 'Blood sports' are those sex activities in which skin is broken. This would include activities such as cutting, phlebotomy, cicatrisation, piercing, carpet burns, abrasions, shaving, scratching, vampirism, flagellation, caning, branding, burning, and so on.

Cutting the skin or drawing the blood creates an adrenalin rush, trust for partner, and a sense of personal conquest for the participant. It may also help relieve stress in some people.

Autagonistophilia: This refers to those who are aroused by being on stage or performing for a cameraman.

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Nancy Fagan is the best-selling author of 'The Complete Idiot's Guide to Romance' and 'Desirable Men: How to Find Them' has appeared on several hundred radio and television shows including Ricki Lake, Men are from Mars/Women are from Venus, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, The Berman & Berman Show, FOX News. She has been featured in most major newspaper in the United States and worldwide as well as regularly mentioned in the nation's top magazines such as Ladies' Home Journal ('Can this Marriage be Saved?'), Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Men's Health, Bride's, Seventeen, Women's Day, Family Circle, Women's Own, BBW, Complete Women and dozens of others. To read more, visit This column is reprinted with permission from Send questions to E-Mail

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