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The fetish subculture is a subculture that comprises people with a broad range of sexual fetishes, who tend to be more tolerant of other fetishists than the general community, even if they do not share the other person's specific fetish.
The most common fetishes seen in the fetish subculture are BDSM, leather and rubber fetishism, and cross-dressing. The fetish community is also generally more accepting of homosexuality, bisexuality and poly relationships than general society.
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