Hand fetishism

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Hand fetishism[1] or hand partialism is the sexual fetish for hands. This may include the sexual attraction to a specific area such as the fingers, palm or nails, or the attraction to a specific action performed by the hands; which may otherwise be considered non-sexual—such as washing or drying dishes. This fetish may manifest itself as a desire to experience physical interaction, or as a source of sexual fantasy.

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  1. ^ E. L. McCallum. 1998. Object Lessons: How to Do Things With Fetishism. SUNY Press.ISBN 0791439798. p.59