Balloon fetish

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Balloons with different colors

A balloon fetish is a sexual fetish that involves balloons.[1][2][3][4] A balloon fetishist is also referred to as a "looner".[5] Some balloon fetishists "revel in the popping of balloons and [others] may become anxious and tearful at the very thought of popping balloons".[6] Others enjoy blowing up balloons or sitting and lying on them.[7]

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  1. ^ Gates, Katharine (1999); Deviant Desires: Incredibly Strange Sex, Juno Books, ISBN 1-890451-03-7 (retrieved 22 August 2010 from Google Books)
  2. ^ I Did It for Science: Balloon Fetishism, Rev. Jen Miller, Nerve.com, 2005 (retrieved 22 August 2010)
  3. ^ Reverend Jen (2009), Live Nude Elf: The Sexperiments of Reverend Jen, Counterpoint Press, ISBN 978-1-59376-244-5 (retrieved 22 August 2010 from Google Books)
  4. ^ Balloon Fetish, Is It Porn? Archived 5 March 2010 at the Wayback Machine, Emily McCombs, Asylum.com, 10 September 2008 (retrieved 22 August 2010)
  5. ^ Fetish Confessions: Telling loved ones about your fetish is as easy as solving fractured quadratic equations, Sandy Brundage, The Wave Magazine Volume 2 Issue 15, 31 July 2002 (retrieved 22 August 2010 on Internet Archive Wayback Machine)
  6. ^ Headpress: journal of sex, religion, death, Issues 21-23, David Kerekes, Headpress, p.142 (retrieved 22 August 2010 from Google Books)
  7. ^ Gates pp. 83,89-90
  8. ^ Balloon Fetish Archived 17 June 2010 at the Wayback Machine, SexTV Archives (retrieved 22 August 2010)
  9. ^ SexTV: Amanda Lepore/Balloon Fetish/Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman on IMDb
  10. ^ "Balloon Infatuation". Channel.nationalgeographic.com. 24 July 2012. Retrieved 16 September 2017.