Top telly couple call in lawyers after X-rated sex tape leaks online!

A TOP telly couple called in lawyers after their sex tape was leaked online.

It is thought pictures and videos of the ITV stars were shared from a social media account via direct messages.

The household names are known to millions after starring in some of the UK’s best-loved and biggest shows. So far, the couple have not been publicly identified.

They were posted online and their lawyers removed them from the internet more than three weeks later. An industry source said: “They would have been mortified by the leak.

“Their fans will have been horrified on their behalf to think their private content was online for anyone to see.

“By moving quickly and having it removed they have done the right thing.”

The household names are known to millions after starring in some of the UK’s best-loved and biggest shows. It is unknown if the couple have reported the leak to the police.

A law was introduced in England and Wales in 2015 in a bid to crack down on revenge porn offences.

It made it an offence to share private sexual images or videos without the subject’s consent, with a maximum sentence of two years in prison.

A representative for the stars has been contacted for comment.

Meet Mr D, the Hull businessman who buys £200 of dirty socks a month

A Hull man has confessed his “great fetish” for sniffing smelly socks and admiring dirty feet.

The businessman, who anonymously refers to himself as Mr D, spends up to £200 a month on dirty socks.

The 33-year-old doesn’t just use his sales tactics at work but also for pleasure, messaging people online offering them the opportunity to make some cash from their unwashed socks.

Mr D puts money aside so he can treat himself to a pair of “sexy” dirty socks or tights.

He pleads that he is a “normal guy really” and there’s “nothing seedy about it”.

He usually buys socks in bundles via PayPal transfer- four or five individual socks for £40, or a video of feet for £30.

He also said it depends on the individual who he is interacting with and could pay up to £60 or £70 for “special people” or celebrities – but adds that it is strictly women’s feet he desires.

Mr D goes for women aged 21 to 38 years old and says if he finds them attractive anyway he knows that they will have “elegant feet”.

Explaining what he does with the socks the salesman said: “I am just doing it to purely satisfy my kink on the side. Well obviously I won’t tell you the… you know what part.

“But usually just like to smell them, put them in my mouth for taste. I keep them and go back to them as and when I please.

“I just think I’m attracted to feet as a whole really. Just find them really elegant and sexy! Obviously it doesn’t just come down to that with a woman but it certainly helps.

“I like socks and tights – people usually wear them for a couple of days and then sends. Some go to the gym in them or go for a run. It’s completely up to them how they do it.

“I also buy pornographic foot pics and videos, as I like the toes and soles, but socks is also a good part of it for me.”

Mr D continued: “There is a sub-culture on social media that specialises in that sort of stuff but I do also come across random people who I message.

“You’d be surprised to hear that I have even had minor celebrities get involved too.

“It is always done with respect and there is no pressure put on those involved. I’d say it is a fairly successful rate. Most do say yes. You just have to know the places to go for it!”

Mr D would like to diminish the negative connotations surrounding those with a foot fetish.

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Britney Spears is engaged to boyfriend Sam Asghari

Britney Spears has gotten engaged to her long-time boyfriend Sam Asghari, and fans are overjoyed.

The singer revealed the happy news in a video posted to Instagram in which she shows off her ring and kisses her boyfriend.

“You like it?” Asghari asks in the video, to which Britney Spears excitedly replies: “Yes!”

Spears captioned the post: “I can’t f**king believe it,” along with numerous engagement ring emojis. A separate post from Asghari shows the couple kissing as Spears holds up her ring finger to the camera.

Shortly afterwards, Asghari thanked fans for their “overwhelming love”, adding that his phone “exploded” following the announcement.

“We both love every single one of you!” he wrote on his Instagram Stories.

He went on to joke about their plans for a prenuptial agreement, writing: “Thank you to everyone who is concerned about the prenup! Of course we’re getting iron clad prenup to protect my jeep and shoe collection in case she dumps me one day.”

Britney Spears’ engagement ring is engraved with the word ‘lioness’

The gorgeous, sparkling diamond ring was created by New York designer Roman Malayev, according to Page Six. The “one-of-a-kind” ring has the word “lioness” – his nickname for Spears – engraved on the inside of the band.

In a statement, Asghari said he “clicked” with Malayev and ultimately went with the designer because he felt the ring would be “special”.

Malayev, who is founder and master jeweller at Forever Diamonds NY, told Page Six that he “couldn’t feel more honoured to create this ring for such a special couple”.

The couple’s happy news comes after a turbulent fews months for Spears. In June, she spoke out against her court-ordered conservatorship for the first time.

Speaking to a Los Angeles court, the singer hit out at the “abusive” legal arrangement, which has allowed her father to control much of her life for more than a decade.

During that court appearance, Spears dropped the bombshell that she wanted to marry her boyfriend Sam Asghari, who she first met while filming a music video in 2016.

However, Spears said her conservatorship had stopped her from marrying Asghari and from starting a family with him.

Madonna steals the show at MTV VMAS in BDSM-inspired outfit

Madonna caused a stir at last night’s MTV VMAs – as she has many times in years past – by showing up for her surprise appearance in an BDSM-inspired look.

The awards ceremony, which took place at Barclays Centre in Brooklyn, New York City, was hosted by ‘You Right’ singer Doja Cat, who also performed.

Emerging on stage to ‘Vogue’, Madonna introduced the show – as well as a performance by Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber – after arriving in a trench coat… only to reveal her skimpier ensemble underneath.

Speaking on stage, the music icon said: “And they said we wouldn’t last. We’re still here motherf***ers.

“Happy 40th, MTV. Welcome to the 2021 Video Music Awards.”

Sharing pictures of herself in the outfit on Instagram last night, Madonna repeated in a caption, except this time without the royal ‘we’: “And they said I wouldn’t last…”

The 63-year-old previously emerged from a 17-foot wedding cake at the 1984 VMAs to perform ‘Like a Virgin’. She also made headlines for kissing Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera on stage at the 2003 VMAs while performing ‘Hollywood’.

The memories!

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Man dies after ‘using glue to seal penis shut’ instead of wearing condom

A man has died in India after he used glue to seal his penis shut instead of wearing a condom while on a drugs bender.

Salman Mirza, 25, from the Fatehwadi, India, used an epoxy adhesive on his penis before having sex at a hotel in June, according to The Times of India.

Mirza and his girlfriend reportedly checked into a hotel where they proceeded to take drugs. Shortly afterwards, they realised that they had forgotten to bring a condom.

It was then that Mirza decided to use the strong glue to “seal off” his penis so he could have sex without the risk of impregnating his girlfriend, police believe.

The couple brought the glue with them as they sometimes inhaled it for a “kick”.

Salman Mirza died from multiple organ failure after using glue to seal his penis

“Several witnesses said that Mirza along with his former fiancée, both of whom were addicted to drugs, had gone to a hotel in Juhapura,” a senior police officer said.

“Since they did not have any protection, they decided to apply the adhesive on his private parts to ensure that she does not get pregnant.

“They were carrying the adhesive as they occasionally used it with whitener to inhale the mixture for a kick.”

The next day, Mirza was found unconscious in the shrubbery outside an apartment complex. Firoz Shaikh, an acquaintance, found him and brought him home.

Shortly afterwards, his condition worsened, and he was taken to Sola Civil hospital where he died due to multiple organ failure.

Mirza’s family have called for an inquiry into his death as they believe the organ failure may have been caused by his drug use.

They have also suggested that Mirza’s girlfriend could have played a role in sealing his penis shut with glue.

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Everything you need to know about Golden Showers

According to an unverified U.S. intelligence report published by Buzzfeed, President-elect Donald Trump allegedly has a penchant for a particular sex act called the “golden shower.”

Considering the increased media attention on the good old golden shower, we set out to get to the bottom of the fetish. First, a golden shower is slang for any sex act involving urination. The documents published by Buzzfeed claim that Trump employed “a number of prostitutes to perform a ‘golden shower’ (urination) show in front of him.” (During a news conference, Trump referred to the documents as “nonsense” and “fake news.”) Sometimes a golden shower also involves one person peeing on another during sex or foreplay.

So why would a person be interested in this? “How people arrive at what turns them on remains a comparative mystery,” says Russel Stambaugh, Ph.D., a psychotherapist who specializes in kinky behaviour.

As part of the BDSM family, one of the main turn-ons of the pee shower is the power dynamic. “In regular social life there are so many constraints,” says Stambaugh. “People like to role play experiences that they can’t so easily have in real life—people want to feel free to do [what] they usually feel constrained doing.”

Others might get pleasure out of degrading or humiliating their partner or being degraded themselves. “The person being peed on likes being dominated and being controlled—and sometimes also likes the warmth and even the taste of the pee,” says sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D.

For others, it just feels damn good. “It can be purely sexual—it feels good to release yourself,” Stambaugh explains. “All of us have had the experience of urinating after holding it for a long time—you could potentially sexualize that feeling of intense relief.”

Bringing urination into the boudoir is a little more complicated than other fetishes (consider those logistics…). But Kerner says some people get into the golden shower without really meaning to. “People who are into it sometimes say that their partner peed in the shower with them, and they found it sexy and taboo to watch,” he says. “It’s a chance to be part of the dirtiness and messiness of sex, which is also a turn on.”

While it may seem unusual to some, we should be cautious before stigmatizing this fetish, says Stambaugh. “Shaming people for private consensual behaviour is the wrong way to go.”

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Sexual Fetishes & Kinks You’ve Never Heard Of

You’ve definitely heard of foot fetishes and bondage. But, there’s basically a bottomless well of things that turn people on.

You’ll often hear people refer to these interests as sexual kinks or fetishes. But what exactly are fetishes and sexual kinks? And why do people have them?

Sex therapist Kelifern Pomeranz, PsyD, says that all fetishes are kinks, but not all kinks are fetishes. “A fetish is a sexual attraction to inanimate objects, body parts, or situations not commonly viewed as being sexual in nature, [while] a kink is a broader term that includes a variety of sexual interests, behaviors, preferences, and fantasies that are thought to be outside of the mainstream.”

According to Justin Lehmiller, PhD, a research fellow at the Kinsey Institute and the author of Tell Me What You Want, fetishes and unusual sexual interests develop gradually. A person might see a particular stimulus—like, say, a boot—while they’re sexually aroused, and eventually come to associate arousal with boots.

Or, Lehmiller says, grouping an object or body part together with orgasm might prompt a person to seek out that same object or body part in the future because the brain expects the same reward. (Orgasms, of course, floods the brain with dopamine, the neurotransmitter that regulates motivation and pleasure.)

Fetishes get stigmatized because they’re reasonably rare. Plus, there’s a lot of sexual shame in our culture. And they often involve impulses that puzzle the masses: Bees all over your genitals? Unbounded attraction to vomit? But the brain wants what it wants.

If you’re interested in exploring a kink or sexual fetish with your partner, communication is key. “Set aside time for this conversation when you are both relaxed and when you are getting along,” Pomeranz suggests.

And make sure to come informed: “Do your research and share well-informed and reliable information. Share articles, videos, books, and information from sex researchers, academics, educators, and therapists normalizing and supporting your interest.” You essentially want to put their fears and anxieties at ease. Exploring any type of sexual kink or fetish will always require consent and patience.

It’s okay if it’s a bit awkward at first, says Holly Richmond, PhD, a certified sex therapist based in New York. “People can get in their heads about whether it’s weird, but let yourself off the hook about any judgments.” As long as it’s consensual and pleasurable, you’re doing it right.

If you want to learn more about different forms of sexual play, here’s a list of 21 sexual kinks and fetishes you may not have heard about before.

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Cuckolding is a form of BDSM and power play, says Richmond.

The act calls for one person to watch their partner have sex with someone else or listen to stories about their partner having sex with someone else. The goal here is usually humiliation. The person watching or listening is turned on by their partner desiring someone else over them. They enjoy the stimulation of being cheated on and experimenting with an act that’s considered taboo.

And while it’s not a rule, cuckolding typically involves a man whose woman partner, whether that’s a wife or girlfriend, has sex with another man and cosplays desiring the other man over her husband or boyfriend.


This turn-on is one experienced by people who find enemas arousing, says Richmond. A Greek term, klismaphilia, refers to the pleasure someone experiences from relieving themselves while using an enema, they enjoy the pressurized feeling. For others, it’s the feeling or knowledge of having their bowels cleaned. And in other cases, it’s all about giving someone an enema or preparing the body for an enema. Most klismaphiles discover their fetish after having a doctor-recommended enema in childhood.


“If someone has a fetish for nylons it means they’re attracted to someone wearing nylons or putting them on,” says Richmond. “The tactile part turns them on.”

Men usually, she says, report enjoying the feeling of sitting on their mothers’ laps and feeling her nylons underneath their legs. For others, they felt pleasure watching someone put nylons on in a film, and sometimes people just enjoy the feeling of putting them on or peeling them off.


This one’s exactly what it sounds like—some people are aroused by pregnant people. The starting point is usually porn, says Richmond. There are numerous sections on popular porn websites dedicated to it—even dating websites dedicated to men connecting with pregnant women.

But sometimes, simply seeing expecting mothers, particularly during childhood, is what sets things off. An older sibling watching their mother preparing to deliver their younger sibling can manifest itself into this fetish later in life.

And what people consider pleasurable about pregnancy differs. For some, it’s the “glow” pregnant women have. Sometimes, is seeing a large round belly (the bigger the better) and heavy breasts filled with milk (more on that fetish later). And for others, is the fact that it seems taboo—though pregnant women can have sex.


Considering how mainstream whips have become in media portrayals of kink and fetishism, this one might not be so surprising.

Richmond recommends, however, starting slowly if you’re new to using whips. This kind of power and punishment play is really fun, but can get painful very quickly if you and your partner don’t talk it out first. Ask where they’d like to be whipped and discuss a scale to assess pain, 10 being the hardest whip and 1 being the softest.

It’s also a good idea to come up with a safe word other than “stop.” Go for something totally random that you’d never say during sex. Maybe try: “sticker” or “asphalt.”


Wax play is another common part of BDSM often depicted least on television, books, and film.

It involves dripping wax onto someone or having wax dripped on you, says Richmond. The biggie here is using appropriate candles. The scented ones you’ve got around your house will likely not do the trick and might even burn you or your partner. Opt for paraffin or soy candles that slowly pool wax as they burn and don’t instantly harden when poured onto the body—this way you can have bit of fun moving the wax around before it stiffens.


Carole Queen, PhD, and author of The Sex & Pleasure Book: Good Vibrations Guide to Great Sex for Everyone describes bondage as a type of activity where you restrain your partner with things like rope, non-stick tape, or cuffs. “Bondage is a trust exercise above all, and can be done for its own sake—Japanese bondage, in particular, is aesthetically beautiful and sexy to do—or to add to other kinds of sensation, from intercourse to spanking and more,” says Queen.

She warns, however, that it should be practiced with caution as any kind of bondage that is too tight is not only uncomfortable but can cause permanent nerve damage. To make sure you’re practicing bondage safely, it’s best to school yourself on best practices and most importantly set boundaries to ensure the safety of all those involved in the practice. One common practice is the use of a safe word, which signals that the bondage needs to end immediately.

Age Play

Age play is a kind of fetish that involves an exchange of power, says Jill McDevitt, PhD, a sexologist at CalExotics.

In this activity, partners will role play and act as if they are different ages than what they actually are. “A common combination is an adult and a ‘baby’ who would be cared for like an infant or young child,” says McDevitt. Age play can also be categorized as a form of dominance and submission play, where the partner playing the younger person is often the submissive. This isn’t to be confused with autonepiophilia, where the person gets sexual pleasure from dressing up or acting as a baby, not necessarily the act of role playing as someone of a different age—more on that in a bit.


Quirofilia can also be known as a hand fetish. And since any eroticization of a specific part of the body is often referred to as partialism, quirofilia is sometimes referred to as hand partialism.

A person into quirofilia is especially drawn to fingers and hands. Queen says that this fetish really isn’t too surprising, since hands are such significant sexual tools. “Many of us have daydreamed about the feeling of hands all over us, so this just takes such an erotic focus a few steps farther.”

Quirofilia may involve an attraction to certain parts of the hands, manicures or certain acts performed by the hands, from washing dishes to handjobs. If you have a hand fetish and want to explore it with your partner, you should talk to them about ways you can introduce it into your sex life, maybe as a form of foreplay.

Foot fetishism

A foot fetish means you’re sexually aroused by feet, also referred to as foot partialism. People with foot fetishes may be attracted to seeing feet in certain footwear such as high heels, they might enjoy interactions with feet including massaging or toe-sucking, while some prefer embellishments on the feet such as a fresh pedicure or a tattoo.

In certain cases, a person may appreciate the feet more than the person they’re attached to, says Queen, but [feet] should really be looked at as an added source of a turn-on, not a substitute for a real connection with another person. “In fact, you can think of any kink basically this way: a “cherry-on-top” erotic treat, or a way to focus desire and arousal.”


Somnophilia, sometimes referred to as sleeping beauty syndrome, is defined as getting arousal from a person who is seemingly asleep or unconscious.

This kind of fetish also involves an exchange of power, where the person awake is in a dominant position. However, it should always be approached with consent, as should all sexual kinks and fetishes, says McDevitt. “All should be approached with informed consent. Everyone should be sober. Everyone should know what to expect, and trust that acting on these kinks can be stopped anytime, for any reason.”


A fascination with mirrors, or more specifically, watching yourself in sexual situations is known as katoptronphilia.

“People who like this kind of play may have a mirror by their bed, or masturbate to their own mirror image,” explains Queen. In other words, katoptronphilia essentially means you enjoy having sex in front of a mirror. To bring katoptonphilia into your bedroom, make sure you have your partner’s consent and be sure to be strategic about where you place your mirrors, so you can catch the best glimpses of yourself.

Like many, this practice is often portrayed in porn, but Queen says it’s important that porn isn’t your only guide to new activity. “Porn is not intended to be how-to material, unless it is clearly advertised as such. There is [however] a small but significant genre of what I call ‘ex-ed,’ explicit educational movies.” If you want to learn more, reach out to a sex therapist or read up on materials written by them.

Sensation Play

“The one overarching thing often said about kink is that it is erotic play that includes the whole body, not just the genitals,” Queen explains. “Sensation play can definitely include the genitals, but it is also common to engage parts of the body we don’t think of as erogenous zones–like the back.”

In sensation play, there’s a focus on the body and the many sensate experiences we can have, so flogging, massage, temperature play involving ice cubes or candles that melt at a lower temperature, tickling and other kinky play can all fall under the category of sensation play.


Electrostimulation can be considered a subset of sensation play. It involves creating arousal through a sensation of electric shock. “Electricity play uses toys/devices that issue a mild shock or sometimes a zappy-feeling pulse. This is different from vibration and can get fairly intense-feeling. Most are below-the-waist only because it’s important to keep electricity away from the heart,” says Queen.

It is important to learn the ropes of this kind of play before delving into it, since using the wrong tools can be dangerous. Beginners shouldn’t use intense-shocking tools like tasers, Queen warns. “Those aren’t beginner-level at all and require quite a bit of know-how to avoid damage.”

One beginner-friendly tool McDevitt recommends is a controlled sex toy that allows you to combine the familiar pleasurable sensation of vibration with electrostimulation, like the CalExotics Impulse Intimate E-Stimulator Dual Wand. Tools like these offer several levels of electrostimulation that are safe for partners just introducing electrostimulation to their relationships.


Sexual kinks like gagging can fall under the umbrella of dominant/submission play, says McDevitt. “[It] is a vehicle for increasing the helplessness of the sub by making them drool, unable to speak, and humiliated.”

Again, the practice of gagging should involve consent and communication. “Approaching a partner with a desire to explore a kink together should be clear, respectful, and I recommend also, with a sense of curiosity instead of demands,” says McDevitt. While you might think of these practices as purely sexual, they’re not. As with anything, there is an emotional risk, so if you aren’t comfortable talking about gagging, electrocuting, or whipping your partner, you probably shouldn’t be doing it.

Scene Play

Many sexual kinks and fetishes can fall under the umbrella of scene play, explains Queen, since many people in the BDSM community center their kinky activities within a scene. A scene is a preplanned story including roles that you and your partner will commit to during foreplay and/ or actual sex, think: school teacher and naughty student.

“Going into scene” means partners have talked about what they want to do (or their roles and preferences are baked into their relationship and this info is already known by both),” says Queen. Those involved in scene play often negotiate what their desires and limits are or use signifying titles such as ‘mistress or sir.’

Scene play is a contained activity, so it doesn’t necessarily mean that partners continue to play out their roles out in the real world. “Within the scene, they may act very differently than they do outside the scene, and “the scene” contains it,” says Queen. The scene often ends when both partners are satisfied, someone uses a safe word or they’re simply out of time.

Consensual voyeurism

Consensual voyeurism involves consensually observing others undress, have sex or engage in other sexual acts. This isn’t to be confused with spying on people without their consent, which is definitely inappropriate, not to mention illegal.

Instead, in this scenario the person you’re observing should enjoy being watched and may even be putting on a show. “This can show up in many ways, including watching a partner masturbate, going to a strip club together, watching live cam videos, etc,” says McDevitt. Queen adds that consensual voyeurism can also typically take place at a swingers party or play party—parties where people participate in BDSM activities.


Sadism is typically defined as arousal at the thought of causing pain, but not just any kind of pain, explains Queen.

“‘Pain’ is a tricky word in BDSM. It’s not comparable to enjoying menstrual cramps [since, literally nobody likes that!], or the sensation of getting your finger caught in a door. Kink community people tend to like the term ‘intense sensation’ better, since when someone is engaged in being spanked or whipped, pinched or pierced, or whatever may be going on, their experience may be vastly different from feeling pain in other contexts.”

Instead, this sensation of pain will bring on a rush of endorphins, which to put into context, Queen compares to a runner’s high. If someone is into sadism, it’s best they look for a partner who’s a masochist, in other words, who enjoys receiving the pain.


Remember that 30 Rock episode where Liz Lemon hires a woman for her writers’ room who presents as a “very sexy baby?” First: Go watch it. Second, for those of you getting revved up at the thought of an attractive adult infant, I have one word: autoenpiophilia.

Otherwise known as paraphilic infantilism, this one describes someone who derives sexual pleasure from dressing up as, or acting like, a baby. “Oftentimes there’s a mommy figure or a daddy figure and this individual is playing the role of a child,” Lehmiller says. “Maybe they’re being fed or nursed, or wearing or using diapers, or engaging in other infantile behaviors.”

“Research suggests that there’s often an element of BDSM that overlaps with paraphilic infantilism, where the person is taking on a very submissive role,” he adds. You can readily see where a parent/infant relationship might lend itself well to dominant and submissive roles, and where certain elements of this costume (namely the diaper) might aid in sexual humiliation.


Autoenpipohiles might also take great interest in a baby bottle, potentially filled with real breast milk—and that can be a fetish, too.

Lactophiles, according to Lehmiller, are “people who either want to watch a woman who’s lactating or consume her breast milk.” A Lactophilic relationship might involve man and a woman who’s expressing breastmilk—the latter derives sexual pleasure from suckling the former in what’s referred to as a “nursing relationship.”


In that same vein, let’s all turn our attention back to that Sex and the City episode wherein Carrie kink-shames her politician boyfriend (played by John Slattery) who enjoys having people pee on him. That’s urophilia, Lehmiller says, or a fetish for “people who are sexually aroused by being urinated on, also colloquially known as ‘water sports.'”

There may be a BDSM element at work here, too, Lehmiller notes: The person getting peed on is clearly submissive to the other, and having someone’s pee drip down your body might also evoke some feelings of humiliation.


Lehmiller defines necrophilia as “being sexually aroused by having sexual contact with a corpse,” a sexual interest with which viewers of 2016’s fashion horror film, The Neon Demon, might be familiar. (Recall the scene in which a morgue makeup artist has sex with the dead body on her table).

“What the research there suggests is that oftentimes people who are interested in that sexual activity have sexual adjustment difficulties,” Lehmiller says. “They have a hard time meeting live partners, so they may be interested in the dead partially for that reason.”

Again, though, there may also be an extreme BDSM aspect tied up in necrophilia: Sometimes, Lehmiller explains, arousal flows from the fact that a corpse can’t fight back or consent to sexual activity. Necrophiliacs might hire a sex worker to lie inert during intercourse, safely mimicking a dead body, or explore the world of freezable sex toys designed to simulate the experience of sex with the dead (or undead, as the case may be, since some of these products have zombie or vampire themes).


Vorarephilia is often shortened to “vore,” and can also entail fantasies about eating someone or watching someone being eaten, chewed, or swallowed whole.

This cannibalism-influenced sexual interest involves getting eaten alive—”usually being consumed whole and live by a much larger person or creature,” Lehmiller explains. “There’s often also a BDSM element to that interest as well, in that there’s often this predator/prey scenario and a lot of themes of dominance and submission.”

People might indulge this niche inclination through role-play or through watching (simulated) live-action or animated vore porn, an increasingly popular adult subgenre.


Macrophilia—”sexual attraction to giants or giantesses,” according to Lehmiller—also represents a growing sector of the porn industry. Particularly arousing niches within this sexual interest include: being squished against a giant’s breasts, being crushed by a giant, being dominated by a giant, or being physically harmed by a giant. All of which seem pretty plausible in a giant-on-regular-sized-human sex scenario.

Though some macrophiles may be attracted to people that are just a few feet taller than them, macrophila is really about imagination. “It’s more based in fantasy and the use of animation, virtual reality, CGI porn, etc. to imagine and fantasize about being vulnerable, small, and powerless against a giant,” says McDevitt. Macrophiles tend to find pleasure from consuming this kind of content.


Although it’s extremely rare, Lehmiller says, emetophilia—or attraction to vomit—is real. This can mean you’re attracted to your own vomit or someone else’s; turned on by watching and listening to the vomit, or doing the vomiting yourself.

There’s only been one major scientific investigation into “erotic vomiting,” in 1982. Which is to say, knowledge on emetophilia is scant, but the themes of dominance, submission, and humiliation are self-evident within this fetish.


Consider Malcolm Brenner, a man whose name you may know thanks to the intimately chronicled romantic relationship he says he sustained with a dolphin, back in the 1970s. Their courtship (which also was briefly sexual) all took place at a theme park in Florida, and was allegedly “dolphin-initiated.” This man would be classified as a zoophile or someone who derives sexual arousal from animals.

Isn’t this just bestiality? Not quite. Zoophilia relies on emotional investment and, often, the idea that a human-animal relationship is mutually loving. Zoophilia is “more common among people who grow up on farms, and it’s also more common among people who have social interaction difficulties,” Lehmiller explains.”They might gravitate toward an animal partner rather than a human partner.”


Considered by some to be a subset of zoophilia, according to Lehmiller, formicophilia involves arousal “dependent upon small insects or creatures crawling on the body, especially the genital area, sometimes biting or stinging in the process.”

Lehmiller says he hasn’t seen too much research into formicohpilia, but what’s available has mentioned ants, cockroaches, snails, and bees as possible sources of erotic pleasure.

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Appeal after rape of man on Clapham Common

Detectives investigating the rape of a man on Clapham Common are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.

At around midnight on Wednesday, 30 June, a man in his early 30s was raped in a wooded area at the western edge of the Common, which is opposite The Avenue (A205).

It is believed that two men were present at the time of the assault which was reported to police in the past week.

It was dark and no other information about the men is available.

Detective Sergeant Ross Burrell, investigating, said: “We are determined to identify the person or persons responsible for this horrific crime and seek justice for the victim.

“A significant period of time has passed since the attack occurred but we still think there will be people out there with information that could help.

“We want to hear from anyone who was out on the Common that night and saw or heard anything suspicious. We want to hear from anyone who has seen two men in the area, either before or after this incident, acting suspiciously or doing anything which has raised concerns.

“It does not matter why you were in the area. You can be assured that officers will make no judgements and will treat any information you provide sensitively. Your information, no matter how small, could be vital. Please make that call.”

Anyone with information should call 101, providing the crime reference Cad 7542/17Aug.

Information can also be provided to the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, by calling 0800 555 111.

They will never ask your name and cannot trace your call. If you choose to visit their website, they cannot trace your IP address either.

Officers are treating this as an isolated incident at this stage, but they will maintain an open mind as their investigation progresses.

OnlyFans to ban all “sexually explicit” content

OnlyFans has announced that it will block “sexually explicit” content starting in October. In an effort to raise money from investors and satisfy banking industry demands, the site is killing the main reason users visit.

Many of OnlyFans’ content producers are sex workers, allowing them to charge subscribers a monthly fee for videos of photos. But OnlyFans is responsible for billing and distributing payments, putting them at odds with the banking industry.

Tumblr, another social media site hoping to raise funds by going family-friendly, decided to ban “adult content” in 2018 and traffic plummeted. Just a year after the ban on adult content, Tumblr’s value plummeted from over $1 billion to a mere $3 million.

Both OnlyFans and Tumblr were popular with queer content creators and have been credited with making sex work safer for LGBTQ people.

The company says users will still be able to post nude photos and videos as long as they are consistent with OnlyFans’ policies but gave no further information on what those policies will be.

Federal and state law surrounding sex work is still punitive and while legislation is often intended to protect sex workers, it tends to drive sex work further into the dark. The murky distinction is challenging for financial institutions and investors have shied away.

“In order to ensure the long-term sustainability of our platform, and the continue to host an inclusive community of creators and fans, we must evolve our content guidelines,” OnlyFans said.

Craigslist and other sites have been forced to remove personal ad sections that allowed users to solicit sexual partners in response to changes in federal law. RentBoy and other sites that facilitated sex work have been shut down by the federal government over the past few years.

RentBoy allowed gay and bisexual men to advertise sexual services. CEO Jeffrey Hurant was arrested, along with six of his employees, in 2015. He cut a deal with prosecutors and pled guilty to “promoting prostitution”; he was sentenced to six months in prison.

Meet The Drag Race Season 3 Queens, Out of Drag

Drag Race UK returns in September – and with it, an array of made-up faces that often transcend the limits of ‘make-up’ altogether (watch out for Charity Kase).

But in the run-up to a new series, it’s easy to forget we’ll soon be just as acquainted with the stars out of drag as in. In fact, we’d wager a bet we often see more of the former!

And while there’s always debate over who’s ‘trade of the season’, this time, it’s seriously impossible to call. They’re all gorgeous

From the show’s first cis woman competitor to the contestant who favours cosmetics in and out of character, meet the class of Drag Race UK series three, both on and off-duty…

Scarlett Harlett – 26, East London

“Scarlett is a beautiful woman, with movie-star looks. She’s a glamorous diva and when she talks, she’s a proper mouthy, cheeky cockney. She’s like Danny Dyer in drag!

“Representation really does matter to me. I have come from nothing. I grew up on a council estate and I feel so proud to have landed myself in one of the biggest shows in the UK right now. I want people to know you can make a banquet out of scraps. I am doing this for the Isle of Dogs!”

River Medway – 23, Kent

“I love to sing live, and I love musical theatre. Some people do drag to be looked at, like a model. That’s fine, but for me, I want to have a connection with an audience member.

“I want them to get to know me and I want to get to know them, because that is when people really fall in love with you and for me that’s the best part.”

Krystal Versace – 19, Kent

“I’ve been doing drag professionally for almost two years since I was 17. I started dabbling with makeup when I was about 13. It was all trial and error really. At the time, boys wearing make-up was becoming a big thing. I practiced so much, and perfected my art, and drag just felt like the natural next step. “My first time in drag was so overwhelming because it was the first time, I’d been around other queens, but I just felt like I’d fallen into something so magical. I knew that I needed to keep doing drag for the rest of my life!”


Kitty Scott-Claus – 29, Birmingham

“I’d say sewing is my weakness. I can get by but I’m not the kind of gal who can construct a couture garment from scratch. And if they make me do a make-over I’m out. I can do my own face but not other people!

“I tried to do it on my friend, and it was horrendous. But this is the Olympics of Drag. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I don’t want to waste a single second feeling nervous.”

Ella Vaday – 32, Dagenham

“I like to be larger than life. My drag is the feminine side of me, which as a male actor I’ve never been allowed to show, so it’s two fingers up to everyone who has ever told me I must look like a leading man. Now, I am both the lead man and the lead woman!

“As a trained actor and dancer, with a long West End career behind me, I am a very experienced performer. I trained at Bird College and left in 2008. My first job was backing dancing on X Factor for Eoghan Quigg and I also did backing dancing for Olly Murs on X Factor too.”

Elektra Fence – 29, Burnley Lancs

“Elektra’s look is camp meets glam with a bit of low-fashion thrown in for good measure. Think Pamela Anderson on the school run!

“I am inspired by northern warrior-women like Bet Lynch and Jane McDonald – hence my obsession with leopard print! But also by strong, glamorous ladies, like Miley Cyrus, Kris Jenner and Madonna!”

Charity Kase, 24, Lancashire

“[I’ve] doing drag for five years. A few years ago, I gave myself a ‘365 days of drag’ challenge, which really kick-started my drag career. It was my way of developing my make-up skills and trying to get as good as possible. By the end of it, I was getting bookings all over the world, so I carried on and here we are today!

“I’ve performed in Tokyo, New York, Boston, Paris, Amsterdam, Milan and Bologna and most of Europe! I just love what I do and I wouldn’t wish to spend my time doing anything else. It’s my life.”

Choriza May – 30, Newcastle

I think I’m a funny queen. I love making people laugh. Also, I’m very emotional, and I love connecting with people through my art. I’m also a graphic designer and illustrator so I’m very creative.

“In fact, as a fan of Drag Race, I’ve created lots of fan art, and now it’s hard to believe I’m on the show! It’s just wonderful!”

Anubis – 19, Brighton

“Not to brag or anything, but I do have quite a wide skill set. I’ve got the vocals, I got the dance moves, I got the comedy… so I really think I’m a bit of a threat!

“My mum and my nan are the big inspirations for me. A lot of my drag persona is based on my grandma, she’s an absolute legend. She’s really wacky with a really kind heart. She raised me, and so she is partly responsible for the craziness that is me, Anubis.”

Victoria Scone – 27, Cardiff

“I am a Pompey girl originally but I moved to Cardiff, which was where I fully established my drag career. So Victoria is very much a Cardiff girl!

“I am very much inspired by traditional drag, pantomime, and the older Welsh queens. People like Ceri Dupree have really inspired me. I like to mix my traditional drag with fashion and blur the lines of panto, fashion and costume.”

Veronica Green – 35, Rochdale

“My sister, Veronica, is the inspiration for me and my outfits, and she’s had to fend off all of her work colleagues, asking for my autograph and video messages.

“Veronica’s had a bit of second-hand fame too, which she loves. My whole family has been so supportive, I couldn’t ask for more of them.

Vanity Milan, 29, London

“I am competitive. I believe if you put your mind to it, and you put the blood, sweat, and tears, the hard work and dedication behind it, you can be somebody! But that doesn’t mean you have to take other people down to get there.

“I’m nice and I’m real. I always work hard. If I fail, I try and try again, and if I put my mind to it, I can do anything. I’ve worked really hard to be here, and my eye is on the prize…”