Fetish Quotes

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Cassandra Clare
“I have a fetish for damsels in distress.”
“Don’t be sexist.”
“Not at all. My services are also available to gentlemen in distress. It’s an equal opportunity fetish.”
Cassandra Clare, City of Glass

Ernest Cline
“I watched a lot of YouTube videos of cute geeky girls playing '80s cover tunes on ukuleles. Technically, this wasn't part of my research, but I had a serious cute-geeky-girls-playing-ukuleles fetish that I can neither explain nor defend.”
Ernest Cline, Ready Player One

Tiffany Reisz
“S&M is as psychological as it is physical and sexual, Zach. Imagine being as deep inside a woman’s mind as you are inside her body.”
Tiffany Reisz, The Siren

Fran Lebowitz
“If your sexual fantasies were truly of interest to others, they would no longer be fantasies.”
Fran Lebowitz

Lisa Kleypas
“Was this some new level of depravity? Had he developed a spinster fetish?”
Lisa Kleypas, Married by Morning

Jess C. Scott
“Tie me up, please..." Chantal said. They looked above at some vines and roots hanging down from the grassy area above the depression in the canal they were standing in. She was in his hands—he had to comply.

A little bit of kink was one of the most delicious of erotic pleasures. Catholic school girls were often the horniest—Brett could hardly contain his elation.”
Jess C Scott, Catholic School Girls Rule

Karl Kraus
“There is no more unhappy being under the sun than a fetishist who pines for a boot and has to content himself with an entire woman.”
Karl Kraus

Ernest Cline
“I had a serious cute-geeky-girls-playing-ukuleles fetish that I can neither explain nor defend.”
Ernest Cline, Ready Player One

“Irony serves as an alibi for a fetish.”
Nathaniel Wing, The Limits of Narrative: Essays on Baudelaire, Flaubert, Rimbaud and Mallarme

“Repress the natural and it comes back even stronger: not everyone can be a fetishist”
Philippe Lejeune

Matt Fraction
“You're into what you're into, I'm into what I'm into. We don't have to be into the same shit, and if you're safe, sane, and happy, then go on and get you some.”
Matt Fraction, Sex Criminals: Volume Three: Three the Hard Way

Sarah J. Maas
“Helion braced a hand on the door frame and grinned.
"How'd you convince Thesan to give you the better view?"
"He finds my males to be prettier than your, i think."
" I think it's a wing fetish”
Sarah J. Maas, A Court of Wings and Ruin

Dirty Archangel
“Some people are comfortable in hell, that`s why I crawled between your legs”
Dirty Archangel, Lust is my favorite sin: Dirty Archangel

“Perhaps we can conceive of the ironist as the fetishist's apprentice, reaching out for all readers, ensnaring them in a tangle of ambiguity, uncertainty and indecision from which there is no escape. Irony, quite possibly, makes fetishists of us all.”
Janet Beizer

“However, in fetishism the desired object is displaced; and in this context (“The Apparition” by Guy De Maupassant) it is the desiring object, so to speak. In other words, have we ever seen a boot in love with a fetishist?”
Philippe Lejeune

Boris Groys
“An author who integrates alien signs into the medial surface of his own texts—signs behind which we presume the existence of other powerful, submedial subjects “as authors”—does not increase the comprehensibility of that text. Yet nonetheless, he increases the magical effectiveness this text exudes. Such quotations lead us to presume that the text houses a dangerous, manipulative subject, a magician with enough power to manipulate the signs of other powerful magicians and able to use them strategically for his own purposes. Thus an author who quotes alien signs conveys a stronger impression of powerful authorship than one who ad- vocates precisely his so-called own ideas—which do not interest anybody precisely because they are only his own. It is also well known that one may not quote the same author too often, in which case quoting gradu- ally looses its magical power and begins to irritate the reader. The reason for this gradual decrease of a quote’s magical effectiveness is that it looses its strangeness over time and gets integrated into the medial surface of a text, thereby becoming a proper part of it. In order to maintain their magical effect, quotes have to be exchanged constantly so as to continue to maintain the same appearance of foreignness and freshness. The quote functions as a magical fetish that lends the entire text a hidden, submedial power beyond its superficial meaning.”
Boris Groys, Under Suspicion: A Phenomenology of Media

anti.blackness: black is non.
fetish: black non ness is. fascination. taboo. obsession. necessary
exotic: the act of making black non ness acceptable. touchable.
anti.blackness: black is non.
— the box circle”
Nayyirah Waheed, Nejma

“I know...but just the same" – this is Octave Mannoni's formulation of the structure of the fetish, and more generally of fetishistic thinking. The fetishist knows that an old, cherished belief is false but nonetheless continues to believe it. The nonetheless is not articulated, it is the fetish.”
Janet Beizer
tags: fetish

Colleen Chen
“A room—full of detached feet—like hundreds of them. Maybe thousands! And I saw the king in there. He was having an orgy with them. It was the most horrible thing I’ve ever seen. Like a bunch of insects crawling all over his naked body. Except they weren’t insects.”
Colleen Chen, Dysmorphic Kingdom

Tim Pratt
“Everything is somebody’s fetish.”
Tim Pratt, The Wrong Stars
tags: fetish

Sol Luckman
“fetish: (n.) anything, such as the stock market, falsely believed by primitive peoples to possess divine, magical or supernatural qualities.”
Sol Luckman, The Angel's Dictionary

“She slowly lowers her hips to an eager tongue that starts to suck and drink the sugar dripping from her warmth.”
Bat Maxwell, The Color of Honey

“you want a romance with my blackness.
and how it holds you.
how it illuminates your skin. makes you break your
breath. against itself.
and how is this possible.
when your world has never made you breath. not once. ever. but
my blackness
you think about yourself. in a way you have never. and you are
open. a question. alive. and now
my blackness is your first love.
you are convinced it is. showing you what your eyes could
‘never’ see before. a ‘world’ bigger. brighter. dark. dusky
wild. unashamed of itself. rebellious.
and it’s cosmic. your relationship with how the night rolls off me
into your hands.
you and my blackness are soul mates.
you met so
you could learn. more. expand.
because you always knew you were not like the others. who made
sure they ate one white thing every day.
no. you
always uncomfortable with yourself.
you wear my culture around your neck. bask in and praise its
jewels. pick it up on days when you want
put it
when it starts
to stain. (you don’t want to be disrespectful and take more than
you should. you just want to be a part of
something so beautiful.)
my blackness came to save you.
came to help you escape. the clutches of racism. of having that
beast anywhere inside you. around you.
next to you.
your comfort. intimacy. proximity.
with my blackness
confirms. and affirms.
your nonracism. your lack of hate.
it is this heady trip. this painful awesome tryst. that brings you.
flushed and moon eyed. to my door
with thank yous. and
i love yous. you have taught me to be a better person. you have
changed my life.
this was never a relationship.
i have no idea who you are.
and i laugh
incredulous and insulted.
at the notion
my blackness could ever be your first love. that my blackness is
your freedom.
that my blackness is yours.
— fetish”
Nayyirah Waheed, Nejma

“I have a dress fetish.”
Serena Deena

Edoardo B.
“Pensai alle innumerevoli frasi scritte sotto i video delle canzoni d’amore, fra-si rivolte alla persona amata e ormai persa con cui non si trascorrerà più il tem-po assieme. Pensai a quanto si ama invano nella vita. Con tutto l’amore non cor-risposto, se trasformato in energia, si potrebbero illuminare le città.”
Edoardo B., Dal profondo di me stesso

Edoardo B.
“Pensai a quanto si ama invano nella vita. Con tutto l’amore non corrisposto, se trasformato in energia, si potrebbero illuminare le città.”
Edoardo B., Dal profondo di me stesso

“My ex-boyfriend, the submissive, introduced me to cuckolding, and I found it satisfying in a way that I think surpassed his fetish-fueled expectations. Do you know what cuckolding is, Pete?' April asked as her hand moved a few inches up his thigh.”
Becca Bellamy, Serving the Cuckoldress Next Door

“That Man is presented as a blind geologic force, such as volcanic eruptions or variations in solar radiation, is an expression of the naturalized or fetishized form of social relations that is prevalent in capitalism.”
Daniel Cunha

Antonella Gambotto-Burke
“Fetishism, then, is a nondeclarative narrative – a means of sharing pain, of being heard.”
Antonella Gambotto-Burke, Apple: Sex, Drugs, Motherhood and the Recovery of the Feminine

J.G. Ballard
“This pool of vomit with its clots of blood like liquid rubies, as viscous and discreet as everything produced by Catherine, still contains for me the essence of the erotic delirium of the car-crash, more exciting than her own rectal and vaginal mucus, as refined as the excrement of a fairy queen, or the minuscule globes of liquid that formed beside the bubbles of her contact lenses. In this magic pool, lifting from her throat like a rare discharge of fluid from the mouth of a remote and mysterious shrine, I saw my own reflection, a mirror of blood, semen and vomit, distilled from a mouth whose contours only a few minutes before had drawn steadily against my penis.”
J.G. Ballard, Crash

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