The fetish itself varies greatly from person to person, some people enjoy only the act of inflation itself or viewing members of the opposite sex inflating balloons, while others enjoy the act of popping by various means, while yet others simply find stimulation in the color, clarity, smell, tactile sense, sound, and movement of the balloon itself.
There are several known female balloon fetishists, however the vast majority is made up of men.
Is it the inflating, squeezing, sitting, humping or popping? Assuming you don’t have a latex allergy, balloons seem like a relatively low-maintenance fetish.
You don’t need special equipment, costumes or wee-wee pads.
Like many paraphilias, the origins of a balloon fetish are complex and vary between individuals, but may be explained as a form of sexual imprinting.
Many "looners" attribute their fetish to early sexual or pre-sexual experiences with balloons, often involving their being burst by members of the desirable sex.
This helps to explain why even non-poppers who have an intense phobia of balloons popping in non-sexual contexts may be aroused by the possibility within safe sexual contexts.
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