What is it? And how is it done?
A sexual fetishism is defined as a sexual attraction to an object that plays a big role in his or hers sexuality. Virtually everyone has a fetish of some kind. It can be anything from feet, latex, lacquer and leather till the more bizarre as pimples, armpits, and – yes, balloons. As a balloon fetishist, there are certain parameters that varies from person to person. One of these parameters is whether they like popping balloons or not. In other words, all balloon fetishists can be divided into 3 main groups:
The non-popper hates to see and / or hear a balloon burst. A non-popper will typically have a phobia of balloons, but they can also just be so caring about their balloons that some of them will be directly unhappy and sad to see or hear a balloon burst.
Accidents will happen so long as the popping is unintentional. Once popping is intentional (popping normal, used, old, rescued, oxidized, etc.) then the person would be considered as a popper.
The poppers passion lies mainly in popping balloons and watching a partner of the opposite sex (or same sex for that matter) pop and sometimes “torturing” balloons in different ways.
Semi-popper (The Non-poppers experimentation stage)
The semi-popper is, as its name implies, a Non-popper that despite their discomfort in popping balloons likes to experiment with it, cause they are finding it a bit exciting . Common to all is that they typically have to manage the transition from non-popper to popper in their own pace.
In addition, all balloon fetishists have their own individual idea of the perfect balloon in terms of sizes, colors, shapes, and even motives.
Tips: -For inspiration I recommend watching “Balloon Porn Superstar”