A to Z of fetishes: W is for weddings, wheelchairs and whips

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Short for Wet and Messy. And as the name suggests, it’s a fetish for getting people wet and messy through the use of food and/or drink – think custard, cream and other messy products. WAM is also known as food play or sploshing.

Wedding Fetish

A bride may be regarded as the archetypal virgin, and the white dress symbolising purity. Brides can often wear basques, corsets, stockings, thong and stiletto shoes which can be seen as the ultimate Feminine wear.


Wedgie fetishes have strong ties to the BDSM community, offering a form of domination over the person getting wedgied. It brings back feelings from teasing and bullying as a child, and wedgie fetish accounts will often involve teen roleplay and requests to be called a ‘nerd’.

Man giving himself a wedgie by hanging from a hook

Wellies / Wellington Boots

Sexual desire to wear wellington boots or enjoys others wearing wellington boots. Both rubber and the boots are seen as staples in BDSM fetish wear.

Wet clothes fetish

A wet clothes fetish is sometimes associated with urophilia: it’s a fetish for seeing other people in wet clothes, often professional clothes such as workwear. As fabrics become wet they become more clingy and in some cases more see-through.


This fetish describes a sexual preference for people who are in wheelchairs or enjoy being in a wheelchair. Being in a wheelchair can add to Dominant and submissive play, where the Dominant is the sole carer to look after the submissive in the wheelchair.


Whether it’s to punish someone or just for fun, you can never go wrong with a good whipping to teach a bitch boy who is in charge.


When the submissive male gets their penis handled by a wrist or wrists.

Some references made from Metro.co.uk A-Z

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