Claustrophilia

Claustrophilia

Claustrophilia is the opposite of claustrophoby.

The claustrophobes are those people who cannot stand narrow, closed, suffocating perimeters, which induce them the persistent and unbearable sensation of lack of space...

Claustrophiles instead (meaning those having the fetish of claustrophilia), cannot feel good otherwise, but in such spaces, where freedom of movement is restricted and (if possible) reduced to a minimum. Those ones are turned on by tight spaces.

In order to fulfill their desire, they generally use boxes, cages, bags or even certain "devices" specially designed and made to meet their needs, for example, the one called "vacuum bed" or "vacbed" (a type of soft platform, serving as a "bed", covered with a layer of latex, under which one or more persons can be slipped, breathing through a tube or tiny hole, after previously all existing air inside was extracted with a vacuum pump, related to the "system").

As in the case of many other extreme pleasures, here also may occur various risks associated with the lack of oxygen or uncomfortable approached positions. Introduced in the couple, though, sometimes the method can be beneficial, facilitating the closeness and qualitatively influencing the parties communication (given the radical reconversion of the idea of "personal space").

Nothing should be done, however, without a sense of measure and due attention.