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How has doujinshi and ero-manga affected your sexuality and fetishes in general?
Of course, there's the usual tropes (tomboy, genki girl, onee-san type, ...) which can give you some insights into personality types you wouldn't necessarily be aware of or attracted to before, but I'm thinking in particular of things like otokonoko (`traps') and futanari, or even a particularly nice yaoi doujin sometimes.
It feels like people in that demographic (H-manga consumers) have less apprehension when it comes to fap material outside their IRL orientation/attraction and such. Or maybe it is just 3D porn being boring and rehashed outside of niche communities? Everything popular is just straight-up vanilla.
Maybe it's due to drawings inherently being able to make anything look good. It's hard to differentiate between a doujin featuring two boys and a regular hetero one, sometimes, due to how feminized they can be. I guess that means we're more attracted to physical traits than anything else?
There's also the matter of "taboo" material, like incest, loli, and the likes, I suppose (though I think incest is mainstream amongst the masses now as well?).
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Is it possible to explain sexual fetishes without a pulling in any of the out-dated and largely useless Freudian framework?
And if one were to rank them what axes / criteria would be involved?