In an obviously misguided attempt at mocking the playoff structure of the NCAA tournament, we’re inviting readers to enjoy matchups of actual fetishes in a voter-powered tournament, culminating in April with the Nasty Fetish Final Four. That tournament continues today with Round One action. Remember, you’re voting for what you consider the more nasty fetish.
Literal Meaning: “A sexual fetish and sub-genre where a female kicks or grabs a male by the balls and begins to squeeze and twist the testicles to gain a sense of power over him by having his genitals at her mercy. Some tamakeri fetishists report that they prefer to see kicks that resound with a hearty slap. Pornographic tamakeri videos cater primarily to masochistic men for whom the idea of getting their testicles kicked is sexually stimulating, at least in fantasy, though the genre has some female following.”
What The Intarwebs Say: “FINALLY!!!! The ‘always sick’ Japanese men are asking for it after all this while that they have degraded and abused their female kind sexually – it is time for justice! Two Thumbs up for the sicko who invented this! It’s Kick balls time mama!”
Notable Advocates: Gene Hackman, Hank Azaria, Kurt Stillwell
Literal Meaning: When a woman wears a strap-on and penetrates a man.
What Wiki Says: “The origin of the neologism ‘pegging’ was a winning entry in a June 21, 2001, contest in Dan Savage’s Savage Love sex advice column. In the column, it was a specifically heterosexual term; the competition was held after an observation was made that there was no common name for the practice of females penetrating heterosexual men with a dildo.”
Notable Advocates: Ray Bourque, Seth McFarlane, Todd McFarlane