Aquaphilia (fetish)

Aquaphilia (literally "water lover" from the Latin aqua and Greek φιλειν (philein)) is a form of sexual fetishism that involves images of people swimming or posing underwater, and sexual activity in or under water.[1][2][3][4][5]


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