Journalist Gets Creamed
New York Magazine Writer Corey Levitan decided to do some on the job training when he covered what it’s like to be a sploshing fetish star. And, where better to find this out than Las Vegas.
He meets up with fetish porn star Olivia Rose who’s a voluptuous red head that stands at five-foot-four. Corey starts the article in his underwear in her Vegas living room and he’s dripping with shaving cream because Olivia has pied him in the face eight times. The filmed clip, “Journalist Gets Creamed” is on her Clips4Sale store for $8.99 and will be watched by hundreds of guys who get off on sploshing.
The fetish itself is either referred to as WAM (wet and messy) or sploshing. It’s basically smearing food, a liquid, or sticky substance all over a person’s body. One man’s mess is another man’s turn on.
He wants to immediately wipe it off or even jump in the shower but the director tells him to leave it on and let it cling. Apparently, the cling factor is very important in this fetish. Despite the fact Corey was pied, the viewers will know it’s shaving cream in the pie tins, and not pie or whip cream.
If It Exists, There Is Porn Of It
Rose’s Clips4Sale store has over 500 of these types of features that run about 10 minutes long. Her clips not only have WAM but other fetishes you’ve probably never heard of, like dirty scrunched tube socks, full blast gassing, and chewing all the gum (all pretty self explanatory). And while you or I might not find this arousing, many people do. The phrase “If it exists, there is porn of it — no exceptions” is definitely the case here. Rose also makes customs, special request videos specifically meeting a customers’ needs/fetishes. Even Rose is amazed at some of the fetishes she encounters.
She takes special requests from regular customers, and the variety of fetishes never ceases to astonish her. One guy wanted her to vacuum and paid her to do that, which worked out brilliantly since she needed to clean the living room anyway. Another guy was into sliced cheese and wanted her to tear it in tiny pieces and specifically requested American cheese.
The American Psychiatric Association definition of a fetish is being reliant on non-living objects or non-genital body parts to get aroused and/or satisfied. Popular scientific theories explain this phenomenon as a cross-wiring of the brain sex center and adjacent regions that control other body parts and emotions.
Rose’s theory is that fetishes are more than likely nonsexual activities that people encounter during childhood that can be pleasant or unpleasant and become sexual during puberty. An example would be your parents telling you not to play with your food would be how sploshing could come about as a fetish for a person.
Rose has a psychology degree which helps her in this line of work, but she probably makes more doing this than she could in that field. She easily makes six figures and could make even a grand off one person for one custom clip. Rose has built her audience and fan base and they love what she does.
It’s All in the Details
Rose is deciding between wearing a bikini and bra or a blue dress for the clip she’s filming with writer Corey. The floors and walls are lined with plastic for easy clean up after the scene. Now, it’s time to come up with a story line. The one they choose is he’s a reporter for a magazine interviewing Rose, but he must get pied first. Definitely a case of life imitating art.
Corey describes the first pie like a Three Stooges movie. He has to leave it on his face for 30 seconds but ends up taking it off after panicking about breathing the shaving cream into his lungs.
By the fourth pie, he’s a pro and knows to quickly clear his nostrils of the shaving cream. And around pie seven or eight, he even starts getting aroused. He can’t figure out what is turning him on and thinks maybe it’s because he’s in his underwear and the girls are dressed or maybe it’s a reminder of the cover of an album his parents had as a kid.
A 2011 study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine says that 24.5 percent of men engage in fetishism and 30 percent fantasize about it. The World Health Organization says fetishes are common and aren’t considered an issue unless they impede normal sex or causes distress. Now, that’s some food for thought.
Corey’s video he makes with Rose ends up being a top selling video on Clips4Sale’s Wet & Messy fetish category. Not bad for a novice!
Read theNew York Magazine article here: http://nymag.com/betamale/2016/05/my-life-as-a-sploshing-fetish-star.html