In the spring of , Shaun had just broken up with a boyfriend, and his roommate had moved out. Living alone for the first time and relieved of the fear that someone might walk in the door, he was finally able to indulge his fantasy. The young man sat on his couch and started blowing up balloons. Shaun had loved playing with balloons since he was a child. When he hit puberty, he felt his first orgasm rubbing against a balloon. It was then that his relationship with the object took on a new meaning. But now he found himself in the privacy and intimacy of his small, two-bedroom San Jose apartment.
Hello to everyone! Lyra Looner has just made more than a hundred videos for us! And this clip is a reminder of how she started to make blow to pops for us! She makes explode two of them in this amazing video and the result was incredible! She knows how to neck a big balloon and you will appreciate her skills! She started by a green one that got really massive at her lips with a neck that was fully inflated while she was pushing more and more air inside, because she really desired to make it go boom while she was sited in a yoga ball! The second one got slightly smaller but the neck was amazing to!
But not all of them are sexually aroused by the sight. Many people, including myself, need a little more action. Some experience pleasure, for example, when they're blowing up a balloon. Others like popping balloons and then there are others who only become aroused by physical contact with balloons and essentially use them as sex toys. If I sit on a balloon, the intense pressure and rubbing really turns me on.
It's Kink Month at Allure, and we're talking all about the niche fantasies and fetishes that get people off. What comes to mind when you hear the word "balloon"? Perhaps it's a birthday party or dance floor filled with balloons, the movie It , or a memory from a childhood birthday party, or maybe you noticed Jemima Kirke wore a dress depicting the word "looner" to the Met Gala and wondered what that means. For some folks, a balloon is an erotic object — a source of much pleasure and delight. The balloon fetish community calls themselves "looners," and they demonstrate the many shapes sexuality and kink come in. While it's difficult to pinpoint exactly when balloon kinks hit the scene, it's likely it happened as soon as people had access to them, which happened around , when a London-based scientist named Michael Faraday invented rubber balloons. The next year, Faraday partnered with a rubber company to sell make-your-own-balloon kits. In the book Deviant Desires: A Tour of the Erotic Edge , published in , author Katharine Gates describes first learning of the fetish over 20 years ago through a website called Balloon Buddies. As with any kink, there is no one-size-fits-all model for looners.