Fetishism

Fetishism

1. The doctrine or practice of belief in fetiches.

2. (Science: psychiatry) a condition in which inanimate objects are utilised as a preferred or exclusive method of stimulating erotic arousal. Excessive devotion to one object or one idea; abject superstition; blind adoration.

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