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Old 10-Sep-18, 11:50
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Default Is mixed wrestling (or wrestling) strictly a male fetish?

Are there any women out there that this is their fetish? Winning/losing/stalemates/just fighting?
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Old 10-Sep-18, 14:25
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Default Re: Is mixed wrestling (or wrestling) strictly a male fetish?

I guess you could say my wife shares my fetish for wrestling

She really enjoys the c,ompetition
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Old 10-Sep-18, 14:34
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Default Re: Is mixed wrestling (or wrestling) strictly a male fetish?

Not really. I knew 2 girls who loved being competitive with the boys specially in wrestling. I have wrestled both of them many times and I have a decent record against them.
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Old 10-Sep-18, 15:04
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Default Re: Is mixed wrestling (or wrestling) strictly a male fetish?

A woman that likes to wrestle a man for the competition is different from fetish. That just means she's athletic and likes competition.

The real question is: do any women get sexually excited from wrestling men?
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Old 10-Sep-18, 15:31
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Default Re: Is mixed wrestling (or wrestling) strictly a male fetish?

My wife definatley gets physically aroused during our matches

That's half the fun of it
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Old 10-Sep-18, 17:25
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Default Re: Is mixed wrestling (or wrestling) strictly a male fetish?

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A woman that likes to wrestle a man for the competition is different from fetish. That just means she's athletic and likes competition.

The real question is: do any women get sexually excited from wrestling men?
This is a good way to frame the question. In my particular case, when I am training at my academy or competing in a tournament, my focus and mindset is 100 % in the the competitive aspect of the sport, even when I roll/spar in class with a young handsome guy, my mind/senses are in the technique -how to defend his attacks, how to reach a better position to set-up an attack etc- and there is not sexual thought... Now, in a session or when having an intimate encounter with a partner, my mindset is different and my senses are ready for sensual gratification, then I enjoyed the wrestling foreplay, the dominance, being in charge, the body proximity, the squeezing, the smell of skin, the breathing and it does turn me on, specially if there is good chemistry between both of us.
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Default Re: Is mixed wrestling (or wrestling) strictly a male fetish?

I don't know about being a fetish. I knew a number of girls and they enjoyed wrestling just for the enjoyment of the wrestling and they wrestled other women for example. In terms of wrestling guys, some of them did without being in a relationship and with apparently no sexual overtones. There was a guy who wrestled with several gals, he was smaller, like 5' 5" he was more gymnast like, and he was like one of the gals to them, they wrestled him each other, never saw any other interactions.

Now when I wrestled with one of the gals (who I dated), it could be competitive if we decided it was going to be, but being in a relationship also meant that there was a component even if it was behind the scenes that was sexual. Now I DID wrestle with her roommates as well, she was there, and for me it was mostly not sexual, I mean, one of them would have been someone I'd have been interested in if it weren't for dating the other girl, but that was the way it was, and I didn't get an erection or anything. But I normally didn't for the most part even with my then girlfriend, or any of them while we were really wrestling to be competitive. Now when it either evolved into foreplay or it started as foreplay, that was a different situation.

Point being I knew girls who wrestled (including guys) who did it for fun or on a lark, or for whatever reason. But it wasn't a "fetish", I never did know one who has a "fetish" like some guys here seem to have. Maybe some do, but I never met one that did, it was always either with a boyfriend or for sport.

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Are there any women out there that this is their fetish? Winning/losing/stalemates/just fighting?


A certain number of female subs may enjoy the feeling of a man dominating them on the ground.

But that's not just about wrestling -- they just like being dominated.

Since guys have to pay to have women dominate them in wrestling ... I guess that sorta answers how many women get turned on by defeating men.
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Old 10-Sep-18, 19:53
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A certain number of female subs may enjoy the feeling of a man dominating them on the ground.

But that's not just about wrestling -- they just like being dominated.

Since guys have to pay to have women dominate them in wrestling ... I guess that sorta answers how many women get turned on by defeating men.
It may be, that in our society (even the fetish one) women are not as free as men to express and find out their real desires. I know I didn't admit it, or pinpoint it, till my twenties. Men are "allowing themselves" to fulfill their fetish. Women, still, are not as free.
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A woman that likes to wrestle a man for the competition is different from fetish. That just means she's athletic and likes competition.

The real question is: do any women get sexually excited from wrestling men?
I guess there are two types of girls :

1- girls who like to dominate guys in a total domination situation while the guy is totally. almost all of the time the match will be noncompetitive

2-girls who enjoy to wrestle a guy competitively. they get turned on by
defeating that guy while he is putting effort and resistance. In that case, she feels more superior
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