About the Intoxication Fetish


What is a Fetish?
fetish is defined by wikitionary as:
Something nonsexual, such as an object or a part of the body which arouses sexual desire or is necessary for one to reach full sexual satisfaction.

What is the Intoxication Fetish (I.F.)?
The object that arouses sexual desire in those who have an intoxication fetish is the pleasurable effects the drug or drinking has on the person. People with the intoxication fetish enjoy the pleasurable alteration and change of the drinker's or drug taker's mind and body -- whether the intoxication occurs involuntarily or voluntarily. In short, it's fantasizing about a person pleasurably falling under the influence of a drug and the effects it has on that person's mind, body, and actions.  A fetish usually stems from childhood and is classically conditioned and shaped by many variables.

In general, there are two main types of intoxication fetishes: the drunk fetish and the drug fetish.

The Drunk Fetish
One example of an intoxication fetish is the drunk fetish. Sexual arousal occurs when seeing or reading about a person who has been drinking alcohol and is displaying signs of pleasant inebriation and drunkenness. These triggers specifically include:
  • impaired movements such as lack of balance and staggering when walking,
  • impaired or slurred speech,
  • half-lidded eyes and flush cheeks, 
  • a noticeable change in social behavior such as the decrease of the drinker's inhibitions, the decrease of the drinker's ability to make good judgments or think clearly that's associated with sobriety, 
  • the taboo nature of drinking to derive pleasure (seeing the drinker as a stereotypically sweet, innocent individual behaving in ways that are considered "bad" or "wrong" such as seeking, wanting, and enjoying pleasure from the alcohol intoxication whether this is initially on purpose by the intoxicated person or whether it's an accident (the person unknowingly becomes drunk, is encouraged to become drunk by another person, and/or is seduced by the effects of the drink as the effects are felt), and 
  • the increase of the drinker's sexual appetite.
The Drug Fetish
Another example of an intoxication fetish is the drug fetish. Like the drunk fetish, sexual arousal occurs when seeing or reading about a person who has been taking drugs and is displaying signs of that drug's effects. While fetishes range from drug to drug (since the effects on the person change depending on which drug is ingested), in general, the triggers are similar to the drunk fetish:

  • a change in the drug taker's coordination or body movements based on the effects of the ingested drug, 
  • a change in the drug taker's speech pattern,
  • visual changes to the drug taker's body such as dilated pupils, half-lidded and bloodshot eyes, flush cheeks, etc., 
  • a noticeable change in social behavior such as the decrease of the drinker's inhibitions, the decrease of the drinker's ability to make good judgments or think clearly that's associated with sobriety, 
  • the illegal and/or taboo nature of taking drugs to derive pleasure (seeing the drug taker as a stereotypically sweet, innocent individual behaving in ways that are considered "bad" or "wrong" such as seeking, wanting, and enjoying pleasure from the alcohol intoxication whether this is initially on purpose by the intoxicated person or whether it's an accident (the person unknowingly becomes high/stoned, is encouraged to become drunk by another person, and/or is seduced by the effects of the drug as the effects are felt),  and 
  • the increase of the drinker's sexual appetite.
Common Elements

The person with the intoxication fetish may or may not engage in alcohol or drugs.
The person with the intoxication fetish may or may not engage in the object that triggers sexual arousal. Some people may not engage in alcohol consumption or drug use, while others may be sexually aroused by their own intoxication.

The intoxication fetish varies based on a number of things such as:
  • the person's own experience with the drug that elicits the sexual arousal, 
  • lack of experience with the drug that elicits the arousal,
  • the loss of inhibitions and control associated with the drug, 
  • in the case of those who do indulge in alcohol or drug ingestion, the actual effects of the drug on the person, or 
  • taboos and morays surrounding the drug that elicits the sexual arousal.

The intoxication fetish is about the pleasure the intoxicant provides.
Because the intoxication fetish is about the pleasurable effects of the alcohol or drugs consumed by the person, the intoxication fetish has the following characteristics:

  • The intoxication fetish does not necessarily involve sex or sexual activity. The intoxication fetish focuses on the act and pleasure of getting intoxicated. Sexual activity is secondary.  
  • The intoxication fetish is NOT about using alcohol or drugs to force or coerce sex. The intoxication fetish is not about using alcohol or drugs to force sex or coerce someone into sexual activity against his or her will. A consistent theme within the intoxication fetish is that the person who gets intoxicated is willing to be intoxicated or, if not necessarily willing, is seduced into intoxication. By "seduced", the person who gets intoxicated is enticed or lured away from his or her accepted and proper principles, behavior, or conduct and is a participant of the consequences that may or may not occur due to the person's intoxicated actions.  In both cases, the person enjoys the inebriation.  
Additional Triggers
Additionally, for the person with the intoxication fetish, the triggers associated with ingesting a particular drug that leads to intoxication may become sexualized. For instance, with marijuana, the act of smoking may also come to trigger sexual arousal.

What Other Fetishes are Related?
Due to the triggers inherent in the intoxication fetish, persons with intoxication fetish often have other fetishes as well. There is overlap. In general, there are five themes to the intoxication fetish that trigger additional fetishes. These are:
  • The associated imagery associated with the ingestion of the drug.
  • The drinker or drug taker's enjoyment of receiving pleasure from the drink or drugs.
  • The short-term alteration and change of the drinker or drug taker's mind and body whether involuntarily or voluntarily.
  • The impairment the drinker or drug taker's judgment, change in character and morals, and the decrease in inhibitions.
  • Long-term effects to the drinker or drug taker's body or mind over time.
The associated imagery associated with the ingestion of the drug.
Triggers associated with ingesting a particular drug - chugging, pipes, bongs, needles, etc. - that leads to the drinker or drug taker's intoxication may become sexualized. Since many drugs involve smoking, many people with intoxication fetish are also into the popular smoking fetish (Smoking Fetish Forum).

The drinker or drug taker's enjoyment of receiving pleasure from the drink or drugsAs the effects of the intoxication are felt by the person and enjoyed, they often seek out more drink or drugs to continue to feel or heighten their pleasure. The drink and drugs "taking over" the person's judgment in this specific way - to get even more drunk, high, or stoned - is a common theme to intoxication fetish.

In addition, because of the taboo nature of using drink and drugs as a way to pleasure oneself, it's seen as a vice or sin by society. However, there are some people who, while sober, actively flaunt or counter this societal notion and purposely seek out and publicly declare they enjoy getting drunk, high, or stoned (such as youtubers who film themselves binge drinking or getting high). In the intoxication fetish world, this drink and drug hedonism is usually coupled with being more open and free about pleasure in general - including one's sexuality. Therefore, hedonistic-related fetishes that are related include: hedonismgirls-gone-wildand exhibitionism.

The impairment the drinker or drug taker's judgment, change in character and morals, and the decrease in inhibitions.
Because the intoxicating element impairs a person's mind judgment and decreases inhibitions, the drinker or drug taker can end up doing things they don't normally do while sober. This oftentimes revolves around their sexuality (their libido takes over). Other morally-related fetishes that are related include: mind control (MCStoriesMCForum), good-girls-gone-badseduction, and bimboization.


The short-term alteration and change of the drinker or drug taker's mind and body whether involuntarily or voluntarily.
Because the intoxication fetish revolves around the short-term alteration and change of the person's mind and body whether involuntarily or voluntarily of the drinker or drug taker, any other fetishes that trigger or are related to such effects may also be manifest in the intoxication fetish. Some of these related fetishes nclude: hypnosis, sleepy, passed out, and hiccups.

Long-term effects to the drinker or drug taker's body or mind over time.
While much of the intoxication fetish is about the short-term effects of a person feeling the effects of the alcohol or drugs that person took, another set of related fetishes involve the long-term effects of alcohol and drug intake on the drinker or drug taker's mind and body. This involves the effects drinking and drug intake does to the person over time and the lack of self-control or desire to doing anything about it. Related fetishes to this include: addiction,  body transformation, weight loss, and weight gain (bbw)

The Intoxication Fetish Community

No one knows the exact size of the population that has the intoxication fetish. Online, the size of the community is rather small in relation to other fetishes such as those that objectify a part of the body.

The known intoxication fetish community generally likes to gather to seek out and share videos, photos, and stories of intoxicated women with one another. In the past, the home for content related to this fetish was the Girls Under The Influence site (also known as GUI), which closed down at the end of 2009, and PartyIsland420, which closed down in the summer of 2011. The current home of the intoxication fetish community is now located at the Girls Getting Wasted Forum.vThe GGW Forum is structured into subforums based on the category of drug, such as alcohol, drugs (everything that's not alcohol), and smoking. 

Videos
Videos of intoxicated women usually center on mainstream films, professional or semi-professional niche films, or amateur videos. For mainstream films, individual scenes from films that feature drunken women, such as The Days of Wine and Roses, featuring an inebriated Lee Remick, or drug use, such as Requiem for a Dream, featuring an intoxicated Jennifer Connelly are sought. Sites such as The Good Scenes (Redux) list and review movies and television shows that feature the best intoxication scenes.

There is a small number of professional and semi-professional niche filmmakers that specialize in women getting intoxicated such as Jocelyn Dean or sites like TheyDrunk.

With the advent of YouTube, amateur videos in which women indulge in drinking or drug use are sought. These usually range from home movies of parties where women are already under the influence or video journals of women filming themselves getting intoxicated.

Photos, Illustrations, and Comics
Still photographs of women appearing intoxicated, with half-lidded eyes and evidence of alcohol use or drug taking, are also collected and shared.

With the advent of the internet, photos of girls drinking booze, beer, wine, and other forms of alcohol at parties or in their daily lives have been plentiful. Sites that promote the legalization of marijuana or other drugs produce content of women smoking marijuana, hash, and ganja out of bongs, pipes, or other drug paraphernalia.

Certain niche porn sites also cater to those with intoxication fetishes by creating and selling access to photos or photo series in which a model becomes increasingly inebriated or engages in drug use.


Additionally, photos of celebrities, models, or porn stars are manipulated or "photoshopped" and transformed into photos appropriate for the intoxication fetish community. For instance, models are morphed to have half-lidded and bloodshot eyes, drugged smiles, and flush cheeks. Additionally, evidence of drug use such as beer, wine, hard liquor bottles or other drug paraphernalia such as pipes, bongs, pills, needles, etc. are added.

Because part of the arousal stems from seeing or reading about a person becoming progressively intoxicated, illustrated stories, photo series, or comics of intoxicated women and behavior are popular within the community.

Stories
Stories are often collected or written that involve the intoxication of the main character, sometimes leading to sexual activity. Those stories that revolve around the intoxication fetish often involve typed speech that imitates slurred drunken or drugged speech.

Most follow a pattern of seven distinct stages:

1. The Temptation
2. The "Moment"
3. Wanting More
4. Feigning Control
5. Total Intoxication
6. Sex and Wanton Behavior
7. The Corruption


Because the intoxication fetish is a niche, most stories that have been written involve some other related fetish with intoxication as only a subpart of the story. Popular writers that focus on the intoxication fetish include Dunsel, Manticore, Stanmaps, Superlush, Craig Bacardi, Lizzie, IceMasterTurok2, Miranda, Teresa, Amowat, and others. Many stories can be found within the GGW Forum. Community members are always writing or discovering new stories and posting them at the GGW Forum. Currently, the "best" intoxication fetish stories are archived and shared publicly at the GGW Stories which is updated periodically.

Artists

In addition, there are artists who specialise in creating content for the intoxication community.

Popular online artists within the community include the pioneer, Dunsel, who primarily specializes in creating artwork, movies, games, and illustrated stories of women under the influence of alcohol and Jonnie UK who specializes in plump women in tight dresses drinking to excess.

Another artist is Stanmaps who publishes a blog called Girls Getting Wasted that features artwork, videos, comics, and stories of women (often with large breasts) under the influence.


More Information
For more information about I.F., see the 1st Time Visitor FAQ, the GGW Forum, the GGW Blog, and related sites