Fixated Fetishists

I’ve been to med school. I started out with biology and then moved into psychology. The reasons why I don’t have a practice are talked about in my autobiography.

Abnormal psychology was an interesting study, especially when it delved into psychosexual fetishes. Running my own dungeon allowed me to study those on an up-close, personal level.

The fixations that some have ranged from tame to ludicrous to outright bizarre. One of the stranger fixations has to do with hair colour. I’ve noticed people being obsessive about that for most of my life.

“Gentlemen prefer blondes.” “Blondes have more fun.” “Brunettes are sexy and smart.” “Beware of the raven-haired.” “Don’t be so bold with yer dark hair and yer proud ways!” Many such sayings attach hair colour to personality.

I’ve dyed my hair in the past, but never a hue that looked unnatural. I would look silly as a blonde, for example, unless it was that platinum-silvery hue unique to Ororo. A well-made and well-styled wig would be sufficient in that regard, if I ever did an X-Men themed cosplay.

My personal preference has always been for dark-haired men. Only dated one blonde guy, and he was a piece of work. I’ve dated more baldies than blondies, if I think about it. Some red-haired guys look great, but only after the age of 21 or so.

That being said, people who obsess over such shallow nonsense are beyond boring. There’s far more to a person than the length or colour of their hair, especially since both can be faked. Anything and everything about one’s appearance can be altered.

The only thing those types of people can’t change is how ugly they really are underneath the dye, Botox, injections and implants. Then again, the people they attract aren’t concerned with real people with real personalities.

A fetish is merely an object, after all.

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