New Film About Fetishes is Full of Kink and Laughs

The Little Death is a new Australian comedy by writer/director/actor Josh Lawson that’s full of kinky sexual fetishes and hilarious scenarios. The film intertwines stories that revolve around five fetishes: rape fantasy, role play, dacryphilia (crying fetish), somnophilia (sleeping fetish), and telephone scatologia (obscene phone call fetish). The scenarios are absurd, funny, and clever—in one of them, a deaf man uses a Skype sign language interpreter to call a phone sex line!

While writing the script, the filmmaker created several scandalous scenarios for other fetishes that didn’t end up making it in the final cut (one involving dendrophilia, or a sexual attraction to trees). But the most interesting thing about the film is how it doesn’t moralize or shame any of the characters for their kinky tastes. It also doesn’t shy away from explicit language and subject matter. Lawson said of fetishists, “No matter how weird and wonderful we think we are, we all deserve love in a way that makes sense to us.” Amen to that!

Want to celebrate the right to be kinky? We’re all about weird and wonderful scenarios here!

Check out more about The Little Death here.

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