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Sthenolagnia is a fetish (related to female muscle growth) defined as 'sexual arousal from demonstration of strength or muscles'. The term was coined by the German psychologist Magnus Hirschfeld in the late 1800s. This fetish is found among both males and females, but there are a significant number of web sites (e.g. [http://www.repetrope.com and www.mostmuscular.com) that cater to the interests of men who are aroused by muscular men. This article concerns the concept of fetishism in anthropology. ... Female muscle growth (FMG) is a fantasy genre involving muscular growth of a woman. ... Magnus Hirschfeld Magnus Hirschfeld (Kolberg, May 14, 1868 - Nice, May 14, 1935) was a prominent German physician, sexologist, and gay rights advocate. ... Events and Trends Beginning of the Napoleonic Wars (1803 - 1815). ...


Some activities that might arouse these men include various types of lifts and carries that illustrate different aspects of male strength, muscle worship, masturbation, masturbation with other men over bodybuilding videos, etc.


A related fetish is cratolagnia, which is sexual arousal from display of strength.


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Sthenolagnia - Arousal demonstration of strength or muscles
Sacofricosis - The practice of cutting a hole in the pockets of trousers so that a person can masturbate (usually in public).
Shunammitism - Contact (does not have to be physical) with young girls by old men to encourage or restore sexual vigor.
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