I Have A Chin Raising And Face Cheeks Squeezing FetishIt all started in my childhood. I was a very shy girl, unable to look into my counterpart's eyes while talking to, especially concerning adults. I always looked to the ground. My mother started to raise my chin with her hand when I was talking to her or to another adult. After two or three times repeating it (after it I always looked again to the ground) she held my chin raised until the end of the conversation. As I was 10 or 11 we had a visit at my pedriatrician, a strict-looking old man. During the examination of my throat he constantly grabbed my face with one hand and pressed his fingers into my face cheeks and between my jaws so that I had to stay open-mouthed. I felt being completely at his mercy, literally "in his hand". It was a strange, thrilling and exciting sensation. From now on I enjoyed getting raised my chin and squeezed my cheeks. At the age of 12 I went through a phase where I was irritating my mother with constantly prattling. She ordered me to speak in her presence only, if I were asked, "otherwise I thrash the **** out of you". However, I acted with her, that I should only speak when she lifts my chin. I was ecstatic! You can imagine that I constantly walked around with a wet step and ************ in bed at night thoroughly. But after a few weeks it was too cumbersome for my mother and she ended the rule. In future my mother, however, becoming tired of always lifting my chin in talks. She commanded me to "look into the eyes" and if I didn't obey, raised my chin once and slapped my face. At some point, I adjusted myself and began to look into the eyes of my interlocutors. What I have never abandoned, however, is still occasionally to look back on the ground if I want to provoke my opponent to lift my chin.
Today my boyfriend has to raise my chin and to squeeze my face cheeks to a "fish mouth" many times a day.
I would like to know if there are any other people sharing this rare fetish. So far I've never met anyone.
TanjaD 22-25, F 18 Responses 11 Jan 19, 2012