Vampire Paraphilia–Being sexually aroused by the vampire myth, fangs, biting/being bitten, or the act of drinking blood.
While Twilight fans may be in dwindling numbers due to this year’s absence of Twilight at Comic-Con, slaves to the vampire fetish will be in full attendance to show support for HBO’s "True Blood" as well as to partake in all the gothic goodies (and underground parties) that the convention has to offer. No longer just a genre for back-alley sadomasochist circles, the fetish has become so popular in recent decades, that many consider it to be its own subculture, seducing people from all walks of life with it’s cadaverous charm.To show some "normal" members of society enjoying this fetish, here’s a video of a woman who fancies herself a real life Vampire
Asiaphilia – a sexual attraction or preference for people, culture, or things of Asian origin, specifically by those of non-Asian descent; this has actually led to two other , more rare fetishes found at the convention: hentai and tentacle erotica.
Also (very politically incorrectly) called "yellow fever" and "rice chasing," the past decade’s technological explosion has been an undeniable contributor to the rise in Asian popularity in pop culture. Exposed to a newer, sexier version of the stereotypical Asian via video games, anime, and hentai (Click here for the NSFW definition of hentai) , Comic Con has since met demand with plenty of supply for all your Asian loving needs, providing the public with entire booths dedicated to the more rare and hard-to-find hentai found in the world.hentai, then, gave way to the wild world of "tentacle erotica", which isn’t figurative. It is exactly what you think it is, but that kind of hentai often gives way to another, more specific, kind of fetish found at the convention…
Mammaphilia, also called mammagymnophilia, or mastofact–The Sexual Attraction to the Female Breast.
Here’s a video of a guy hunting down and harassing a bunch of hot girls, showing us exactly how much this fetish is actually placated at Comic-Con.
Undoubtedly the most prevalent and socially accepted fetish on this list, mammaphilia is present in nearly every aspect of the convention. In movies, television, video games, comics, statues, art, and attendees themselves, you will see breasts exaggerated by tight, revealing clothing designed to attract the American, 18-34 year-old male, who happens to be the largest Comic Con demographic; so in other words, it’s marketing genius. But, honestly, who doesn’t mind seeing an occasional glimpse of the accentuated female form ?