Fetishes come in a lot of different shapes and sizes. I mean, not literal shapes and sizes, but you know, they range from person to person. Voyeurism is a fetish and actually one of the most common ones, according to the Journal of Sex and Research. A voyeur is someone who experiences pleasure from watching other people partake in sexual acts. After all, most people masturbate when they watch other people have sex on their screen, no?
Here’s Your Everything-to-Know Guide on Voyeurism
Voyeurism Sexual Fetish and Fantasy, Explained - What Is a Voyeur
Voyeurism is defined as an interest in observing unsuspecting people while they undress, are naked, or engage in sexual activities. The interest is usually more in the act of watching, rather than in the person being watched. The person doing the watching is called a voyeur, but you might hear them casually referred to as a peeping Tom. The person is typically in a place where they have a reasonable expectation of privacy, such as their home or other private area. Read on to learn more about voyeurism, including how to do it responsibly and when it may become a problem.
Or a scene in the pilot, which aired 25 years ago this week, where cocky helmsman Tom Paris — trapped in a cave — asks his Native American colleague "Isn't there some Indian trick, where you can turn yourself into a bird? But the craziest thing to air on Voyager — and from Star Trek in general — has to be Season 2's "Threshold. What the ship's doctor, an Emergency Medical Hologram EMH , calls a "future stage in human development" looks like rejected concept art from the original V miniseries, as Paris escapes from Voyager's sickbay and hunts down Captain Janeway.
On January 29, , the world was introduced to two bizarre, vaguely humanoid, lizard-alligator-catfish creatures on Star Trek: Voyager. Things start well enough in a traditional S tar Trek -ian manner: Tom Paris takes an experimental voyage in an attempt to become the first being to ever cross the Warp 10 barrier. He briefly succeeds, discovering it essentially sends his consciousness to every point in the universe simultaneously for a tiny bit. During a potential treatment to return him to human form, Paris breaks out, grabs Janeway, steals a ship, and escapes at Warp 10 again. Still, when the stolen craft is found on a remote planet, evolution has been far, far wackier than anticipated:.