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Chicago – Monthly Fetish has been working hard the March edition of the cutting edge fetish publication, and it’s all about ASMR (aka Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response). If you’re unfamiliar, it’s actually all around you, and Monthly Fetish has all the insights into this trending topic.

Did you watch the 2019 Super Bowl? One of the most popular commercials that alluded many of the 98.2 million viewers who tuned in to the game this year was the Michelob ULTRA’s new Pure Gold brew. Zoë Kravitz was the star of the ad, and it had her in a beautiful setting whispering, tapping a glass, and making various others sounds that subconsciously appeal to your senses. This month’s Ask the Doctor piece by Dr. Chauntelle delves into why people are wild for ASMR and the psychology behind it.

Fetish in Technology has some insightful information for producers and models on how to start making ASMR content, sites to sell your clips, purchasing electronic gear, and where to get supplies. Fetish 101 gives Monthly Fetish readers useful tips on starting and successfully monetizing their own YouTube channel.

The Art of Fetish discusses how ASMR is an art form from carving soap, crunching, whispering, oils and slime, fingernails and tapping, hair sounds and brushing, mixed media, and erotic sounds.

The Unbound Interview spotlights Daria who uses ASMR and mixes it with fetish for the ultimate braingasm. Daria discusses when she became aware of ASMR, her most popular clips on Clips4Sale, how ASMR can be literally anything that provokes the sensation in an individual, mixing ASMR with other fetishes like findom, and much more.

And, Fetish in the News covers riveting news about the New York Times trying to explain ASMR and convince us it’s not really sexual, as well as how ASMR can be used to help depression and anxiety using extreme relaxation and can even help you sleep.

“ASMR is really hot right now with YouTube channels getting millions of subscribers and tons of clips being sold on sites like Clips4Sale,” says Editor Jenn. “Many people don’t understand the science behind it, and our new issue should help with that. If you’ve never tried ASMR, it will literally blow you away.”

Check out the ASMR edition of Monthly Fetish and previous issues at http://www.monthlyfetish.com/featured-fetish/.

Got a question? Write in and ask the editor anything about fetishes at http://www.monthlyfetish.com/ask-us-anything/.

Audio versions of the current issue are available at https://vimeo.com/monthlyfetish and on Monthly Fetish’s YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7HDCUibmQQk8iTuhlvQI1Q.

Owned by XIX Media Group and primarily sponsored by Clips4Sale, Monthly Fetish launched in April 2017. The online zine is geared at a wide audience from professional kinksters to those curious about the fetish lifestyle.

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ABOUT MONTHLY FETISH

With a little over a year under their belt, the free online magazine has become a go-to for professional kinksters, as well as fans of 50 Shades of Grey or anyone who is curious about the fetish lifestyle. Owned by XIX Media Group, each monthly issue features a new theme and sections dedicated to fetish in the news and technology, in addition to Unbound Interviews with fetishists, writers, directors, and beyond. Readers can write in anonymously and ask anything about fetish.

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