What to do when you feel attracted to monsters? Exophilia explained!

What to do when you feel attracted to monsters? Exophilia explained!

So, you fantasize about getting it on with aliens, orcs, vampires, werewolves, demons, shifters, fae or plain old monsters? Or fantasize about being chased by them? Either way, you can’t help but feel (sexually) attracted to a non-human life form. Guess what, you may have just found your tribe. 

Exophilia or the so-called ‘extraterrestial sex fetish’ is an attraction for beings from out of our human world. And since we have absolutely no idea what such beings would even begin to look like, they can be anything your little kinky mind wants them to be. 

The notion of exophilia was invented in the 90s by a writer called Supervert with the writing of a book called ‘Extraterrestial Sex Fetish’. The book unlocked a kink many did not know they even had. 


For others it confirmed that they were not alone.


A hidden tribe

In an interview with VICE, Supervert shared that after publishing the book “People who really did have sexual fantasies about alien life reached out and sent emails. ‘Exophilia’ entered into the lexicon of sexual pathologies. Clearly it tapped into something we didn't know was there.”

The term exophilia has not been adopted yet by mainstream kink society. So much so that a Pornhub or Redtube search will lead to ZERO results. Where kinks like MILF, BDSM and even pissing have their own categories on popular porn sites, exophilia has been having a blast in its own (not so) little pond away from the mainstream.

Mainstream exophilic material

Even if you have never heard of the term, you may have already been exposed to exophilic material, liked it and never had any idea that you did. How about when you cheered that lady on that kept an amphibian monster alive in her bathtub and…for lack of a better term…fucked it back to health in the four-time Oscar winning movie, The Shape of Water?

Or that time that Lily (or should I say Glenoxi) from Sex Education finally enacts her exophilic fantasy with her school mate Octoboy who role plays as the alien Lord Zortac?

And not to forget Rick and Morty, where many episodes are littered with alien
sex. From Rick impregnating a whole ass planet to Jerry Smith rebounding with Kiara the Warrior Priestess from Krootabulon. 

The range of sex with extraterrestrials is as wide as one’s imagination. Yet, the most popular genres under the exophilia umbrella are alien sex and monster fudging. Below please allow for a brief introduction to *drumrolls* the exophilia hall of fame subgenres:

Oh, and yes, it is all porn images and links from here. So last chance to check if no one is watching your screen as you scroll on during your commute to work or during whatever social event you currently have to endure. 

Tentacle porn

One of the earliest forms of tentacle porn came from illustrations in Japan around the 18th century. In these illustrations women were depicted having (non-consensual) sex with tentacled creatures. It’s wild! 


Image: The dream of the fisherman’s wife by Japanese artist Hokusai (1814). 

Around the tentacled slam fest a text is printed in Japanese which is just about the wildest piece of historic tentacle porn you’ll ever read. 

“My wish comes true at last, this day of days; finally, I have you in my grasp! Your “bobo” is ripe and full, how wonderful! Superior to all others! To suck and suck and suck some more. After we do it masterfully, I’ll guide you to the Dragon Palace of the Sea God and envelop you. “Zuu sufu sufu chyu tsu zuu fufufuuu…” – the large octopus.

“You hateful octopus! Your sucking at the mouth of my womb makes me gasp for breath!” – the maiden.

After daddy finishes, I too want to rub and rub my suckers at the ridge of your furry place until you disappear and then I’ll suck some more. “chyu chyu..” – the small octopus. 


You can find the rest of the translation here. You’re welcome.

Nowadays, you can find tentacle porn almost everywhere. There are tons of porn sites or hentai (NSFW) dedicated to this subgenre. 

If like the fisherman’s wife you dream of getting tag-teamed by an octopus father and son duo, you might like this body-safe sex toy:

Nether by Gorilla Machine. This toy has a textured grindable base to simulate whatever the small octopus plans to do to you next. 

Probing and abduction

In its essence this subgenre is about aliens abducting you and sticking stuff (NSFW) up every imaginable orifice. The amount of information that can be found about alien abduction is staggering but it all started in 1961 with a (true) story by a cute couple in the US. They were the first people on record who claim to have been abducted and probed by aliens

To some this story was the scariest thing they had ever heard. Exophilics on the other hand were like: 


And thus, a new kink was born.

As attributes to the abduction and probing fantasy the Piste Noir Bedcuffs by Balancelle could be a nice addition. Or if you fantasize about getting abducted by a cyborg who means business, the body-safe sex toy Matic by Akifu Toys might be a better fit.

Monster fudging

Pretty self-explanatory. This subgenre is for people who are (sexually) attracted to what most would consider non-human monsters. This can be anything. Like Ezekiel the gargoyle who is stone by day and throbbing flesh by night.


Or Kyorg the shining golden-ivory dragon who defends his woodly den from trespassers with a passion.

For the monster fudgers that are into impact play as well, Basil’s Paw would be an utter delight.

Again, exophilia is all about your imagination beyond our human world. So, whatever you need to imagine to bust a nut or flick your bean successfully, there is room for us all.

For more like minded exophilics or exophilic artwork you can check out: 


@dogwashitbycar (illustrations of monsters)

@smutteastories (for exophilic romance novel recommendations)

@elizabethstephensauthor (sci-fi romance author)

@opalreyneauthor (monsterlover author)

@virgoreader (lot's of monster romance tips)

@tiffanyrobertsauthor (Husband and wife SciFi romance authors)

@cmnascosta (USA today bestselling monster romance author)

@Ashleybennettauthor ( writes cozy monster smut) 

@monsterromancereader (monster romance book tips) 

@monster_romance (even more entertaining monster romance book tips)


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This guest-blog was written by Golet Creative Content

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