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What is pseudo masochist?

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It's not actually supposed to be pseudo as in "fake". It's supposed to be spelled sadomasochist.

A sadomasochist is basically someone with the fetish of hurting others/being hurt in a sexual way. It stands for sadism/masochism.
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What is a masochist?

  A masochist is somebody who derives pleasure from having plain inflicted upon them. Usually this pleasure is sexual. There are also different types of masochists. Some o

Is everyone masochistic?

yes and no (forgive me im a bad speller) every1 releases the hormones that give off a little bit of pleasure when they experience pain this makes it so tyhe pain isn't unbarr

What does masochistic mean?

Masochistic means that you like being in pain for your own pleasure. You like the feeling of suffering, of feeling sad and depressed. -Example: Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinso

What is it like to be a masochist?

You pleasure yourself with the physical pain drowning the mental pain. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- well, its really dependent on t

What do masochists like?

Well it really depends on how much pain they like and what type of pain they like the best way to find out is to just ask them how they like it.

Are you mentally disturbed if you are a masochist?

No, not at all. Everyone has their own preferences. Some prefer members of certain races or particular builds. Some prefer people in their 20's, others would rather be with so

How do you spell masochist?

That is the correct spelling of the term "masochist" (one who seeks or enjoys pain).

What is another word for masochistic?

How about 'self-flagellating'?? Originally the word meant to derive satisfaction from self-inflicted sexual suffering. Today, however, it is used more broadly to encompass a