Angora fetish

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Angora fetish is a fetish that one may have for wearing, or for seeing others wearing, angora or mohair clothing.

Mohair comes from Angora goats; strictly, angora comes from Angora rabbits, though sometimes mohair is called angora.

The appeal may lie in the soft, warm, fluffy texture of such garments.

This fetish is most common among, but not limited to, cross dressers. A notable example of this is in the film Glen or Glenda by Edward Wood, where Glen's fiancée shows her acceptance of his cross-dressing by letting him wear her angora sweater.

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