Not really sure what the difference between satin and velvet is, but maybe velvet fetishism should be included. Also, silk was the material used in expensive high-end women's lounging-around -the-boudoir garments for many centuries (there's reportedly a Moroccan proverb which goes something like "God made silk so that women could go naked while wearing clothes). And there are "slave silks" in the Gor books (see Gor - Dictionary).
Also, some people have a fetish for shiny metallic-looking clothing (or perhaps rather for the contrast between shiny metallic-looking fabric as worn by a woman vs. the creamy smooth texture of her own skin), and this is possibly the modern 20th/21st-century counterpart to Victorian satin fetishism... AnonMoos 15:29, 1 June 2010 (UTC)
- Velvet is totally different from satin. Satin is shiny with a very smooth texture. Velvet has a pile, like a very short, close-woven carpet. Maybe there should be something on velvet fetishism but it should be a separate article.--Ropeuser 19:58, 2 June 2010 (UTC)