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Japan Eyeball Licking Fetish causing a wave of Eye Infections


The EYEBALL LICKING craze that’s sweeping Japan and causing a surge in eye infections

We’ve all heard about people doing strange things for love, but Japanese students are taking love-induced madness to a whole new level – and putting their health at risk in the process.

The latest craze sweeping through Japan is ‘oculolinctus’ – eyeball licking as an expression of affection between young lovers.

However, it has led to a surge in cases of eye infections and can even cause blindness, doctors have warned.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2340988/The-EYEBALL-LICKING-craze-thats-sweeping-Japan-causing-surge-eye-infections.html

Strange Sex Fetish Leads To Pink Eye Epidemic In Japan

Japanese school children are licking each other’s eyeballs as a form of sexual arousal, Shanghaiist reports.

What’s worse, the disturbing trend only gained attention after it led to an epidemic of pink eye, a highly contagious eye condition, typically spread by bacteria, that results in redness, swelling, and itching of the eye.

http://www.businessinsider.com/japan-school-children-eyeball-licking-2013-6#ixzz2W71AeiV6

Japan: Eyeball-Licking Fetish Causing Conjunctivitis Epidemic among Schoolchildren

David Granet, a US ophthalmologist, said: “Nothing good can come of this. There are ridges on the tongue that can cause a corneal abrasion. And if a person hasn’t washed out their mouth, they might put acid from citrus products or spices into the eye.”

Phillip Rizzuto, of the American Academy of Ophthamology, added: “The bacteria in the mouth is nothing like the bacteria in the eyeball, which is why we no longer recommend people lick contact lenses to moisten them.”

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/478421/20130613/eyeball-licking-fetish-oculolinctus-worming-conjunctivitis-herpes.htm

‘Eyeball Licking’ Trend Is Giving All the Japanese Kids Pink Eye

After class one day, I went into the equipment store in the gymnasium to tidy up. The door had been left open, and when I looked inside, a male pupil and a female pupil had their faces close together and were kind of fumbling around. Could it be bullying? I wondered, but when I had a good look, the boy was licking the girl’s eye! Surprised, a shouted “What are you doing? Stop it at once!” and the two of them were so shocked they jumped apart. The girl burst into tears, and the boy just went bright red and was shaken up. At any rate, to try to calm them down I took them to the janitor’s room and listened to their story.

http://gawker.com/eyeball-licking-trend-is-giving-all-the-japanese-kids-512987107

Eyeball Licking Causing Pinkeye In Japan

In one classroom of 12-year-olds, one third of students confessed to “worming” or being “wormed.” Officials only noticed something was up when some of the licked students showed up to school wearing eyepatches,ShanghaiList.com reported.

Currently, eyeball licking is only attempted by a small percentage of adventurers, including HuffPost Weird News journalist Andy Campbell, who said he had his own eyeball tongued to see what it’s like.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/12/eyeball-licking-pinkeye_n_3423985.html

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  • Bwhhaaa hhaaa hhaaaa

    Is there any sick, twisted, gross or totally wrong thing, that the Japanese won’t do?