Erotic asphyxiation  

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Erotic asphyxiation, asphyxiophilia, breath control play, or scarfing, is the potentially lethal practice of intentionally reducing the amount of oxygen to the brain during sexual stimulation in order to heighten the received pleasure from orgasm.

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