In Erotic Hypnosis, like in all art, there’s a never-ending dialoged about what constitutes real and valid.
As the scene continues to grow and change, this conversation becomes more complicated and people become progressively more invested in the outcome.
In short and for some people, the conversation comes down to who is real and who is fake. This is a conversation akin to rockists in music, and other similar subsets of fandom that value what is genuine in process and creation as much as what the end result is.
This article is in no way, shape, or form, a value judgment about what you enjoy or the people that create it.
Seriously, I’m not talking shit and I’m not throwing anyone under the bus. This is an effort to try and examine and define a term and the desire for that term to exist.
Now, the answer to the real/fake question matters because it either validate or invalidate that particular fan type’s fantasies as well as the time, money, and emotional investment they’ve spent to experience them.
We can call these people Hypists.