How did you get into/learn about this fetish in the first place? I think it would be nice to read about other member's experience with the fetish.
This is my personal history (sorry for huge text wall):
I guess I showed an interest in sneezing in (I think?) around kindergarten. There always used to be this commercial for an allergy medication that I would watch over and over again. I would link the commercial if I remembered what it was for, but that was a long time ago. I always liked seeing the person sneeze in the commercial. I would always get excited when that commercial came on, and when my parents asked me why I liked the commercial, I said it was because of the "dancing brooms" or something. And then came Dragon Tales. I adored that show when I was younger, and I absolutely loved to see Ord sneeze from all of the dandelions. That was one of the highlights of the show for me, although I never told anyone that. When I was about 11 or 12 I remember looking up sneezing videos on youtube, but I never knew that it was related to a fetish or anything. Then within recent years, I can't remember the exact number, I was at the dentist and there was that show "Paw Patrol" on (because they always have cartoons on in those places) and it was an episode where the one dog made the other dog follow feathers to find a duck which would make him sneeze. After that, I said to myself, "Okay, I really want to know what my interest with this is." I looked it up and discovered this thing called a "sneezing fetish". So yeah... after that I was really weirded out and I ignored it until last November, when I finally started looking at the Sneeze Fetish Forum and accepting that this was who I was. I was never turned on by anything else except sneezing, but that is just who I am. Then recently I clicked a link from the Sneeze Fetish Forum that brought me here, and this is where I am today.
There are probably things that I am forgetting, but oh well that was a while ago and I can't be expected to remember every single detail.
So, what are your stories?