Coprophilia, the fetish of being aroused by feces, is actually the last thing people with eproctophilia are turned on by and they are actually grossed out and against it.To use the site's full features, you need to allow viewing Flash content in your browser.Chairman of governors Rob Good said: 'Firstly, the governors have completed the hearing into Ms Rustamova's disciplinary case and a decision has been made and secondly, she is aware of this decision.'As far as the governors are concerned that's not the end of the process, she has the right of appeal under her contract so it would not be appropriate for us to make any comment.' Sue Mc Mahon, Calderdale divisional secretary for the National Union of Teachers said: 'Ms Rustamova has received notification of the outcome of the disciplinary hearing.She writes: 'It's getting harder and harder to see them just as kids.' Later she describes in the novel how the youngsters practise 'orgasmic moans', which sound like 'the soundtrack to teenage gay porn'.Two characters are described as sunbathing shirtless, 'looking like gorgeous Mr Gay UK finalists in an area of Britain where there is some pretty stiff competition'.He shared with Vice that him and his cousin were watching TV and, 'he deliberately farted on my face, trying to be funny'.'He didn't know I was near his butt cheeks to appreciate them, and his fart made my dreams come true,' he added.There are so many different ways that someone with eproctophilia can be turned on by farts but one thing that's for sure among the community across the board is that none of them are into coprophilia.
He added: 'I don't think there's anything there that would concern parents, unless they're Mary Whitehouse types.But of the five main characters all of us and our parents were fine with it. Three men who share a unique sexual fetish for other people's farts have candidly spoken out about how it affects their intimate relationships, while also revealing how they first learned that they were aroused by flatulence.An English teacher has been sacked after writing a racy novel which detailed her teenage pupils' sexual fantasies.