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The term "hot gluing" comes from the appearance of the semen on a figurine, which resembles glue from a hot glue gun. One of the earliest mentions of the act comes from a 2005 thread on the Hongfire forums, which contained several photographs, as well as various comments on how the fluid in said images resembled glue rather than semen.
In 2007, Japanese blog Tyodai began a series of photographs of figurines covered in condensed milk to achieve the look of semen (shown below).
The act did not pick up much attention until the 2010s. In 2010, a definition for "Hot Glueing" was submitted to Urban Dictionary, which described the act. A booru for the fetish was created in 2012, and has recieved over 100,000 hits as of May 2015 and hosts nearly 2,500 images. A subreddit, /r/cummingonfigurines, was created in March of 2012 and is commonly used as an example of a weird subreddit.
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