Fetishes are everywhere: your friends have them, your boss, your partner, even you. However, while some of them, like bondage or role play, are pretty common, others are not so often talked about. And while having a fetish is perfectly normal, many people are often ashamed of their preferences – for example, those who have a foot fetish.
If you or your partner are one of those people, or if you simply want to educate yourself on the topic, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, you’ll find a list of 6 questions you were ashamed to ask about it, such as what exactly is a foot fetish, why it happens, or which things to try in bed if you or your partner like feet among others. Read on – and make sure that you and your loved one get what you like in bed.
1. What Is a Foot Fetish?
Simply put, a foot fetish is a sexual attraction to feet. However, it’s not just about the feet themselves – there are several other factors that come into play.
A foot fetish can be as simple as wanting to massage your partner’s feet for an hour or as complex as wanting to spend the rest of your life together with your partner’s feet. It’s a very broad concept, and it’s hard to generalize.
2. Is It Normal?
Yes, absolutely. Fetishes are a normal part of a human’s life. There is nothing wrong with having a foot fetish, just as there is nothing wrong with not having one.
3. What Can I Do About This Fetish?
If you find yourself attracted to feet, there are many things you can do with that in bed. However, before trying, tell your partner clearly what exactly you want and make sure that you are on the same page on this topic.
- you can make up a new role-play scenario (like being at a shoe store);
- you can look for sex toys – for example, browse anime sex dolls – and incorporate them into your foot play;
- you can take pictures of your partner’s feet and look at them;
- you can buy them shoes and stockings;
- you can take care of their feet by massaging them;
- you can rub moisturizer on them;
- you can lick them;
- you can suck your partner’s toes;
- you can tickle her between their toes;
- you can tickle their ankles;
- you can even make out with their feet;
- you can ask them to walk all over your body with their shoes on;
- or you can even get a pair of stilettos for each of you and wear them when having sex together.
The list goes on and on. As long as you know what turns you on about someone else’s feet, you can incorporate that into your sex life and make it fun and interesting for both of you.
4. Why Does It Happen?
There are many theories on why people have a foot fetish, but no one really knows for sure. Some say that it has something to do with the fact that the foot is a very sensual part of the body that is full of nerve endings and that we use every day.
Others claim that it has something to do with the humiliation aspect – feet are often considered “below” people, which becomes a part of power play. However, there is no scientific proof for any of these theories.
5. Is It Okay for Me to Talk About My Fetish?
Absolutely! There is nothing wrong with having a foot fetish, and there is nothing wrong with talking about it either – in fact, doing so will only make your relationship stronger. If you or your partner has a foot fetish, don’t be afraid to talk about it with each other – explore your fantasies together and see how far you want to take them.
6. How Do I Explain My Fetish to My Partner?
Explaining your fetish will depend entirely on your relationship with your partner. If you have been dating for a while now, and you feel comfortable talking about intimate things with them, then go ahead and tell them about it – but if not, then save it until later on in the relationship. Remember not to avoid this topic until marriage, especially if this is important for you – after all, sex is an essential part of almost any relationship.
As you can see, having a foot fetish is perfectly normal. It’s nothing to be ashamed of or feel embarrassed about it. With time, you will come to realize that this is just a part of who you are, and you’ll definitely enjoy exploring your fetish together with your partner.
However, if you live with someone who doesn’t understand or accept your preferences, or if you feel uncomfortable with this part of yourself, the best thing you can do is talk to someone else – for example, someone who has had a similar experience, or a sex therapist (a counselor).
Foot Fetish: 6 Questions You Were Ashamed to Ask was first posted on August 9, 2021 at 12:35 pm.
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