The subject of foot fetishism may be a taboo, but it’s incredibly common. Sex studies have found that feet are the most fetishized body part after genitals, half of those with a fetish for body parts are turned on by feet and two thirds of those with a fetish for objects find sexual excitement from shoes and socks. But what exactly is it about feet that gets so many people hot under the collar? Read on to find out everything you need to know about foot fetishes. Can Science Explain the Foot Fetish?
Would it surprise you to learn that the foot fetish is amongst the most popular sexual fetish amongst men? It’s true! Right up there with the threesome fantasy is the sexual desire to touch, lick and worship women’s feet. Foot fetish is crazy popular, and with good reason: the feet are one of the most sensitive parts of the human body!
Last week, we heard a story about 'Silver Linings Playbook' star Jennifer Lawrence setting Bradley Cooper up with her friend, model Laura Simpson. They supposedly dated for a while before things got "very awkward" when he was always touching her feet. Um, what?
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We understand that everyone has that one thing that really gets them going (we celebrated that fact last week on January 20, International Fetish Day). From our research, it seems that one of the most popular fetishes among men has to do with a woman's body parts down south... her feet. Why, what were you thinking?
Happy International Fetish Day! Are you planning on kinking it up in celebration? I certainly hope so. Just in case you needed some ideas, let us review these 30 essential paraphilias. Just think about how much more fun sex ed would have been if we had lessons like this.
Recently I went out with a friend of a friend. He was English. I mean, how bad could he be? But that was before he showed up, late and unshowered, and moved our date from a 5-star restaurant to a coffee shop. After making suggestive comments about my chest, he popped his feet into my lap and said to tickle away. Yes, these are the men I date.
In what is being touted as the biggest sex study since the release of the Kinsey Reports, Ogi Ogas—a former biodefense researcher—has found that when it comes to sexual preferences, we're all a lot kinkier than we'd care to admit.
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I guess I'm what you'd call a foot fetishist, although this designation is more complex than you probably think. Most foot fetishists are not perverts, sexual deviants, or anything to be afraid of. Here's what you need to know about being in a relationship with someone like me.