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As a foot fetishist, I've often found myself misunderstood and judged by others who don't share the same interests. It's a shame, really, because foot fetishism is a harmless and consensual kink that brings me a lot of pleasure. In this blog post, I'll share my thoughts and experiences about foot fetishism, in the hopes of shedding some light on this oft-misunderstood fetish.

What is foot fetishism?

Foot fetishism, also known as podophilia, is a sexual attraction to feet. It's one of the most common fetishes out there, with an estimated 20% of the population being into it to some degree. Foot fetishists can be attracted to a variety of foot-related activities, such as kissing, licking, sucking, or even just admiring feet.

My experience with foot fetishism

I've been into feet for as long as I can remember. I vividly recall being fascinated by my mom's feet when I was a kid, and later on, discovering that my attraction extended to other women's feet as well. Over the years, I've explored my fetish in various ways, from simply admiring women's feet in public to engaging in foot worship with partners who are willing.

One thing that I've learned about foot fetishism is that it's not just about the feet themselves, but also about the context in which they're presented. For me, seeing a woman in high heels or sandals can be just as arousing as seeing her bare feet. It's the combination of the visual aspect and the physical sensation of touching and kissing the feet that really does it for me.

Misconceptions about foot fetishism

Unfortunately, foot fetishism is often stigmatized and misunderstood by those who aren't familiar with it. One common misconception is that foot fetishists have some sort of mental disorder or psychological problem. This couldn't be further from the truth. Foot fetishism is simply a preference, like any other sexual preference.

Another misconception is that foot fetishists are somehow perverted or deviant. Again, this is a baseless stereotype. People with foot fetishes come from all walks of life, and their fetish doesn't define who they are as a person. It's just one aspect of their sexuality. I love genre – foot tickling fetish.

How to explore foot fetishism safely

If you're curious about foot fetishism, it's important to explore it safely and consensually. The key is to communicate openly and honestly with your partner(s), and to respect their boundaries and comfort levels. Some tips for exploring foot fetishism include:

  • Start with admiring feet in public or in media, and see how it makes you feel.
  • Ask your partner(s) if they're comfortable with foot play, and if so, what specific activities they're okay with.
  • Make sure to practice good hygiene and cleanliness, as foot odor and hygiene can be a concern.
  • Consider using props like massage oils or foot fetish toys to enhance the experience.


Foot fetishism is a completely normal and harmless kink that can bring a lot of pleasure to those who are into it. As with any sexual preference, it's important to explore it safely and consensually. By breaking down misconceptions and communicating openly with partners, we can help reduce the stigma surrounding foot fetishism and celebrate it as a valid and enjoyable part of our sexuality.

Despite the stigma that foot fetishism still faces in society, there is a growing community of foot fetishists who connect with each other online and in person. Through forums, social media groups, and events like foot fetish parties, foot fetishists can find others who share their interests and feel less alone in their kink.

For me, connecting with other foot fetishists has been a really positive experience. It's helped me realize that I'm not alone in my attraction to feet, and that there are plenty of others out there who share my desires. It's also been a great way to learn new techniques and ideas for exploring my fetish.

Of course, not everyone who's into feet wants to join a community or go to events. Some people prefer to keep their fetish private, and that's perfectly fine too. The important thing is that we respect each other's choices and support each other in exploring our sexuality in a safe and consensual way.

In conclusion, foot fetishism is a valid and enjoyable kink that deserves to be celebrated, not stigmatized. As foot fetishists, we can help break down misconceptions and promote understanding by being open and honest about our desires, and by practicing safe and consensual foot play with our partners. Whether you're a seasoned foot fetishist or just curious about exploring the fetish, there's no shame in indulging in what brings you pleasure.


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