Share this article via email Share this article via flipboard Copy link Does your man love your feet? Just not where you were expecting. Personally I like my feet, they get me to all sorts of places. The basic fact of the matter is that foot fetishes are incredibly common. Advertisement Advertisement If you suspect that your partner has a foot fetish, then I have a few tips to get you started. Foot Massage Everyone loves a foot rub, right?
Some are bemused by the level of attention I give their trotters, while others are delighted to have their toes and soles sniffed and kissed. Admittedly, I feel pretty good about that. Others however, despite my adoration, have admitted feeling self-conscious about rubbing their feet all over my face. That foot guy was a perv.
According to Reuters, the culprit, Michael Robert Wyatt, 50, previously served a prison sentence for similar shenanigans. Last time, he even pretended to be a podiatrist in order to fondle and suck a woman's toes at a clothing store. Though criminal cases are rare, foot fetishism itself is surprisingly common. Academic studies on the prevalence and membership of fetish discussion groups have found that feet and foot accessories are the most fetishized of all non-genital body parts and objects. Nearly half of all such fetishes focus on feet, and almost two-thirds of fetishes for objects associated with the body are for shoes and socks.
Even identical twins have varying idiosyncrasies that set them apart from their mirror image. That is why, when it comes to turning on a new partner or finding a way to become aroused yourself, there is no one-touch-fits-all methodology that works. Instead, discovering your own fetishes — no matter how seemingly harmless and simple or outlandish — is essential for having a healthy, indulgent and fulfilling sex life.