Dear reader, if you’re not someone who has a foot fetish, the title must’ve made you curious.
How can people possibly be into feet?
What’s so sexual about them, why would they turn people on?
When I first got into the kink scene, I started off as a submissive. And my dom at the time, really enjoyed putting me in my place by having me perform acts of service, which could be anything from being their pillow while they took a nap to offering massages or cooking food for them. These small acts almost instantly wired my brain to shift into subspace and as I slowly began to discover what submissiveness looked like, I found great joy in seeing them be pleased with me.
And they loved foot massages. A quick squeeze with my tiny fingers along their insole would have them leaning back with a blissful groan. I used to take great joy in easing the weight of the day off them. Watching them groan and relax under my touch became oddly satisfying for me. I took joy in it.
And me? When in play as a submissive, there’s nothing I liked more than a hand wrapped around my ankle possessively. As I slowly started incorporating my own individual elements of play, I enjoyed having my subs massage and kiss my feet in worship or using them as a footstool.
What I didn’t realise was that all of this could count as a foot fetish. Enjoying someone’s attention on my feet, the massages, the worship, the kisses – it was a part of my play process and it was a turn-on. Like Binks, a darling submissive I trampled during The Intimacy Curator’s Foot Fetish Cruise says, “If couples can hold hands and walk around as a way to show their love, why can’t I choose to touch/rub/kiss someone’s feet in my act of devotion?”
If you’re attracted to feet, you’re just as valid as someone who says they’re attracted to a particular body type. Don’t feel ashamed about it.
What Exactly Is a Foot Fetish Only?
Foot fetishes, are a common fetish that involves a sexual attraction to feet or footwear. While foot fetishes are often stigmatized, it’s important to remember that they are a valid and harmless expression of eroticism.
Firstly, it’s important to understand that foot fetishes are a natural and normal aspect of human sexuality. Just like other forms of sexual attraction, foot fetishes can be experienced by anyone, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. For those who have a foot fetish, the sight, smell, touch, or even thought of feet can be sexually arousing.
Foot fetishes can vary widely in intensity and expression, like I’d mentioned. Some people may simply enjoy admiring or touching feet, while others may prefer more elaborate forms of foot worship, such as kissing or licking. Whatever your preferences may be, it’s important to remember that there is no right or wrong way to experience a foot fetish, as long as it is consensual and safe.
In modern times, foot fetishism and foot worship continue to be popular fetish in India and around the world. While foot fetishism may be stigmatized in some cultures, it’s important to remember that it has a rich and complex history in India and is a natural aspect of human sexuality.
Trying It Out for The First Time?
If you’re new to foot fetishes, there are a few tips that can help you get started!
Read up on foot fetishes and learn about different aspects of foot worship. There are many online communities and resources dedicated to foot fetishes that can provide valuable information. Here are some preferences and requirements that we have come across:
- Type of feet: small, big, long toes, soft skin, curved soles, flat feet, round big toe, etc.
- Type of nails: long, short, squared shaped, almond shaped, nail polished general, blue nail polish, red nail polish, natural nails, etc.
- Footwear and apparel: heels, sports shoes, socks, chappals, pumps, platforms, boots, stockings, fishnets, etc.
- Skin: sweaty, dry, moisturised, calluses, soft, dirty, clean, etc.
- Smell: smelly, natural, with scent, food smelling (chocolate, fruits, etc.), natural element smell (grass, wood, etc.)
- Activities: licking, sucking, caressing, footjob, feet on the face, feet in the mouth (chocking), foot feeding, trampling (mild & casing tissue damage), ball busting, foot stool, pedicure, nail painting, foot stomping and squashing, kicking
Communicate with your partner:
If you have a partner who is interested in exploring foot fetishes with you, communicate openly and honestly about your desires and boundaries. Establishing trust and mutual respect is key to a safe and enjoyable experience. Understand what parts of your feet they find desirable, get pedicures done (if required), try different acts like trampling, footstool…basically, don’t be afraid to experiment. You can use our checklist to see what your partner is oven to try out!
Ease into foot play by admiring your partner’s feet or lightly touching them. Pay attention to your partner’s reactions and adjust accordingly. Try out different kinds of acts as you get comfortable. Who can say no to a good foot massage?!
Experiment with different sensations:
Foot fetishes can involve a wide range of sensations, from tickling to massaging to licking. Try different sensations to see what feels good for you and your partner. You can try oils, feathers, sating or event reflexology gadgets to give explore a bigger repertoire of sensations.
Practice good hygiene:
Practice good hygiene to prevent the spread of bacteria and infections, unless you and your partner are into the opposite, AKA dirty feet 😛 Wash your feet and hands thoroughly before and after foot play, and consider using a barrier like a condom or dental dam if there are any cuts, or skin issues.
In conclusion, foot fetishes are a valid and harmless aspect of human sexuality that can be enjoyed by anyone. There is absolutely no reason to suffer from low self-esteem simply because you’re interested in something that people don’t talk about.
If you’re a beginner who is interested in exploring foot fetishes, educate yourself, communicate with your partner, start slow, experiment with different sensations, and practice good hygiene. With these tips in mind, you can safely and confidently explore this aspect of your sexuality.
And you don’t need the prettiest feet in the world to enjoy having someone worship your feet!
If you or your partner are interested in exploring new kinks and fetishes, why not reach out to The Intimacy Curator? I’ve sent quite a few of my eager submissives over for their relationship coaching and kink exploration coaching, and it’s done miracles for how they feel about it!
You can book an appointment right here!