The truth is, foot fetishes get a bad rap.
We usually think of feet as dirty – and associate them with sweaty socks or stinking gym shoes. Because of the yuck factor, foot play is often considered quite taboo – but, as I’ve learned in recent months, dating someone with a foot fetish has some great benefits. And that’s true, even if you don’t share in the fetish.
People with foot fetishes are sometimes called podophiles. For a podophile, sexual interest can be expressed in different ways – including licking, biting, rubbing, massaging, smelling, sucking and so on. It can also depend on the size of the foot, or what the foot is wearing (i.e., socks, barefoot, sneakers, etc.).
After completing a pleasure map of my body, I realized that my feet are acutely sensitive. Under the right circumstances and with the right guy, that sensitivity translates to sexual pleasure. In fact, I recently filmed an explicit video showing just that. It’s called Davey’s Foot Fantasy, and you can watch a free NSFW preview on my erotic website, Himeros.tv.
In recent months, I’ve gone on a few dates with a podophile. He loves worshipping my particularly large feet, and I’d like to share my findings: Dating a guy with a foot fetish is amazing!
Here are three reasons why:
- Free Massages. Who doesn’t love a foot rub? People spend a lot of money seeking out attentive masseuses, but podophiles will happily massage your feet for free. Just by touching and worshipping your glorious tootsies, they’re getting all the enjoyment they need. Usually, no reciprocation is required. You can sit back and enjoy.
- Sexual exploration. Allowing your partner to indulge in their fetish opens the door to conversations around other sexual interests, kinks and desires. When you create a safe space for his foot fetish, it’s easier to talk about your own fantasies – and, perhaps, discover a mutual willingness to explore them.
- Deeper intimacy. Opening up about your secret desires creates intimacy and deeper connections. But touching someone’s feet – a taboo body part – with presence, intention and appreciation, is also a different type of sexual interaction. It’s not just about how hard or deep you can go. It’s not about ejaculations. Instead, it invites a type of intimacy that I haven’t experienced otherwise.
Here’s the best part: Even if you’re not a podophile, you can still enjoy all of these benefits by dating someone who is. You need not be a foot fetishist to appreciate foot rubs, increased freedom to explore your desires and a stronger connection to someone you like or love.
Attracting a podophile is easy. If you use a dating app, update it with a picture that includes your bare feet. If you’d really like to be obvious, add the foot emoji to your profile. Get a pedicure, and then let the magic happen.
And with podophilia being the most common fetish related to the human body, it almost certainly will.
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