When it comes to sexual attraction, we all have our own specific things that turn us on. For some, a good sense of humor does the trick, while others are all about physical chemistry. Others still have more specific turn-ons, including feet. This attraction is called a foot fetish, and to answer some common questions about it, Allure spoke with some men who proudly have foot fetishes and professional dominatrixes.
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He's a boob guy, that one's a derriere dude…oh, and him? He's got a weird thing with feet. Multifarious and worth getting to know better, it's beyond the scope of male preference, like your last boyfriend dating you cause your gluteus maximus fit the bill, or Charlie Sheen recently confessing he can't date women with the second toe longer than the first. Way beyond. Here's a better understanding, so we don't start hopping on the sexual norm wagon in the Internet era. Totally by chance. This fetish is, basically, a sexual interest in feet — more so than other parts of the body — taking special notice to feet toes, soles, shoes, toenails and involves an array of activities involving rubbing, sucking, licking, dressing, manicuring, massaging, kissing and caressing for sexual stimulation.
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The reality: A fetish is just a specific type of fantasy—and one that more people have than you probably realize. You just have to find a normally non-sexual object or action arousing—an association you probably formed in childhood, says Samantha Leigh Allen, who studies sexual fetishism at Emory University. One in five women are more excited by a new pair of shoes than their sexual partners, according to a new survey by Shoebuy.