For Lovers of Feet

For Lovers of Feet
Foot Fetish Special

Worship and pamper the feet of your Mistress.

Stockings, socks (sweaty or not).

Boots, stilettos, sneakers 

and then…

The Naked Foot

Now it’s time to get to work…

Worship.

Slowly remove the stocking and shoe.

Delight in the sweet flavor.

Obey your Mistress.

You must be a foot connoisseur to fully understand and enjoy this offer.

Tribute to be discussed.

Minimum half hour.  

Call 212-242-4577 or email us at webmistress@pandorasboxny.com

 

***Reference***

Foot fetishismfoot partialismfoot worship, or podophilia is a pronounced sexual interest in feet.   It is the most common form of sexual fetishism for otherwise non-sexual objects or body parts,and is more prevalent in men than women.

Characteristics

Foot fetishism has been defined as a pronounced sexual interest in the feet or footwear. Sigmund Freud considered foot binding as a form of fetishism.  For a foot fetishist, points of attraction include the shape and size of the foot and toes (e.g., long toes, short toes, painted toenails, high arches, soles etc.), jewelry (toe ringsanklets, etc.), treatments (such as pedicures or massaging), state of dress (barefootsandalsflip flopshigh heels, socked feet, etc.), odor, and/or sensory interaction (e.g., smelling the foot, licking, kissing, tickling, biting, sucking toes, etc.).

Relative frequency

To estimate the relative frequency of fetishes, in 2006 researchers at the University of Bologna examined 381 internet discussions of fetish groups, in which at least 5,000 people had been participating. Researchers estimated the prevalences of different fetishes based on the following elements:

  • (a) the number of discussion groups devoted to a particular fetish
  • (b) the number of individuals participating in the groups; and
  • (c) the number of messages exchanged.

It was concluded that the most common fetishes were for body parts or for objects usually associated with body parts (33% and 30% respectively). Among those people preferring body parts, feet and toes were preferred by the greatest number, with 47% of those sampled preferring them. Among those people preferring objects related to body parts, 32% were in groups related to footwear (shoes, boots, etc.).

Foot fetishism is the most common form of sexual fetish related to the body.

In August 2006, AOL released a database of the search terms submitted by their subscribers. In ranking only those phrases that included the word “fetish”, it was found that the most common search was for feet.

Example cases

Freud’s reading of foot-fetishism also involved early imprinting; but he considered the smell of feet significant in this, as well as the foot as penis-symbol/surrogate (, especially when encountered while voyeuristic exploring the female body from below).  similarly saw castration fear as significant in foot fetishism, citing a future fetishist who as an adolescent said to himself “You must remember this throughout life – that girls, too, have legs”, to protect himself from the fear. Where fear of the (castrated) female body is too great, desire is felt not for shoes on female feet but for women’s shoes alone, without women.

 

Freud’s reading of foot-fetishism also involved early imprinting; but he considered the smell of feet significant in this, as well as the foot as penis-symbol/surrogate (castration complex, especially when encountered while voyeuristic exploring the female body from below). Otto Fenichel similarly saw castration fear as significant in foot fetishism, citing a future fetishist who as an adolescent said to himself “You must remember this throughout life – that girls, too, have legs”, to protect himself from the fear. Where fear of the (castrated) female body is too great, desire is felt not for shoes on female feet but for women’s shoes alone, without women.

Georges Bataille saw the lure of the feet as linked to their anatomical baseness (abjection).

Literary examples

  • In Thomas Pynchon‘s Bleeding Edge, the private eye heroine absent-mindedly “footles” a condom-clad man whose psychosexual profile and stiletto fetish she is investigating.
  • The jester Feste, the main character in Alan Gordon‘s Fools’ Guild series of historical mysteries, is a foot fetishist.

Notable foot fetishists