quote:Originally posted by solemaster1983: because the love for feet is not as normal as the love for ass as in most people's minds. thus, they see this as a little stranqe and qive them a name for it. therefore, the word fetish. like tonque fetish, etc.
but that leads me to another problem. since most common people love ass and thus think that the love for feet is not so normal, then how can a person born with a love for feet when both his father and mother don't have one. also, how can a person develop a love for feet and how did it enter that person's mind and make him love feet.
What makes you think your parents determine the way you think? Just asking.
Some people believe that foot fetishes may be genetic. Others believe not.
I've matured to the point where I don't care about the "origin" of my fondness for pretty feet. I've accepted it and moved on.
I have a foot fetish and I enjoy having it. That's honestly all I care about. The rest is just background noise that does not matter and is irrelevant.
My guess is that if you think about how you got it in the first place, you probably haven't fully accepted it yet. That's not a knock... we've all been there at some point early on.
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I’ve said before that most guys who claim to have a foot fetish are actually more appropriately described as partialist. A person who is a foot fetishist requires feet in order to achieve sexual gratification.
It all starts from our youth. I seen a lot of women in shoe stores, magazines and in movies wear sexy heels with the feet to match. It stuck with me. I rather have the box, but if I can settle with the feet. That's fine. It's really not a fetish. Just something we like. I'm talking mainly about women's feet.
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