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Flatslover92
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Re: Gender studies and shoe fetishism

Post by Flatslover92 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:54 pm

Have had it since I was a kid tho I am not sure the exact trigger that started it off for me. Going merely from my college course of psychology which we briefly talked on fetishes, especially if it’s an object our mind links that object to a specific person or time in our life and emits us pleasure. For me I can recall as a kid always being around my moms feet, and I guess that’s kinda what started it because I always felt safe around my mom when I was younger being a child who was more on the shy side I found comfort in being around my mom (not sure if this is making sense). I eventually found pleasure with her shoes often sleeping with a pair at night in bed (was too young to think about sexual arousal with them).

Once I got older I merely was more and more inticed into girls shoes in school (which the sexual arousal started to come into play as a young boy/man begins exploring at that age). I found nothing super interesting about other features on a girl merely her choice in footware at the time.

Then came the introduction (as someone else mentioned above) of dangling or playing with shoes. I remember my one teacher in 4th grade would dangle her loafers while sitting on her desk and I remember being inticed as to “why she was doing that”, “it’s as if she doesn’t care about her shoes falling off her feet” “what a weird position to have them in” etc. it was then I became more so arroused by the act of playing and dangling shoes.

Come more High school age I remember I’d love to watch this one teachers assistant during breaks dangle and play with her flats (which started my fetish for flats particularly). I started dating this one Hispanic girl who was a very avid shoeplay and can remember sneaking a “session” with her flats the one time she was over which was my first shoe fuck experience. I loved it to where I wanted more and it further drove my fetish.

From there and to this day I still am not 100% clear why I love women’s shoes so much but hey it’s my thing and it makes me who I am.

As far as a certain thing that makes me tick, I don’t really get into the domination aspect, obviously dangling and playing are interests of me but if the woman is relatively attractive and has sexy shoes (doesn’t always have to be flats) then I’m certainitly interested.

shoejoblover
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Re: Gender studies and shoe fetishism

Post by shoejoblover » Tue Mar 13, 2018 5:51 pm

My attraction to shoes is just that it's taboo. Let's say I get a pair of smelly Toms from a hot chick. It's the idea behind fucking something dirty that she has walked around in and then putting my cock all over them and fucking them that gets me hard.

Emma Rowbotham
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Re: Gender studies and shoe fetishism

Post by Emma Rowbotham » Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:55 pm

Thank you for all your replies so far. I have far more information about shoe fetishism now than I was expecting. I have a question for all the men out there that are in a relationship. Has your shoe fetish ever effected your relationship in a negative way, or does it continue to effect your relationship in a negative way?

Some examples of how it could negatively effect your relationship are; your partner catches you looking at other women in heels, your partner is starting to resent you insisting she wears heels for you in any way, the fact you are damaging her shoes?

bimbodaughter
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Re: Gender studies and shoe fetishism

Post by bimbodaughter » Tue Mar 20, 2018 5:02 am

Emma Rowbotham wrote:
Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:55 pm
Thank you for all your replies so far. I have far more information about shoe fetishism now than I was expecting. I have a question for all the men out there that are in a relationship. Has your shoe fetish ever effected your relationship in a negative way, or does it continue to effect your relationship in a negative way?

Some examples of how it could negatively effect your relationship are; your partner catches you looking at other women in heels, your partner is starting to resent you insisting she wears heels for you in any way, the fact you are damaging her shoes?
I can give you the best answers to these questions on this forum if you would do me one thing. Upload a feet related picture of my choice and I will give you some fantastic answers you can really use. What do you think??

haihappen98
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Re: Gender studies and shoe fetishism

Post by haihappen98 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 6:01 am

Emma Rowbotham wrote:
Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:55 pm
Thank you for all your replies so far. I have far more information about shoe fetishism now than I was expecting. I have a question for all the men out there that are in a relationship. Has your shoe fetish ever effected your relationship in a negative way, or does it continue to effect your relationship in a negative way?

Some examples of how it could negatively effect your relationship are; your partner catches you looking at other women in heels, your partner is starting to resent you insisting she wears heels for you in any way, the fact you are damaging her shoes?
No, for me it was only positive until now. My girlfriend (17, I'm 20) shares/accepts my fetish and wears Heels in bed and let me shoot on her feet or shoes

Emma Rowbotham
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Re: Gender studies and shoe fetishism

Post by Emma Rowbotham » Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:20 am

haihappen98 wrote:
Tue Mar 20, 2018 6:01 am
Emma Rowbotham wrote:
Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:55 pm
Thank you for all your replies so far. I have far more information about shoe fetishism now than I was expecting. I have a question for all the men out there that are in a relationship. Has your shoe fetish ever effected your relationship in a negative way, or does it continue to effect your relationship in a negative way?

Some examples of how it could negatively effect your relationship are; your partner catches you looking at other women in heels, your partner is starting to resent you insisting she wears heels for you in any way, the fact you are damaging her shoes?
No, for me it was only positive until now. My girlfriend (17, I'm 20) shares/accepts my fetish and wears Heels in bed and let me shoot on her feet or shoes
Thank you for your reply. I'm happy you have found somebody that you can share your fetish with.

I have also been researching women who have partners with this fetish, and I have seen some accounts of it harming some relationships over the years, so just wanting to ask the men on this forum if they have felt it has maybe hurt their relationship in some way.

Emma Rowbotham
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Re: Gender studies and shoe fetishism

Post by Emma Rowbotham » Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:24 am

bimbodaughter wrote:
Tue Mar 20, 2018 5:02 am
Emma Rowbotham wrote:
Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:55 pm
Thank you for all your replies so far. I have far more information about shoe fetishism now than I was expecting. I have a question for all the men out there that are in a relationship. Has your shoe fetish ever effected your relationship in a negative way, or does it continue to effect your relationship in a negative way?

Some examples of how it could negatively effect your relationship are; your partner catches you looking at other women in heels, your partner is starting to resent you insisting she wears heels for you in any way, the fact you are damaging her shoes?
I can give you the best answers to these questions on this forum if you would do me one thing. Upload a feet related picture of my choice and I will give you some fantastic answers you can really use. What do you think??
PM me and if I think your information is of any value, I will think about it. :wink:

Slider6
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Re: Gender studies and shoe fetishism

Post by Slider6 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 12:36 pm

Emma Rowbotham wrote:
Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:55 pm
Thank you for all your replies so far. I have far more information about shoe fetishism now than I was expecting. I have a question for all the men out there that are in a relationship. Has your shoe fetish ever effected your relationship in a negative way, or does it continue to effect your relationship in a negative way?

Some examples of how it could negatively effect your relationship are; your partner catches you looking at other women in heels, your partner is starting to resent you insisting she wears heels for you in any way, the fact you are damaging her shoes?
I’ve never had any problems with relationships all my boyfriends and girlfriends were fine with it in fact my current trans bf loves it and has no problem all my ex’s in fact give me some of thier old boots and other footwear whenever they fall apart or get new stuff

Emma Rowbotham
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Re: Gender studies and shoe fetishism

Post by Emma Rowbotham » Wed Apr 04, 2018 5:48 am

bimbodaughter wrote:
Tue Mar 20, 2018 5:02 am
Emma Rowbotham wrote:
Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:55 pm
Thank you for all your replies so far. I have far more information about shoe fetishism now than I was expecting. I have a question for all the men out there that are in a relationship. Has your shoe fetish ever effected your relationship in a negative way, or does it continue to effect your relationship in a negative way?

Some examples of how it could negatively effect your relationship are; your partner catches you looking at other women in heels, your partner is starting to resent you insisting she wears heels for you in any way, the fact you are damaging her shoes?
I can give you the best answers to these questions on this forum if you would do me one thing. Upload a feet related picture of my choice and I will give you some fantastic answers you can really use. What do you think??
I know you must of thought I would not do it, that is why I am even more thankful for all the help you provided me. I did it exactly the way you asked, so I hope you are not disappointed. Thank you again.
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Re: Gender studies and shoe fetishism

Post by Adversary » Wed Apr 04, 2018 7:59 am

Whenever I see a spark in a potential relationship, I always be up front about my fetish. About 60-70% didn't mind it. But most of that 60-70% didn't actually want to engage with my fetish. I guess it isn't a very common fetish. But oh well.

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