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Why are People Attracted to Feet?

by Ziad Nassar on November 12, 2020

Why are people attracted to feet?

 There are a few theories as to why people are attracted to feet. Some people are naturally attracted to feet, but most people become interested in feet because of their connection with childhood.

 Some people say that feet represent vulnerability. This is the dominant theory for why people like feet. In childhood, our feet are constantly bare and vulnerable, so we learn to associate the parts of our body that are most vulnerable with safety or pleasure.

 Others believe that the foot fetish stems from an innate desire to be dominated. The foot is a small and delicate part of the body, so having someone else control it represents handing over power. Often, this desire comes from a feeling of helplessness in childhood when we were at the mercy of our parents or caregivers.

 A third theory is that the foot fetish has to do with feelings of attachment. Many people who develop a foot fetish have had strongly positive feelings about their mother’s or caretakers’ feet while growing up. Feet represent comfort, happiness, and security to these people, making them feel closer to their loved ones and more secure in the world.

  What are some signs that someone might have a foot fetish?

 It can be difficult to tell if someone has a foot fetish because it may not come up in everyday conversation. However, there are some signs that may indicate someone has a foot fetish:

 They may talk about sexual experiences involving feet during a first date or in other casual conversations. A possible red flag is talking about what parts of the body they enjoy touching or focusing on during sex instead of what they find attractive about you. This may also include saying they find it erotic to touch certain parts of your body but not others. A person who is interested in you for you will make you feel more attractive than sexy body parts.

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