Foot Fetish Hookers Are Making Fortunes on the Nation’s Weary Feet
Foot fetish hookers have found a way to make fortunes and I’m jealous. How do you get into the business? Where do you start? What would mother say?
If there are people out there willing to pay good money to massage my feet, I want to hear from them in the comments box – like, yesterday.
My interest in the foot fetish phenomenom was sparked by an article in the New York Post. Spas have sprung up in Manhattan where well-heeled guys pay $200 to spend forty minutes rubbing, kissing, licking and adoring girls’ pretty pampered feet. They interviewed one purveyor of foot fetish relief who says she has a ‘clothes on’ policy and her job is ‘technically not prostitution.’ The girls probably just lie back reading the Wall Street Journal wondering what they are going to do with all the money they are raking in with their feet.
There are two types of foot fetish. Those who hate having their feet touched, and those who love it. I am one of the latter. It is a passion that began after I competed in a cross country race at school, ten miles on a damp English day through muddy forest and field. From two hundred girls, I came fourth, a worthy achievement instantly forgotten. Like coming fourth in the Olympics, who cares?
One of the girls in the dorm gave my feet a massage and I fell in love. I had a boyfriend named Simon at the time. At the Easter break, we had learned how to use tongues when kissing. But the pleasure of Simon’s lips on mine was nothing compared to Gemma’s fingers pressing into the pressure points on the soles of my feet. I am squirming in my seat just thinking about it.
Men are more prone to foot fetish than women. As a minority female victim, I may create a FaceBook group to lobby the NHS for compensation. I mean, they spend billions on bad backs and cancer, a few million for girls who spend their days in high heels seems a very small ask.
Foot Fetish Martyrs
According to Wikipedia, foot fetish, foot partialism, foot 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.
F Scott Fitzgerald was as fond of the foot as he was of the bottle and visited one prostitute regularly to ‘appreciate her beautiful feet.’ James Joyce liked women’s farts. René Descartes had a passion for women with cross-eyes – I blink therefore I am? Salvador Dali liked the gap between women’s thighs to be big enough for a grasshopper to jump through. The Marquis de Sade had a box full of fetishes, most famously, according to Roland Barthes, his desire for Marianne Lavergne to whip his buttocks with a parchment beater with bent pins. I like that about the Marquis, he could take it as well as give it.
Martyrs to foot fetish are drawn to shoes, sandals, flip flops, painted toenails, high arches, toe-rings, anklets, even socks. According to Sigmund Freud, foot-binding is a fetish. Then, Freud got almost everything wrong. Foot obsessives like tickling, rubbing, licking, sucking toes, sniffing and some enjoy rubbing their genitals with arbitrary feet, preferably pretty ones.
The foot is particularly susceptible to stress. It is one of the most complex parts of the body consisting of thirty-eight bones connected by various joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. When your feet ache, it drains the entire body and generates trauma in other areas. Your shoulders or back may be tender, but a foot massage is often the best treatment.
The foot represents the whole body in acupuncture. Skilled therapists are able to apply pressure on key points, or meridians, to relieve pain in other parts of the body. For those among us with a foot fetish, this works even when it doesn’t work.
Two things: if you have a foot fetish, do leave a comment below (no puzzles or tricks) and if you haven’t read Katie in Love there’s a foot massage scene that will drive you wild xx Chloe