Woman A: I love it when my boyfriend touches and caresses my feet after a long day at work.I sometimes get lost staring at him as he massages them. (I'm married.)When (and how) did you first realize you had a thing for feet?I knew about the fetish but still thought it was a little weird, then one day I became curious and saw some of those videos only to realize I also thought some of them were sexy. I love the arch of a man's foot, how it is masculine with the toes and ankles that are strong with muscle.
I tell him how his feet look nice and smooth, then I slowly massage his feet with grip, and I like it when he says "mmm."Man A: I don't have a problem with confidence about this fetish, so I just mention it at some early point in the relationship. Man A: The best reaction was when she ended up being the one asking me to worship her feet after I introduced her to my fetish.
Also, unless you're dating a contortionist or someone who is an expert at giving them, people can't really manipulate things with their feet the same way they do with their hands.
We usually don't have that kind of control over our legs, which causes the movements to be sloppy compared with a hand job. That's not necessarily a bad thing though — it prolongs the physical pleasure. Man B: It feels more submissive somehow, more erotic.
Just to give an example, I think Emma Stone's feet are gorgeous, especially because of her high arches, and they fall into the group mentioned before.
I think blue and red nail polish look sexy on hands and feet, but polish or no polish, it's the same. Woman A: Start out playing footsies, and let him feel, rub, and caress your feet, legs, and thighs with his.
I loved seeing guys go to the salon to get their feet massaged and their toenails cut.