Foot, Shoe, Boot Fetish
Article from a researcher & a web page follower
There are billions of women's shoes and boots out there but only some are erotic and sexually stimulating.  If you search EBAY women's used shoes you will see this is true and also you will find those of interest to you.  

I have found in years of searching only a few brands and then only a few styles in those brands make the excitement threshold for me.

Whatever you excitement the search is part of the fun.  

Thanks again for  a great site.


I absolutely love the shoes I have found and some of the boots are the best sex ever.

wearing womens shoes

I have liked the style of the women's shoes since I was little! When I was in my teens a good friend that lived a few doors down I used to visit all the time. You took your shoes off at the front door and went in. Her mom always had the coolest pumps at the front door. When I would leave to go home I would always try her pumps on. I got caught a few times. My friend and her mom gave me two pair of pumps. Which I started wearing discreetly. Shortly after that, I started with women's Flats! And it progressed from there. I wear women's flats almost all the time. Started to wear the silver color recently, just love the Looks I get! Some disapprove, and some think it's cool and give me a thumbs up! One guy said he wishes he was Brave enough to do it! That really gives you a boost!


I agree with this site & also argue one or two points. 

The older I get the more used designer shoes and boots get even more interesting and more of my attention.  Once I found silicone WET lubes my focus on shoes grew even more.  My partner is at once a week for sex, I need more.  So my doing shoes stoned has turned into an incredible passion where I now feel like doing a shoe is actually fucking her feet and shoes.  I look at the left shoe and before I can imagine her feet wearing them I am turned on even more and literally in love with the shoes.  Let me be clear I'm fucking the shoe and I am not fucking her feet.  The excitement with a bit of marijuana is beyond belief or anything I ever imagined my fetish could be.  Thank you S-B....

This site introduced me to shoe fetish stoned and I have never turned back once I got the courage to try marijuana and then my fetish came naturally once I walked into our closet.  I could not believe how focused and excited I was and just how erect. 

The comment look toward eBay for used shoes changed everything.  But sometimes the right shoe is priced right sometimes it's too expensive.  But either way so many great options. If you don't win one you might win the next.

What An amazing sexual adventure -  
thanks again --- Xavier H
For those who do not understand shoe fetish sex and play I get it.  They think oh how gross, but, very high quality shoes are generally very expensive and very well taken care of and clean.  If they have odd odors or mildew many of us would pass on them or try to clean them.  

More importantly once you do an incredible used woman's shoe and penetrate deep inside you will fall in love with them and want to do it over and over again.  The researchers have no clue what they are talking about.   Read a couple of articles and you will clearly see they see the oddity and not the incredible pleasure. 


There is scientific proof that foot fetishes are normal

Research dating back to the 1950s explains why the foot fetish makes total sense.

The fetish for feet is much more common than you think…


  • A fetish is a sexual fixation on a specific object, activity, or body part that becomes absolutely necessary to a person's sexual satisfaction. 
  • According to recent research, 1 in 7 people have fantasized about feet in a sexual way at least once in their lives. 
  • Prominent researcher Wilder Penfield, who established the "body image map" in the 1950s, explains that the sensory perception for our feet is located directly adjacent to the sensory perception area for our genitalia - which can explain the sexual fascination many people experience with feet.

Jaimee Bell

“Fetish” and “kink” are sometimes used interchangeably, but there are some key differences that are important to discuss when we’re talking about the psychology of a specific sexual desire.

A fetish is a sexual fixation on a specific object, activity, or body part that becomes absolutely necessary to a person’s sexual satisfaction. A kink is a broad term that is used to describe many different “alternative” sexual interests, preferences, and/or fantasies.

A fetish will oftentimes be psychologically ingrained in our desires – it becomes almost impossible to feel sexual pleasure without including this particular thing in your sex life.

Sometimes a fetish is a kink that has become psychologically essential to sexual gratification. For some, participating in a specific BDSM activity may start as a fantasy and eventually lead to something they need in order to feel arousal, pleasure, and sexual release.

How are fetishes formed?

The idea of how fetishes are formed has been a question of intrigue for a long time. However, there is still very little research available on the subject. Perhaps this is because of the complexities of sexual psychology — after all, sometimes it’s difficult to explain why our brain reacts the way it does to certain stimulation.

The most common answer to the question of how fetishes are formed is that a fetish is a learned response. For example, when a neutral item (such as a shoe, for example) is paired with something arousing (a nude photo, for example), the previously neutral item is eventually associated with arousal and sexual excitement, eventually becoming a trigger for arousal.

This theory was proven in 1966, with a study performed by Stanley Rachman, where colored photographic slides of naked women were projected onto a screen for 15 seconds, followed by another image of a pair of black, knee-length women’s boots projected for 30 seconds.

Sexual arousal was successfully conditioned in this study, meaning that the participants eventually became aroused when looking at the image of the black boot.

There is another theory surrounding fetishism that suggests there are prerequisite personality traits that enable us to become more or less likely to develop certain fetishes.

According to psychologist Dr. Justin Lehmiller, who is currently a research fellow at the Kinsey Institute, the idea that people are “born with” fetishes likely won’t be proven – but there is merit to the idea people may be born with a generalized predisposition to developing fetishes.

“Although personality is undoubtedly influenced by environmental factors, several studies have suggested that a number of personality traits are heritable to some degree,” Lehmiller explains. “So, to the extent that individuals are born with tendencies towards certain personality traits could explain why some people are more likely to develop fetishes than others.”

1 in 7 people have had a sexual fantasy about feet.Photo by Martin Carlsson on Shutterstock

The fetish for feet has been labeled as many things: foot fetishism, foot worship, foot partialism (where you are sexually aroused by a certain body part).

Foot fetishism has also been deemed a paraphilia (a condition where the individual’s sexual arousal and satisfaction depend on fantasizing over a specific thing), with people who have a distinct interest in feet noted as having “podophilia”, which is described as a pronounced sexual interest in feet (or shoes).

How popular are foot fetishes?

According to Justin Lehmiller, who collected data on this topic for his book “Tell Me What You Want”, reported that 1 in 7 people have reported having a foot-related sexual fantasy before. However, he explains the number of people who have a true fetish for feet is likely to be much smaller than that.

It’s important to note, according to Lehmiller, that just because someone has fantasized about feet in a sexual capacity, this doesn’t mean they have a fetish for feet – simply, they have been sexually aroused by the idea of feet in the past.

Lehmiller even went as far as breaking down the sexual orientation of his participants, explaining that 18% of heterosexual men have fantasized about feet before, compared to a very small 5% of heterosexual women. Twenty-one percent of gay or bisexual identifying men and 11% of lesbian or bisexual women also shared their experiences with foot-related sexual fantasies.

The “body image map” known as the Penfield Homunculus explains why people can be sexually aroused by feet.Photo by sergey karabanov on Shutterstock

Dr. Vilayanur Ramachandran, a neurologist and professor of neuroscience and psychology at the University of California, San Diego, has spent years studying and analyzing the neural mechanisms that cause human behaviors.

Wilder Penfield established the “body image map” (referred to as The Penfield homunculus) which found that sensations in the body directly correlated to stimulations in various parts of our brain. The sensory perception for our feet is located directly adjacent to the sensory perception area for our genitalia – perfectly explaining the normalcy behind foot fetishism.