Who Does 
Women's Shoes?
WE DO!!!
Isn't it time you came out of the closet?
OVER THE YEARS BUYING MANY DIFFERENT TYPES OF WOMEN'S SHOES MOST OF THE TIME WE LEARN WHAT WE LIKE AND DON'T LIKE.  

Not all women's shoes are hot and sexy.  In fact most are not but through trial and error we finally find the right shoes for us.

Billy G
If you look at the shoe to the right it is Clear there are many sexy curves and lines.  Sadly some will only see nothing exciting. 
Let's try again.


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I don’t think I agree that a shoe fetish is a logical extension of a foot fetish.

I have a very intense shoe fetish (so much so, that I will often browse women’s shoes shopping sites as masturbation fodder), but feet leave me completely and utterly disinterested. In fact, a bare foot exposed within a shoe is a minus for my shoe fetishism --- I prefer socks or hosed feet in my shoes, or just the shoes themselves, failing that.

So I think foot worship is associated with a part of the human body . . . similar to those who like breasts. It is to do with human anatomy. Shoe fetishism is about the shoe as the sexual OBJECT: The look of patent leather; the smell of leather and polish; the buckles; the laces; the vamp; the arousing contrast between white turn-cuffed socks and shiny black patent leather; a long high heel.

i.o.w. the shoes become the sexual object in and of themselves, they do NOT need to be on a woman’s foot . . . in fact, better if they are not! I also WEAR the women’s shoes I sexualize, particularly black patent Mary Janes, which are my “ne plus ultra” of shoes, and which I frequently wear for sexual gratification, and even in public in order to feel “pretty” and feminine about my feet.

As to the question, “Is it OK . . . ?” . . . All I can say is that it is a very strong fetish. If you have it in the way I have it, many women may resent the fact that you can become sexually excited by a shoe, but rather less so by her(!) But that is the case with all fetishes that revolve around objects that are not part of the actual human body. Some people can embrace it in their partner: some (like my wife) can’t. If the partner cannot embrace your fetish, I can say from personal experience you won’t have a very “close” partnership in the sexual arena (or, at least, it won’t be an honest one). It is probably best to find someone at the outset who is able to embrace and accept your sexual quirk (or has their own similar sort of expressed fetish) and thereby understands what fetishistic obsessions mean to a relationship’s intimate landscape. That said, I suppose, if brutally honest, objectification of a shoe as a trigger for sexual arousal really does mean one is a little less aroused by the actual other human in any sexual tryst.


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I don’t think I agree that a shoe fetish is a logical extension of a foot fetish.

I have a very intense shoe fetish (so much so, that I will often browse women’s shoes shopping sites as masturbation fodder), but feet leave me completely and utterly disinterested. In fact, a bare foot exposed within a shoe is a minus for my shoe fetishism --- I prefer socks or hosed feet in my shoes, or just the shoes themselves, failing that.

So I think foot worship is associated with a part of the human body . . . similar to those who like breasts. It is to do with human anatomy. Shoe fetishism is about the shoe as the sexual OBJECT: The look of patent leather; the smell of leather and polish; the buckles; the laces; the vamp; the arousing contrast between white turn-cuffed socks and shiny black patent leather; a long high heel.

i.o.w. the shoes become the sexual object in and of themselves, they do NOT need to be on a woman’s foot . . . in fact, better if they are not! I also WEAR the women’s shoes I sexualize, particularly black patent Mary Janes, which are my “ne plus ultra” of shoes, and which I frequently wear for sexual gratification, and even in public in order to feel “pretty” and feminine about my feet.

As to the question, “Is it OK . . . ?” . . . All I can say is that it is a very strong fetish. If you have it in the way I have it, many women may resent the fact that you can become sexually excited by a shoe, but rather less so by her(!) But that is the case with all fetishes that revolve around objects that are not part of the actual human body. Some people can embrace it in their partner: some (like my wife) can’t. If the partner cannot embrace your fetish, I can say from personal experience you won’t have a very “close” partnership in the sexual arena (or, at least, it won’t be an honest one). It is probably best to find someone at the outset who is able to embrace and accept your sexual quirk (or has their own similar sort of expressed fetish) and thereby understands what fetishistic obsessions mean to a relationship’s intimate landscape. That said, I suppose, if brutally honest, objectification of a shoe as a trigger for sexual arousal really does mean one is a little less aroused by the actual other human in any sexual tryst.



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I don’t think I agree that a shoe fetish is a logical extension of a foot fetish.

I have a very intense shoe fetish (so much so, that I will often browse women’s shoes shopping sites as masturbation fodder), but feet leave me completely and utterly disinterested. In fact, a bare foot exposed within a shoe is a minus for my shoe fetishism --- I prefer socks or hosed feet in my shoes, or just the shoes themselves, failing that.

So I think foot worship is associated with a part of the human body . . . similar to those who like breasts. It is to do with human anatomy. Shoe fetishism is about the shoe as the sexual OBJECT: The look of patent leather; the smell of leather and polish; the buckles; the laces; the vamp; the arousing contrast between white turn-cuffed socks and shiny black patent leather; a long high heel.

i.o.w. the shoes become the sexual object in and of themselves, they do NOT need to be on a woman’s foot . . . in fact, better if they are not! I also WEAR the women’s shoes I sexualize, particularly black patent Mary Janes, which are my “ne plus ultra” of shoes, and which I frequently wear for sexual gratification, and even in public in order to feel “pretty” and feminine about my feet.

As to the question, “Is it OK . . . ?” . . . All I can say is that it is a very strong fetish. If you have it in the way I have it, many women may resent the fact that you can become sexually excited by a shoe, but rather less so by her(!) But that is the case with all fetishes that revolve around objects that are not part of the actual human body. Some people can embrace it in their partner: some (like my wife) can’t. If the partner cannot embrace your fetish, I can say from personal experience you won’t have a very “close” partnership in the sexual arena (or, at least, it won’t be an honest one). It is probably best to find someone at the outset who is able to embrace and accept your sexual quirk (or has their own similar sort of expressed fetish) and thereby understands what fetishistic obsessions mean to a relationship’s intimate landscape. That said, I suppose, if brutally honest, objectification of a shoe as a trigger for sexual arousal really does mean one is a little less aroused by the actual other human in any sexual tryst.

Once you decide which shoes are great for you then the fun begins.  I strongly suggest WET silicone lube to make things go well.  First shoe sex may seem very strange and awkward, BUT, once you are inside a great shoe it is easy to see the comparison to a vagina.  For me women's shoes are as good as sex can get and in some cases even better.

SMB 
Burton H K says these are irresistible and he finds that he needs to kiss, fondle, and have sex with her feet and these shoes.  Then he thinks he will move up to oral sex with her.  Maybe with the shoes if she is receptive.   He notes he is happy his wife accepts who he is.