Foot Fetishism

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A pronounced sexual interest in feet (or shoes), which is the most common sexual preference for otherwise non-sexual body parts. For a foot fetishist, points of attraction include the shape and size of the foot, toes, toenails, jewelry, treatments (e.g., pedicure), state of dress, odour, and sensory interaction
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Finally, foot-fetishism is addressed specifically in the following terms: "The foot or shoe owes its preference as a fetish [.
Like the former, it is partly concerned with reconstructing the life of a brilliant scholar, in this case a young Korean-American philosopher who died under mysterious circumstances; and like the latter, it has many scenes of unconventional sexuality with an emphasis on what even most liberated people would consider the perverse: urolagnia, coprophilia, foot-fetishism, bestiality, and so on, often practiced with filthy bums (that adjective is merely descriptive, not judgmental).