Reminder to all footscum
/r/AskWomen/comments/7n9dd5/what_are_your_opinions_on_your_so_having_a_foot/>Most of the foot fetishists I've met (at least the ones who I've known about their fetish) have been incredible creepy and, because their fetish is about a typically non-sexual body part, seem to think that boundaries and consent don't apply to them. Pass.
/r/AskWomen/comments/6plys6/why_do_lots_of_women_think_liking_feet_is_creepy/>This might get down voted but for me, anything that isn't typically a sexualized part of the body that is fetishized creeps me out. You could have an elbow fetish and it'll creep me out, too. That's because I already have to worry about adequately covering my butt and boobs and even thighs, etc. I just want to live in peace and not have every fucking part of my body sexualized.
/r/AskWomen/comments/2leh9l/what_do_you_think_about_foot_fetish_is_it/>In my experience people with a foot fetish tend to be incredibly inappropriate about it. And it's because of that that there's a vaguely negative stigma around it (at least in my local community)>Edit: someone's even made a catchy song/video about it. NSFW>http://youtu.be/oFAozYmmjWs
/r/askwomenadvice/comments/5r9znk/dumped_but_like_some_have_a_foot_fetish/>Okay you say it doesn't go past foot rubbing but clearly it does since its so important to you you're making it a key issue in future relationships. I think this is why I find foot fetish guys so off putting. In my experience they usually make it such a huge part of their identity and often the result of that is they reduce women to vehicles for their fetish and to body parts, and their feet which isn't even a body part a lot of women get much pleasure from.>If it's such a huge issue then I'd suggest trying to find kink friendly circles to run in. Maybe join fetlife and find like minded people.