Foot-worshipping is way more common than you might think. From Paris to Berlin, there’s no end of fellas who want nothing more than to bow their heads and lick every last inch of a woman’s foot clean.
It’s even, on occasion, encroached into the mainstream – how many minutes of your life have you lost to looking at Uma Thurman’s feet in the oeuvre of Quentin Tarantino?
I’m here to tell you that, Quentin notwithstanding, there’s nothing wrong with a good dose of foot worship.
And in this day and age, where every fetish under the sun is not only accepted but almost normalized, it’s never been easier to find someone who scratches that special itch.
However, mainstreaming comes with drawbacks. Many sites and apps will try to cater to foot fetishes, but after an hour or two of fruitless and frustrating searching, it becomes clear that you’re nobody’s going to give you what you want.
It can be quite difficult to cut through all the bullshit and get to the good stuff.
That’s where this article comes in. As someone very active in the community and with no end of tongues slithering in between her little piggies, I have a lot of experience seeking out subs to worship my feet.
And, luckily for you, I’m here to share that experience so that you don’t waste your time on sites that promise everything and deliver nothing.
Why Should We Trust Your Opinion?
Because I’m an experienced foot-fetish Domme who’s been sticking my feet in the faces of hundreds of subs for over fifteen years.
Because I’ve been active on the apps since apps were a thing. Because I’m just plain better than you, so sit down, shut the fuck up, and let the grownups do the talking now.
Ashley Madison For Foot-Fetishists
Ashley Madison is more renowned for its philandery facilitation than its thriving fetish community, but did you know that it’s possible for a woman to be an adulterer and a foot fetishist? I know, it’s wild.
In fact, Ashley Madison is a great place to look for fellow kinksters in general and foot fetishists in particular.
Why? Because you wouldn’t believe the number of married people who are sexually repressed. Or maybe you would if you’ve met any.
The point is that married people quite often don’t communicate their sexual needs very well to their spouses, which leads to them looking to scratch that itch outside the bounds of their marriage, which in this day and age leads them to apps like Ashley Madison.
And people on Ashley Madison are extremely forward about what they want, which is great news for kinksters like you and me.
No beating around the bush or back-and-forthing figuring out what you want – people will just tell you.
And as a bonus for people looking for some no-strings-attached foot-worship, Ashley Madison is pretty much, by default, an app where long-term commitments are unlikely to happen.
Seeking a dirty cheating housewife’s toes to nibble on.
How Much Does It Cost?
Free for ladies (much like they offer us free drinks on ladies’ night – to get a healthy female population going on), but the fellas need to purchase credits, which are used for everything from messaging to buying gifts.
Credits can be bought in different-sized packages, with the bigger packages being cheaper. A basic plan gets you 100 credits for $45, while at the other end of the spectrum, you can get 1000 credits for $289.
FetLife: The Good, The Bad And The Kinky
At once a social media platform and a dating site, FetLife is the place to go if you want all the interactivity of Facebook but are also looking for a fellow kinkster with whom to get down and dirty.
FetLife features a newsfeed, friend networks, posted events, pages you can follow and groups you can join, so the Facebook comparison really is quite apt.
But where on Facebook you might be quite open about your desire to clean a woman’s instep with your tongue, on FetLife, it’s completely normal (and even encouraged).
It almost goes without saying that FetLife isn’t a pure dating/hook-up site. Many people are there for the sense of community it engenders, and it’s a great place to find out about upcoming conventions and events that might appeal to your particular kinks.
Though of course, as a fetish site, if you want to hook up it’s very much possible.
Sadly, there are a fair number of time-wasters on FetLife, who’ll play the game of being interested only never to follow through.
It’s not really possible to find a way to screen for such time-wasters (on other sites, you might look for ‘verified’ users, for example), and so you’ll just have to take your lumps and move on. Or even use one of the other options from this article.
You want Facebook but with kinksters.
How much does FetLife cost?
FetLife, much like Facebook, is entirely free at a basic level. This includes registration, almost all site content, and unlimited messaging to other users.
There is a paid membership option, which is a very affordable $5/month. This grants you access to premium content such as popular posts and top-rated videos (some of which can be quite explicit).
There is no discount for buying longer plans, but you can get lifetime access for a flat fee of $240.
This is obviously the equivalent of 2 continuous years of use, so make sure the site is for you before opting in.
Fetish Partner: foot Femdoms galore
Fetish Partner Overview
A specialist website with no end of kinksters up for indulging any number of fetishes, Fetish Partner is a fantastic place to find that special lady (or man) in your life.
It’s welcoming to pretty much anybody, and it’s extremely welcoming to newcomers to the scene – so if you’re curious about foot fetishism but don’t know where to start, Fetish Partner would be a great place to take your first tentative steps onto the scene.
Whether you’re a new kid on the block or an old hand, it’s important that you spend a bit of time fleshing out your profile before you start looking.
Fetish Partner has great search filters that will help you quickly find what you’re looking for – or help someone quickly find you.
The more time and effort you put into creating your profile, the more likely you are to find someone whose interests align with yours.
Fetish Partner is also a huge proponent of foot fetishism and has an entire page dedicated to the practice and how women can most easily turn guys on using their feet.
It’s a great app both for subs and doms who are into foot fetishism.
You want a dominant woman to step all over your pathetic unworthy face.
How Much Is Fetish Partner?
Fetish Partner operates on the ever-popular proprietary currency system, with theirs being called ‘coins’ (nice and simple).
The most basic package nets you 150 coins (plus 80 ‘bonus coins’) for around $8, and you can go all the way up to 4500 coins for approximately $130. It costs 50 coins to send a message.
The simply-monikered ‘Fet’ is an iPhone/Android app that works very much like Tinder – you register, set up a profile with a few pics and a bio, and start swiping.
Of course, the major difference between this and Tinder is that this is for kinksters.
Fet isn’t just a Tinder clone though – it also spots chat lobbies where people can just hang out and shoot the shit.
If you find someone who piques your interest in such a lobby, it’s easy to send them a message and get a conversation started.
Do be warned that these chat lobbies are quite often plagued with time-wasters and trolls, however.
I’ve seen people openly and antagonistically throwing racial abuse around in some such lobbies, and the moderators are either slow to act or don’t act at all.
You may be best sticking to the app when it’s at its most Tinder-y, and just play the swiping game.
How much is Fet?
Fet is free at a basic level, though you can upgrade your account to use ‘superpowers’. These allow you to browse incognito, post publicly on other kinksters’ walls, and see who’s liked you.
One month of superpowers costs you $19 approx; you can get six months for $65 and a year for $92 or thereabouts.
Adult Friend Finder: The One-Size-Fits-All Site
Adult Friend Finder is a well-regarded dating/hook-up app that caters to pretty much anybody looking for anything, whether that’s a relationship, hook-up, or femdom foot fetishist.
Adult Friend Finder is hugely popular. They average 5.5 million hits monthly, and whatever time of day you’re on, there’s bound to be a huge pool of active users.
This means that you should have an easy time finding someone who shares your interests, no matter where you are in the world.
AFF’s ratio of men to women is, incidentally, not all that bad for a straight hookup website.
There is a 2:1 men-women ratio, which makes great pickings for us footdoms out there looking for a sub, but also means that if you’re a guy looking for a foot-fetish dom, your chances are pretty good in comparison to some other popular sites.
How Much Is Adult Friend Finder?
AFF’s hefty reputation comes with a price tag that’s almost as hefty; expect to pay around $26-27 a month, with a full 12 months costing around $155.
Not all dating/hook-up sites are created equal – particularly when you’re looking for something as specific as a foot-fetish dominatrix – but I hope I’ve done my part in pointing out some of the better ones on the internet.
The modern age has, at least, made it easier than ever before, so keep on trucking, and you’re sure to find the dom of your dreams!