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Rock'en pod shows his shoes

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Cameron, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

  2. nickita

    nickita Member

    one has to ask the question did the Dr aquire the shoe fetish before becoming a Podiatrist or after? :rolleyes:;)
     
  3. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

    netizens

    Collecting shoes is not a fetish whereas having sexual relationship with them is. In the case of shoes, the paraphilia is called restifism (or retifism). Some restifists will amass a set of shoes which are kept for their intimate pleasure.

    Collecting anything, should it become an overwhelming preoccupation would be symptomatic of a compulsive disorder. This is not a fetish in Freudian terms.

    Many people now accumulate shoes (both worn and not) as a form of investment. Comparatively cheap artefacts these can prove blue chip investments.

    If you would like to know more about foot fetishism and shoe retifism, then have a look at http://toeslayer-retifismandfetishism.blogspot.com/ (Warning this does contain some adult material)

    toeslayer
     
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