The most popular sexual fetish, especially among men, foot fetishism has been said to arise from the close proximity between the pleasure center and foot areas in the brain. Whatever the reason, there’s no denying the fact that there is a high representation of foot fetishism in Hollywood and beyond. Here’s a look at some of the famous names you might not have known have (or had) a thing for soles and toes.
The creator of such notable films as Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, The Hateful Eight, and From Dusk till Dawn, writer, actor, director and producer Quentin Tarantino is also a notorious foot fetishist, and includes beautiful women with bare feet in all of his films. A favorite (and frequently barefoot) star of his movies, Uma Thurman, even nodded to his proclivities by teasingly drinking champagne out of her own shoe during a roast of the director at a roast a few years back.
90’s heartthrob and Heathers and Kuffs star Christian Slater admitted in a magazine interview once that he was always willing to experiment in the bedroom, and that he found “toes to be a great deal of fun, definitely!”
Shock Rocker and former flame of fellow foot fetishist Dita Von Teese, Marilyn Manson has been known to enjoy a bit of foot play in and out of the bedroom. But let’s be honest–is that really the oddest thing we expect from Manson?
Believe it or not, the King had a well-documented foot fetish, often attributed to having to massage his mother’s feet as a child. Presley even had specific handlers dedicated to screening the feet of the women whom he would pick to have romantic encounters with him backstage or after shows, just to make sure their tootsies were up to snuff.
The blonde bombshell pop icon is said to shun shoes whenever possible, and is notorious for enjoying having lovers kiss, massage, and love on her feet. Sure, it could be the product of strutting around on stage in heels. But we think there’s some serious fetish love happening there, instead.
Any question that pop artist Andy Warhol was actively practicing podophilia can be laid to rest. Not only were shoes and feet the subject of many of his portraits, the art icon even kept a mummified human foot on the table by his bed. Yikes! Now that is dedication.
Rapper Ludacris may dedicate many of his rhymes to certain other portions of women’s anatomy. But he’s admitted in interviews that he has an affinity to women with beautiful feet. Looks like ladies with well manicured toes don’t need to move out’ the way after all.
Yes. The 18th century Venetian lover, adventurer, and author was also an admirer of women’s feet–among their other features. Is it any surprise that the greatest lover to ever live was a foot fetishist?