There is nothing more exciting than seeing a woman explode into giggling hysteria when I slip off her high-heeled pump and tickle the sole of her nylon-covered foot. While I enjoy having standard vanilla sex, tickling is the foreplay that lights the fuse on my stick of dynamite! If I went to a fetish party, dungeon, or escort for just some nylon foot tickling without going any further, is it legal? I don’t have a problem paying for it, but spending the night in jail is not an option. I figure it’s a compromise, but we all need to compromise sometimes. Also, do you think there are any women out there who enjoy tickling?
You’re a lucky man—so far as I know, consensual tickling is still 100 percent legal in the US. I dunno if you even really need a dungeon. That might be overkill. I would hate for you to get made fun of by the guys having electrostim rods shoved up their pee holes. But you know, whatever floats your boat. I am for boat-floating, whatever form it takes.
I can’t imagine that you’d have trouble finding a professional lady with shapely feet to tickle, if you’re willing to pay cash money for it. But again, I doubt you need to. I get that paying someone to help you play out your fantasy exactly as you’ve pictured it is attractive, and I’m certainly not trying to discourage you from that.
I would say, though, that a sexual rule of thumb is that if you’re into something, there’s somebody else out there who is also into that thing. We live on a planet of 7 billion human beings—at least some of them have to be women who are hot for tickling. How to find them? Ask the internet! Fetlife, Adult Friend Finder, or even Craigslist are good places to start searching for a sexual counterpart, whatever your particular kink is.
For you, though, life could be even easier. Like I said, my tickly-fingered friend, you are a lucky man. Tickling and foot worship are kinks that, at least as far as I can tell, non-kinky people don’t seem to have hangups about getting into. Since it doesn’t really require your partner to do anything culturally taboo or “gross,” it’s much easier for a vanilla chick—or a kinked-in-a-different-direction chick—to be excited about having you tickle her feet.
Even if it’s not your cup of tea, specifically, it’s sexy to watch your partner get turned on, and to feel like you’re giving them something sexually that they need/want. It might not be something to bring up the first time you get with someone, but then again, why not? Whatever it takes to make the sex hot seems worth doing, in my mind, and hopefully that means she’ll be willing to open up about what specific and odd things she wants from you.
Sometimes I feel like with straight vanilla people there’s this hierarchy of sex, like first you do the “normal” things and then you do the “weird” things, and then at some point maybe one of you dramatically reveals that you have a fetish! Or something! But I don’t see why that should be so. Life would be so much easier if people were more upfront about stuff: “I want to tickle your feet.” “Okay, then you can slap my face.” “Sounds good, let’s do it!”