I told my girlfriend about my fetish... She broke up with meWatch
Her "Lol ok whatever..."
i was so happy, because i thought she would think i was a bit creepy. But i just grabbed her feet and massaged them
she immediately kicked me away with a shocked face
Her "What the hell, you where being serious? feet wtf is wrong with you" Or something along those lines. I just froze, i didn't know what to say, she just kept ranting at me about how i'm not normal, that i'm some kind of freak while she put her clothes on. i tried to apologise but she just slammed the door and left and told me not to contact her ever again.
I'm just wondering is a foot fetish really that weird, is there anyway i can make it up to her? i really love her.
Whereas no one has told me about a foot fetish, I know I wouldn't have reacted that way, and I don't deem it a normal reaction. =S
Out of the myriad things people are into sexually, feet fetishes are really not that weird. Plus weird =/= wrong. Things can obviously be both weird and wrong, but one is not necessarily the other.
Foot fetishes are really common. I don't understand why she reacted in such an extreme way. Perhaps she's had a bad experience...? It probably would have been a wise idea to ask her if you could massage her feet, but they aren't a sexual part of her body so you couldn't really class that as assault... I don't know...
You also should NOT have blurted it out DURING sex, and an even bigger nono was just grabbing her feet and massaging it - that probably just shocked her a bit.
Give her some time, in a few days if she hasn't got back to you then send her a text or something. Maybe apologise for just blurting it out like that and grabbing her feet - but don't apologise for the fetish itself, it's part of you, and why should you be ashamed of it?
IF, in the end, she can't handle it - then love or not - you deserve better, you deserve someone who accepts it and maybe even indulges it
andddd ur GF is narrowminded; she should accept you, regardless of her perception of so called ''normal'' and ''weird''.