- It is one of body's most sensitive touchable organs, possessing its own sexual nerves
- It is often the first part of a parent that a baby touches. Likewise parents often play with toddlers by pushing with their feet or letting them ride on their feet.
- The structure of the human foot made the upright posture possible, thus allowing frontal human copulation, a coital position unique in all nature
- Of all known sex related fetishes, those associated with the foot, toes and shoes are by far the most common
- The sensuality of the human stride owes its character to the foot
- The foot possesses the power of "podolinguistics" or foot language - an innate ability to communicate feelings, attitude and desires
- The foot has sex-attractive features - its contours and sinuous movements, its arch, instep, ankle, toes etc..
- The universal human desire to dress the foot in sex-attractive ways with shoes and other ornamentation is further evidence of the foot's natural erotogenic character.
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Men don't even notice women in high heels. Wearing high heels certainly makes women look taller and slimmer, but it seems they do nothing to grab the attention of men, as they don't even notice them, according to a new study.I personally feel this is something weird. What was the sample size taken for this survey? and what was the profile of men surveyed, totally a dubious finding which got publicity on a large scale..
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Researchers at Northumbria University are studying the reactions of men to women walking while wearing high heels and others without heels.
But they say research has shown that men cannot even tell if a woman is wearing high heels when they walk.
It is part of a wider research project into attraction and the signals sent out by movement like walking and dancing.
Researchers have already used 3D motion-capture technology to identify the movement areas of a male dancer''s body that influence female perceptions of whether their dance skills are good or bad.
The study, led by evolutionary psychologist Dr Nick Neave and researcher Kristofor McCarty, for the first time identified potential biomechanical differences between "good" and "bad" male dancers.
Neave believes that such dance movements may act as signals of a man's reproductive quality, in terms of health, vigour or strength.
Now another study is looking at women between 18 and 35 and what signals are sent out when they walk with and without heels.
Male observers in the experiment cannot tell which figures are wearing heels.
"Women are spending money on high heels, which can be dangerous, presumably to make themselves look good and add to what nature has given them," the Telegraph quoted Neave as saying.
The study is investigating if the change in body posture brought about by wearing heels, such as the illusion of longer legs, tilting torso and more prominent rear, sends a signal which has an impact on men.The news from Mid Day..
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