I have been told by two different doctors that I have ED. Even during sexual intercourse, I have an extremely hard time keeping an erection. I have an extremely strong foot fetish. Something that I have noticed through experimentation is that having my partners feet on me in different places, especially my face, makes it so that I keep my erections when I do finally get one.
As long as her feet are in my face during sex, I don’t lose my erection. Is it possible that my ability to sexually perform has become reliant on my worship fetish and if so, what can I do to correct this? There are many women out there that aren’t comfortable with a man kissing and licking her feet.
I want to make sure that I can perform and satisfy my partner. I have stopped drinking alcohol and soda/pop, I don’t smoke cigarettes anymore, and I exercise daily. Please help me? Any advice would be great.
I really don’t think you should worry. You just have to stick with women that are comfortable with a man kissing and licking her feet.
IN my case, I am just worried that my ability to perform in sexual intercourse is reliant on my fetish. Luckily I have a female partner that likes my fetish and is highly flexible so she always finds a way to work my fetish into what we are doing to help me but I am afraid that there is nothing I can do to rid myself of this reliance. That or, if nothing else, reduce the need for it to perform.
Hi I had the same issue with my female partner, the only difference is that I had a foot fetish for men’s socked feet and footwear. I have never had sex with a guy, but really enjoy having their socked feet in my face. I do get sexually aroused but only by the smell, feel and look of his socked foot in my face. Through many sessions with a sexual therapist, I learned how to bridge the gap. Having images of a mans foot in my face always gets me really aroused enough to make it all the way with a female… The only problem I have is finding men that understand my feelings, and that are willing to give me a bit of sunshine…
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It seems that your underlying ED problem is, your ability to perform has become reliant on feet fetish.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) in men is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain a penis erection sufficient for mutually satisfying intercourse. Erectile dysfunction impacts more than a man’s sexual activity. The emotions and uncertainties that coincide with this men’s sexual condition often have a significant effect on a man’s health and self-esteem, as well as, his relationship with his sexual partner. Although the majority of causes of male penile erectile dysfunction are physical, there are quite frequently underlying psychological partialism factors involved as well.
Modern psychology assumes that sexual fetishism either is being conditioned or imprinted or the result of a traumatic experience. But also physical factors like brain construction and heredity are considered possible explanations.
There are two possible treatments for fetishism: cognitive therapy and psychoanalysis. Both may be supported by an additional medication treatment.