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By  Mightyrif  |  23

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  icryevrytime  |  7

My boyfriend has a foot fetish and he has had it since it started going through puberty, pretty much. And he is not sexually attracted to boobs or anything else. Just feet. sigh.

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  Honema  |  16

the part of your brain which controls the feet is closetst to the genitals compared to any other body part, so sexual arousal is often paired with it. Taadaa

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  ifailsobadly  |  18

To expand, you have 2 areas of your brain (these are homunculus(es?)) and are sensory and motor. They basically map how you respond to stimulations. The bit that would respond to feet would slightly overlap with the area responding to genitalia, making foot fetish not a choice, but literally compulsory.

By  conman531  |  22

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  DaMann360  |  19

No it won't. No woman should ever live with a man before marriage and expect to get married. Why? Because what's the point? Assuming both OP and her boyfriend have sex and live together. The man is already getting all of the perks of being married so why spend thousands and thousands for something you basically already have? A lot of men living with their girlfriends, having sex, don't feel like marriage is necessary because there isn't a point, thus they never propose. I'm going to marry my girlfriend so that I can live with her, have sex, start a family, and be happy. If I already get all of that, why marry? My suggestion is for girls to never live with their boyfriends expecting marriage because lots of the time, it won't happen. If you are gunna live with them, at least deny them the other perks of marriage. That'll promote the will to propose. OP, still don't give up. It may happen but do not count on it.

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  chinaski7628  |  32

#62-- good for you and your beliefs, but marriage is more than living with somebody and having sex with that person. Even if two people are living together, there are still many reasons to get married (or not get married). And I hate to tell you this, but I know a lot of people (including my parents) who lived together before they got married and have had strong, long lasting marriages. In fact, out of all of my married friends I can't think of a couple who didn't live together first.

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  nightbirdblue  |  27

If you didn't live to together before getting married, how are you supposed to know whether or not the daily habits of your boyfriend or girlfriend's home life won't make you want to murder them? Maybe you NEED to have your bed made and neat to sleep, while they could care less and usually leave theirs in complete disarray with sheets half off the bed. Maybe they're secretly a hoarder. Maybe they hide bodies of cats they mutilated in their basement. How can you know someone enough to marry them without living with them first? Of course, if you take marriage as serious as knowing someone for a day and thinking that they are the love of your life, then perhaps you don't need the knowledge requirement of your romantic partner to get married.

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  DaMann360  |  19

That is why you dont rush. You get to know them more than anyone else does. Learn who they are and make your choice. Know how they live before you marry. Talk with them about your future together and how things will be. I worded my last comment wrong. Marriage is about loving someone. Not just for living together and having sex. I strongly believe that sex and living together needs to only happen AFTER marriage. That is why I said what I said. Plus, when I said "I'm marrying my girlfriend so that we can live together, have sex, start a family, and be happy," that is worded wrongly. I'm marrying her because I love her but I will not do those things until after marriage. When I marry, I'll be able to do those things, which is very special in my opinion. Besides, no one should HAVE to live with someone before they know they want to marry. You are supposed to truely know someone BEFORE you take that step, BEFORE marriage. Thats what I believe in. Now if people are gunna start commenting up a storm, creating a full conversation, at least lets be respectful and civil to eachother and have a friendly debate. I respect your beliefs. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

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  DaMann360  |  19

#67, I will not try to hide this fact. I know plenty of people who lived together before marriage and ironically, my girlfriend's parents are one such couple. But my girlfriend and I made the decision to not follow in their footsteps and we will wait till after marriage. Also, I know more married couples who didnt live together before marriage than couples who did. One example is my parents. They never lived together before marriage and they are as happy as can be.

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  leary96  |  15

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