As Sherlock Holmes used to say, “The game’s afoot, Watson!”
In the September 15th blog posting about Annabelle Rogers, Steve commented about Annabelle wearing shoes throughout the shoot. This isn’t the first time we’ve gotten comments, letter and emails about the topic of shoes vs. bare feet. It’s been one of the top five topics for at least 17 years, along with tattoos, toys, bushy pussies and pregnancy. In the polls we’ve run about shoes versus bare feet, the voting is almost always split down the middle. I did one recently on Twitter and the result was 56% for heels and 44% for bare feet. I’d also like to add that we generally pass along feedback about certain topics to our studio, and the shoes versus bare feet has been one of them for years. The following two emails from the early ’00s are perfect examples.
“I subscribe to Kerry Marie as well and she has beautiful feet. Yet every single picture has her wearing some kind of slip-on shoe, even on her back in a bed or on a couch. They distract from the rest of her and need to go. I’m not a foot fetishist, but I love a nice pair of them. Sure, the legs look better in the shoes when they are standing but not lying down or on all fours or on their stomach. I’m suggesting use the shoes for the standing shots, but lose them when lying or doggy-style shots. I’m willing to bet a lot of other members feel this way.”–M.G.
“Although I don’t consider myself as having a kink for them, I most assuredly have a healthy, lustful attraction for a nice pair of high heels on their pretty feet.”–X.D.
As Dave says, “It’s impossible to make everyone happy with this one. The best thing to do is have a combination of both.”