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My soles hare the most sensitive part of my feet by far. They also represent the area that receives the most attention from my foot fans. If I were to accept each and every one of their offers to lick and suck my soles I know for certain that when I tried to stand up, the volume of saliva would send me sliding across the floor.
Being a sex toy tester can be a challenge in the summer. In fact in the sweltering Barcelona heat, it can be a very sticky job indeed. But what can be even more difficult is deciding which lucky toy to take with me on holiday.
I remember loving that barefoot feeling when I was young, especially when I went out into the garden in the early morning. As I placed my naked feet on the cold grass, when it was still wet with dew, the delicate skin on my soles and inbetween my toes never failed to respond.
I would definitely consider myself to be a xenophile. My love for foreign things began at a young age when I became obsessed with everything that was French. Later, I lived and studied in Paris as an important part of my universtity degree. My xenophilia became even greater.
I remember the first time I discovered what objectophilia was when I saw an interview with a woman who had fallen in love with the Eiffel tower.
I confess that at the time I thought it was very weird, but now, after testing SIRI 2, a new vibrator from LELO, I have started to feel more empathy with people who are attracted to objects.
Science was never my favourite subject at school; far from it in fact. It is strange then, that I adore watching scientific documentaries online.
Perhaps it is not particularly out of character because those programmes usually focus on the science of sexual response.