Twitter has a Footfetish
The fact that Twitter is much more liberal than other social networks should be known. Footmodel BlaqCat joined in October 2019 on Twitter to be closer to their footfetish fans. There she will support our feetrecords.com project, but also publish a lot of unseen content for her fans. So there will be some spontaneous snapshots and exclusive pictures from our photo series. On this page here we show you a few preview pictures of one of our first sets. We did this at a spontaneous meeting on the kitchen table in BlaqCat’s home.
Footfetish social media Hype
Social media in particular have contributed a lot to making footfetishism very popular. With the appearing from Instagram, Twitter and others, not only the producers could now publish content. Countless models from many areas could now interact with their fans independently and work freely. Of course, this has spawned a huge amateur market. Without question, this was a great asset to this industry.