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Like literally every forum, message board, chatroom, social-media network, and comment section, wikiFeet is also a breeding ground for pointless arguments. Supreme Court Justice has a page showcasing her foot in a cast. Some people love Clinton, some people hate her, so naturally same goes for her feet. All screenshots via wikiFeet Though wikiFeet is mainly concerned with actresses, models, and singers, there are also plenty of political figures floating about. When these fetishizing commenters objectify women, they do so in the most literal way possible: by considering a single part of their bodies as actual objects and debating how sexually arousing it is. And before you ask, yes, somebody somewhere thought to add to the mix. Please to this page from ; try the for suggestions.

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wikiFeet: how online foot fetishists debunked Alexandria Ocasio

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In January 2018, wikiFeet Men was launched, an official counterpart for the sharing of male celebrities' feet, along with wikiFeet X, an official counterpart for the sharing of the feet of adult performers, which permits nudity. . What one finds in the wikiFeet comment section, though, is not that subtle machinery of oppression, but rather a ridiculous distortion of it. It mostly includes images of the feet of famous actors, actresses and other entertainers, though some politicians' feet are also featured on the site. Women in politics are often judged by their appearances.

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And not only do men come to look at the feet, they engage in lively discourses reminiscent of Plato's Symposium. It was founded in 2008 by Eli Ozer, an former computer programmer and animator who now runs the site full-time. December 2018 wikiFeet is a photo-sharing website dedicated to sharing photos of celebrities' feet. Famous women have feet, men we're really just talking about men here want to look at those feet, and here is an open-source compilation of 46,000 pages—shrines, if you will—dedicated to those feet. You can help Wikipedia by.

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Take , where the Democratic presidential nominee's feet are rated about 2. You can find pages for senators , , and. According to Ozer, the site gets about 3 million views a month as of July 2017. They limn the inherent beauty of high arches, debate ideal toe length, imagine various foot odors, and fantasize about being used as a footstool by the feet at hand. Any deviation from the expectation of ladylike propriety is a judgement on a female politician's ability to do her job: There are bags under her eyes—maybe she can't handle the stress of campaigning? Naturally, the rancor on wikiFeet seems to be most toxic when politics get involved. But there are others who are just sick of the bickering, like Starbuckwylde, who wants to know what ideology has to do with the feet:.

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wikiFeet: how online foot fetishists debunked Alexandria Ocasio

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There are former legislators like , , and whose photos have been removed and failed candidates like reputed witch. She has her fervid supporters: And her detractors: There's one or two folks just here to have a goof: And finally, I think this picture perfectly encapsulates the three central modes of thought in our current political discourse: That's all to be expected. This article is an , as no other articles. The media fixates on their hairstyles, their clothing and makeup, scowls and tics. .

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