“The Acolyte,” a foot worship poem & a little #fetchat history

Hello, My Beauties. We’re talking about foot fetishes today on #fetchat (whew, that’s a lot of alliteration). Although my knowledge of the subject is sorely lacking, I was inspired by the idea of foot worship. Consequently, this poem happened. 

The Acolyte Poem
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Here’s a little #fetchat history for folks new to the House of Stagg.

#Fetchat is a weekly Twitter chat for anyone interested in exploring the world of kinks and fetishes. It started a year ago as the brainchild of author Vanessa Page (@EroticaVPage on Twitter). Her vision was a community of folks coming together to educate each other. She also wanted to raise awareness about ethical, healthy kink, and fetish practices.

It was an inspired idea.

Unfortunately, Vanessa’s life became hectic. As a result, she couldn’t continue hosting #fetchat. Then, a few months after the final chat, Nikki from loveisafetish.com (@loveisafetish on Twitter) contacted me to ask if I’d be interested in co-hosting with her.

If you’re unfamiliar with Nikki, you’re missing out. She’s an incredible photographer, blogger, and author. I was excited to have the opportunity to work with an artist I respected.

We contacted Vanessa and asked permission to revive the chat.

She gave us her blessing. So, on April 24, 2019, we re-launched #fetchat. We’ve been going strong ever since. Each week we host a discussion about a topic in the kink/fetish landscape.

Everyone is welcome, so please join us on Wednesdays at 5 pm EST. You can find #fetchat by searching “fetchat” on Twitter or hanging out on the @Fet_Chat feed.

Be well, be wonderful, and above all, be you.
Anne


Image Credits:

Featured Image: Seated Nude Woman Touching her Foot, early 17th century. Barthélemy Prieur (French, Berzieux ca. 1536–1611 Paris). Gift of Ogden Mills, 1925. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. www.metmuseum.org.

Image with Poem: Nu féminin allongé sur un canapé Récamier,
ca. 1856. Gustave Le Gray (French, 1820–1884). Gilman Collection, Purchase, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Gift, through Joyce and Robert Menschel, 2005. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York. www.metmuseum.org.

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