Mature In Fetish Furs
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A paw fetish (or footpaw fetish) is a strong affinity for the feet/paws of furry characters. Often (but not exclusively) sexual, this adoration of paws is the furry equivalent (or an extension) of a human foot fetish.
Paw fetishism varies greatly, due to the many different ways paws can be drawn. For example, some people prefer human-like paws, some padded animal-like, and some cartoony. Some fetishists' attractions are exclusive to a single style of paw, while others' don't really mind any which way. Furthermore, art style and toe number can be similar factors.
Paw fetishism has all the variability of a human foot fetish: some fetishists only like clean paws, some dirty paws, some with socks, some mixed with shoe fetishism, etc. Macrophiles, similar to giant/giantess fetishists, are often fascinated by the intimidation and destruction done by giant paws belonging to giant furry characters.
You return to find bubbly milf Sally Taylor still with her furs by the sofa and looking rather relieved that you made it back. But now that you are back, it's your turn to enjoy her soft fur jackets! Snuggling into her crystal fox to tease you first, she then changes into her lynx fur jacket so that you can stroke, rub and play with her fox fur! This time there'll be no disturbances or interruptions - so settling into Sally's furs and enjoy them!
Saucy landlady Sally Taylor has her suspicions that you have been secretly playing with her furs again. She confronts you in her lounge and a black dress, stockings and selection of her furs, showing you each one and trying some on before she sees how hard they make you. But your secret is safe with game girl Sally - who also loves her furs and soon pulls her panties aside to rub her pussy while caressing her crystal fox coat between her legs. But what if someone else discovers your shared secret now ...
It seems like Agamben would be useful here. For one, such a hypothetical religion would have very firm lines drawn between the sacred and the profane, with childhood (the realm of toys, play, infancy in its normal sense) clearly defined as profane, with adult free choice as a kind of sacred fetish.
The most interesting thing to me about this thought experiment is the way that choice can/has become a fetish for many people, when really larger social factors have more of an influence that our own decisions.
WHILE Bishop Bompas was carrying on his steady work along the great inland streams, a storm was brewing in an active mission centre on the Pacific coast. Mr. Duncan, who had been sent out by the Church Missionary Society, was working among the Indians at Metlakahtla with good results. Bishop Hills, of Columbia Diocese, several times visited the settlement, and baptized a large number of converts. But Mr. Duncan objected to the Indian Christians being prepared for Confirmation, thinking they would make a fetish of it. Time and time again the Church Missionary Society sent out ordained men to Metlakahtla, but Mr. Duncan would not listen to them, and remained most headstrong in his views. Matters thus reached a climax. Bishop Hills well knew if he visited Metlakahtla it would only add fuel to the flames, as Mr. Duncan, for certain reasons, had taken a dislike to him. He therefore acted a wise part, and wrote to Bishop Bompas, asking him to go to Metlakahtla as arbitrator.
\"I returned with him to the mainland on the steamer. We went up together to the Naas River by canoe, a voyage of some fifty miles to Kincolith. The owner of the canoe, who was a chief, was steering, and I was seated near him towards the stern, whilst the Bishop was seated forward. As the Bishop raised his arms in paddling, in which we were all engaged, it revealed a long tear in the side of his shirt. Suddenly the chief asked me in a low tone in Tsimshean, 'Why is the chief's shirt so torn' I replied: 'He has been a long time travelling through the forest.' He was dressed very roughly, and wore a pair of moccasins. When we reached Kincolith, he purchased a coarse pair of brogans in the little Indian store there. He was in the habit of sitting, after the others had finished their meal, eating a small piece of dry yeast-powder bread, baked by Mrs. Tomlinson or one of her Indian girl boarders, and he would exclaim, 'How sweet this bread is to my taste after roughing it so long on the trails!' He informed us of the privations both missionaries and Indians had endured owing to scarcity of food during certain seasons, on more than one occasion having had to boil and eat the skins of the animals that had been caught in the hunt for their furs. I ventured to suggest to him that this might be avoided if they could only grow potatoes and pit them securely. We had taught our Indians to do this. The Bishop feared they would not mature in his diocese, but promised to remember it. Afterwards I was informed he had introduced the potato with success. 59ce067264