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Trample Fetish: The Kink of Stepping & Stomping

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Do you get a hard-on whenever you hear those classic strains of Nancy Sinatra?

“These boots are made for walking, and that’s just what they’ll do… one of these days these boots are gonna walk all over you…”

If you think these are the sexiest words in the English language, you aren’t alone.

What Is the Trample Fetish?

A common definition of the trampling fetish is the sexual arousal and/or the desire to be trampled on by another human being. It may also include being stood on, walked on, or having your body or a part crushed.

Many men and the occasional gal have an intense desire to be stepped on, walked over, squashed, or used as a trampoline.

Does trampling include the foot fetish?

Because of the close connection with the feet doing the trampling, this kink was long viewed as a more extreme version of the foot fetish. And that is in fact true for many men—the feet are integral. Stilettos are a very common part of the fantasy. However, for many turned on by trampling, the feet are incidental and have no special appeal.

Trample fetish is often considered a subset of crushing fetishes, where kinksters derive erotic pleasure from watching or causing objects or live creatures to be crushed, though many trample lovers reject this connection, claiming the two kinks are distinct and driven by a completely different psychology.

It is sometimes specific to the trampling of cock and balls and is thereby connected to cock and ball torture (CBT).

To learn more about these and many other kinks, read our article: 120 Fetishes, Kinks & Paraphilias Explained.

What is the relationship between trampling and submission?

Trampling is often a specific kink inside of BDSM as a larger spectrum, which makes sense because the desire to be trampled is very submissive. But not all trample fans are interested in or aroused by power games or the psychological dynamic. Some don’t care to hurt or be hurt at all, and it is about the sensation itself in a more playful way.

Those who enjoy trampling as an act of submission often report the act of “being trampled” is important, not just the feeling but the acting out of “being underfoot” or being a “doormat.”

Some want to be bruised and scarred by heel marks, and some get off on being “human furniture.”

Is pain always mixed with the pleasure of trampling?

Just as trampling may or may not include submission and dominance, it may or may not include pain.

Stepping, stomping, and walking on may be desired at a supercharged level—some guys report the bruises and scratches are part of the ecstasy. Others want the one doing the trampling to have bare feet and to tread gently.

Whether pain is desired or not, use logic and common sense for trampling safety. Having her walk on your back or buttocks or not put her whole weight on your dick under sharp boots, for example, is wiser than her kneeling on your skull. Don’t ask her to jump up and down, and make the throat and neck a no-go zone.

Where did the trampling fetish originate?

We don’t really know. Some trample fetishists report that the idea started to excite them somewhere along the way, perhaps after a BDSM relationship unfolded and certain practices became erotically charged.

Many kinksters report that it was an intense passion they felt from early days, that a powerful desire to be stepped on was simply there from the start. Of these, many say their trample kink preceded the erotic—they enjoyed being stepped on or found wrestling and teasing fun pleasurable, and later started to think about women doing it to them.

Trampling can be an incredibly safe form of sensual play if using basic precautions against crushing and bodily injury. You can also avoid exchanging fluids, while adding intensity, theater, and variety to your relationship.

Want to meet people who share your kink for trampling? Consider joining a fetish community: Best Fetish Dating Sites For Every Kink.

Do you have trample fetish? Dare to share in the comments!

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