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Why Are People Obsessed With VTuber Feet?

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Have you always dreamed of making money on YouTube but aren’t thrilled by the idea of putting yourself on display? Not to mention, with over 30 million active YouTube channels, competition is fierce. But, what if there was a way to post content about your favorite topic (we mean feet, of course!) without ever revealing your identity?

Introducing… VTubers! VTuber is another way of saying virtual YouTuber or virtual online entertainer. It’s someone who posts videos on YouTube using an avatar to conceal their true identity.VTubers never show their face or use their real names but still draw plenty of attention, views, and subscribers. 

In recent years, the VTuber community has expanded to include tons of foot fetish content. VTubers are constantly seen with their feet on display and their viewers can’t get enough. But, what is it about VTuber feet that have foot fetishists going crazy? In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the VTuber trend as a whole and why foot lovers simply can’t get enough of avatar feet!

What is a VTuber?

In a digital world where you can do just about anything online to make money, it was only a matter of time before people started creating virtual characters to use in their videos. VTubing is ideal for anyone who wants to make a living on YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, or a similar streaming service while remaining anonymous. 

VTubers post a variety of different videos on just about every subject you can think of. Some examples include:

  • Live streams (gaming, camming, etc.)
  • Storytime (telling of stories)
  • Q&As
  • Interviews 
  • Singing or dancing
  • Participating in online challenges
  • Giving relationship or sex advice
  • Showing off a secret talent

When it comes to creating YouTube content, the options are truly endless. If you can tap into a subject that people are interested in and keep coming back for more, you could make millions. (Or, at least a nice little side hustle).  Although the name suggests that these virtual avatars are exclusive to YouTube, this isn’t the case. Now, VTubers can be found across multiple social media platforms and outlets including Twitch, Snapchat, and TikTok.

Where It All Started

Before we explore why people are obsessed with the fake feet of their favorite VTubers, let’s quickly discuss how this anonymous trend all began. Virtual characters and online avatars are nothing new. From cartoons and puppets to holograms, people have used avatar characters like these to represent themselves online and on television for decades. 

Now, as more people turn to the internet for entertainment and as a way to make money, privacy is becoming increasingly important. One way to protect yourself is to remain anonymous. And this is how VTubers was born. This trend allows creative minds to make best-selling content while also concealing their identity. 

As best as we can tell, this trend first hit the scene in the early 2010s. The first documented VTuber was Ami Yamato who launched her channel in 2011. The Japanese vlogger from London was the first person to start uploading videos using a virtual character. It’s interesting to note that many VTubers today still use anime-type characters as their avatars. One theory is that this is because many anime fans also enjoy the same hobbies and activities that VTubers post about including gaming and music. 

Not long after, the iconic blonde doll – Barbie – started a YouTube channel that offered interviews, pop quizzes, and even hair tutorials. In 2016, another Japanese creator by the name of Kizuna Ai started uploading videos using a cute, bubbly, and energetic avatar that grew worldwide attention and officially coined the phrase VTuber. 

The VTuber trend really took hold in the United States following the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. At this point, people were scrambling for ways to make money online and not everyone was comfortable putting themselves on display. VTuber avatars help bridge the gap between the real world and the virtual world, letting content creators explore their talents and interests without reservations. Another interesting aspect of the VTuber community is that it’s often less drama-ridden than traditional social media environments. VTubers and their loyal fans tend to be more playful, positive, and supportive.

What’s the Obsession with VTuber Feet?

With such a fun and positive online community, it’s no surprise that VTubers are open to exploring a wide range of topics, subjects, and yes, fetishes! Including feet. So, when, how, and why exactly did feet become the main focus for many VTubers and their fans? There’s a lot of speculation surrounding this question, but let’s take a look at some theories.

All the Cool Kids Are Doing It 

If social media trends have taught us anything, it doesn’t take much for something to catch on once a verified content creator shows interest. Just look at Charli Damelio’s Renegade TikTok video which inspired over 30 million people to attempt the dance themselves. The same theory could be applied to the recent interest in VTuber foot content after one famous creator snapped a pic of her cartoon feet. 

Japanese Twitter has recently exploded with the hashtag #Vtuberの靴が見たい which loosely translates to “I want to see VTuber’s shoes”. More specifically, Hololive, the largest VTuber agency in Japan and, arguably, the world, has seen an uptick in food-related posts and requests. What started as pictures of the avatar’s boots, shoes, and socks quickly expanded to include foot pics. One of the first Hololive VTubers, Momosuzu Nene, may have also been the first to ever post a picture of her feet on the platform. Soon after, other VTuber personalities followed suit including Shirgoane Noel, Ayunda Risa, Mori Calliope, and Ninomae Ina’nis. 

It’s important to note, though, that not all of these feet pics are what you might expect. You may notice that many VTubers’ “feet” are in fact paws, claws, or tentacles. After all, these avatars are usually whimsical characters that resemble animals and, therefore, their feet aren’t exactly feet at all. VTuber foot content is often more playful, artistic, and abstract versus realistic. But, the good news is, there’s a market for this type of foot content also, similar to the furry community.

If you’re after more traditional foot pics and videos, click here

It’s Forbidden Fruit

Another common belief is that, in life, we often want what we can’t have. The thought of seeing or experiencing something forbidden or even hidden from view is inherently appealing. It’s one reason why nudity is so popular and arousing and the concept of “less is more” is attractive to so many people. 

When it comes to VTubers, most film themselves from the waist up. After all, these characters are streaming themselves gaming, conducting interviews, or singing. It’s not often that a VTuber will show themselves from head to toe. In some rare cases, agencies like Hololive or another large Japanese agency, Nijisani, will give their top creators a full 3D model of their avatar. 

But with so few VTubers showing their lower half, it’s only created more mystery, intrigue, and demand. This is one reason why an increasing number of VTuber fans and followers are requesting and relishing foot content from their favorite creators. 

People Love Feet 

Along with a growing number of VTubers has emerged an even larger number of foot fetishists. Now more than ever, foot lovers are declaring their love of feet loud and proud, both online and in person. From foot fetish parties to live streams and even foot fetish escorts, the foot fetish community has never been so lively and accepted.
With YouTube channels dedicated specifically to feet and foot fetishes and websites like FunWithFeet.com connecting foot content creators with eager buyers, it was only a matter of time before VTubers jumped on the bandwagon.

Most Successful VTubers

If you’re considering a career as a VTuber or simply want to check out some of the most popular creators and foot-related content, here’s a short list of the top VTubers trending right now.

  • Gawr Gura (4 million subscribers)
  • Kizuna Ai (3 million subscribers)
  • Mori Calliope (2 million subscribers)
  • Usada Peoka (1.96 million subscribers)
  • Shirakami Fubuki (1.89 million subscribers)

While many of the most popular VTubers are Japanese, English creators are quickly making a name for themselves in this nameless online community. For example, the top creator on this list, Gawr Gura, was the first English-speaking VTuber to surpass the 4 million subscriber mark in June of 2022.

How to Find VTuber Foot Content

Since the trend of VTubers posting feet pics is still new, there’s no real science behind finding this type of content. Your best bet is to head over to YouTube and start searching for VTubers that post general content you’re interested in. This can include everything from reviews and interviews to video game streams and singing or dancing. Once you find a few accounts to follow, start looking through their previous content. You can also leave a comment on one of their videos requesting a foot pic or join a live stream and ask in the chat. Not all VTubers are willing to reveal more of their avatar, but you won’t know unless you ask!

Explore Your Foot Fetish From Every Angle

There’s more than one way to explore and experience your foot fetish. From buying and selling foot pics online to joining online communities, you can safely dive into the world of foot fetishism from the comfort and privacy of your home. You can also explore the outside world by getting a foot massage, attending a party, or hiring a foot escort. And now, with the emergence of VTubers posting foot content, you can follow and subscribe to your favorite avatars and be the first to see their adorable and unconventional feet pics.

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