Bless my sole: How I make a living from my enormous feet
He was bullied at school, made homeless at 17 and used to feel embarrassed about how massive they are. But when a stranger approached him one day and asked to buy his sock for £90, he realised he was standing on a gold mine.
Talking on the latest episode of Metro.co.uk’s Smut Drop podcast, Ryan recalls: ‘I thought – I would have to work how many hours for that? Maybe there’s something in this!’
Ryan initially tried escorting, but soon found he preferred the power and control of domination, and now sees a series of clients for one-to-one sessions and makes money online.
Known as the UK Bigfoot Dom or UK Bigfoot Master, he tells Smut Drop’s host Mirand Kane that one of his income streams comes from selling old used shoes; Ryan can buy a pair of Nike trainers for £90, wear them for a few months, and sell them for £250.
He also enjoys a bit of trampling on clients with his feet and a the odd CBT session. This, for the uninitiated, does not stand for ‘cognitive behavioural therapy’…
Ryan says foot fetishes are now becoming much more mainstream, with Love Island contestants Luca Bish and Toby Aromolaran enjoying a full foot suck. (Say it carefully.)
Because of his unique shoe size, Ryan has also ventured into macrophilia videos; films that play into fetishists’ dreams of being tiny. With clever camera angles and tinsy winsy props, he can transform himself into as a giant to turn on his viewers.
‘I’ll stomp on toy cars, or cardboard houses and stuff like that,’ he explains.
‘It’s so much fun. You pick people up and you pretend to eat them, or my favourite thing is putting them into a cereal bowl and picking them up on the spoons. I absolutely love that someone is having a good old w*** over that.
Even though I might only see that person for an hour or two, they are paying money to be with me and to love the bits that I used to hate.
‘And now the bits that I hated pay my bills and my rent.
Source of data and images: metro