- Chrissy, creator of the erotic website Fun With Feet, sells photos there as her main source of income.
- She told Insider how she started by using her iPhone to chat online with clients.
- Chrissy makes an average of $5,000 a month selling custom videos and photos and mailing used socks.
Chrissy took off her shoes, then her socks, and put her feet on the damp ground. She took out her cell phone and flipped it under her to reveal only her legs and her feet before she took off and sprinted through the mud. She then filmed herself cleaning her dirty toes.
The job didn’t surprise 32-year-old Chrissy, the erotic content creator of the website Fun With Feet. She said the client who requested the $300 video was a big Lord of the Rings fan. She found his request odd, but understood the challenges the client presented. inspired by the scene in the movie “The Hobbit”.
Chrissy told Insider that she’s been selling “elegant” size 7-foot photos of her on her website for three years. She initially joined her Fun With Feet to make extra money for her and now averages $5,000 in sales each month, Chrissy says. It’s been so lucrative that for the past six months she’s made it her full-time job.
According to Chrissy, who also works as a model, peddling erotic foot content allows her to keep her own schedule while keeping her identity a secret. The insider confirmed her identity, but she asked to use her pseudonym for this article.
Building a fanbase that loves feet
When Chrissy first joined Fun with Feet, she said the first six months were focused on building a customer base. She started by photographing her own feet.
She joined the website during the pandemic when her job as a hairdresser and bartender was cutting shifts due to social distancing protocols and lack of customers. I’ve heard that he earns money, but he was careful about showing his face because he had other jobs.
“I wasn’t really sure if I would be able to go back to work the next week. That’s when I started exploring other options and came across Fun with Feet,” Chrissy told Insider.
Multiple times each day, she posted pictures of her toes resting on smooth stones, trying to emulate the pristine posters that usually hang in nail salons. It was a toe shot after getting a style pedicure. Fun with Feet allowed customers to scroll through Chrissy’s free photo feed, as well as her Instagram, and message them to request and purchase custom her content.
Chrissy said she initially spent most of her time chatting with new followers on the website, building rapport through non-sexual conversations.
“Nine out of ten of the average customer just wants to talk to someone. They want to imagine the person behind the photo,” Chrissy told Insider.
Now she spends 3-5 hours a day, 5-6 days a week running the business. Chrissy said one day she might shoot custom photo and video requests.
She said she’s open to almost any request, but if a client asks someone to pee on her leg, she’ll step in.
Client pays for new pedicure and dirty socks
Being a Chrissy’s customer doesn’t come cheap. She said she charges from $300 to $500 for most customized videos and photos and adjusts the price depending on the specifics of the request.
For example, Chrissy said she would charge $300 if a customer requested a French pedicure or a specific nail polish color for her toes. Requests like the Lord of the Rings-inspired video she created cost nearly $500.
According to Chrissy, custom videos can range in length from 30 seconds to 5 minutes, depending on the demands and rates the customer is willing to pay. She shoots all of her content on her iPhone, and she had no editing or production experience before her venture Fun With Feet. Once your client receives the video, they can keep it forever and rewatch it as often as they like.
Chrissy is also experimenting with videos that include her voice. She said she won’t speak unless a customer requests a video with erotic dominating elements. make you feel out of control and helpless.
She said she takes into account the price of props, pedicures, or socks when a client makes a request and includes those costs in the final price.
“They pay for everything. It’s a service, baby,” Chrissy said.
Now single, her former partner has always supported her foot content business.
She said she plans to keep selling photos of her legs until she gets bored, but doesn’t expect that to end anytime soon.
“I actually really enjoy engaging with customers. In a way, it’s therapeutic,” says Chrissy.