Designer Christian Louboutin finds wearing heels 'orgasmic'

   Oct 18, 6:55 pm

London, Oct 18 (ANI): Christian Louboutin has revealed that he finds wearing stilettos comparable to having orgasm.

The designer considers that heels have a far more powerful effect on ladies and their libidos.

"Wearing high heels is like having an orgasm," the Daily Mail quoted him as saying.

The designer mentioned about a meeting he had with a French academic to The Sunday Times.

"She said that what is sexual in a high heel is the arch of the foot, because it is exactly the position of a woman's foot when she orgasms."

"So putting your foot in a heel, you are putting yourself in a possibly orgasm ic situation."

The designer, who creates achingly high heels that, cost hundreds of pounds, believes that women are willing to suffer the pain.

"There is an element of seduction in shoes that doesn't exist for men."

'A woman can be sexy, charming, witty or shy with her shoes," he added. (ANI)

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