In my short-timed experience as a barefooter (three scarce years) I noticed how many strange reactions people I met have. In my opinion the main reason of this wide range of reactions, rarely unoffensive, is the deep truth a barefoot human being represents. He shows up and demonstrates to everybody a biological evidence: We were born barefoot and then for a lot of different, unvaluable reasons in the latest centuries we decide to wear shoes. But our biological and evolutive path says for two millios years we've been planned and adapted to live barefoot. So, when a shod person meets a barefoot one can hardly tolerate to be reminded something he knows well: I put my feet in a cage and I can't remember why. Is anyone out there who wants to carry on this thread?