It was my birthday. We were getting ready to go to the gym. But first, he said, I should open my presents.
I t all began when I was about 13 and had a swim cap; I was mesmerised by the smooth feel of the rubber, the sounds it made, and the smell. As a teenager I felt abnormal, until I came across fetish magazines like AtomAge, Shiny and Smooth, filled with pictures of people wearing latex clothes, and I realised, with relief, there were others like me. There are certain objects — high heels, tight skirts, leather clothes — that can verge on the fetishistic, but perhaps these are more acceptable because they are part of everyday wardrobes.
I cannot hook up with a guy to save my life. It's not that I can't get a guy to go out with me; I just can't "close the deal," so to speak. This is embarrassing, but if I'm being honest, I have not so much as kissed anyone in six months.
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Just the thought of squeezing myself into something so figure-hugging is exhausting, and would soak up all the talc in Tesco. How about lying down, and having latex sheets slowly encase you in a vacuum bed? You can now find a wide range of rubber outfits, masks, shoes and boots in a variety of sizes and styles without any of them looking like you went to a fancy dress shop.
The material covers every inch of your body, embracing you firmly, binding you, holding you close. Your partner is similarly clothed. When the two of you move against one another, there is no catch, no painful rub, only a smooth, slick slide.
As a young boy, I grew up in a small town surrounded by restricted mentalities and minimalistic ideals. I faced oppression at every turn from people who used any and all means possible to stifle individuality and creative expression. International Rubber
Over the last few months I have seen latex outerwear popping up all over the place from street style, to the runway to even pop stars at award shows. All these awesome coats got me thinking about the original latex coat — The Mackintosh! The Mackintosh coat is seen by many as the origin of wearable latex clothing. Patented in by George Macintosh, the coat was designed to be waterproof by sandwiching cloth between two layers of liquid latex.
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