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. The characteristics of rubber — the fact that it gets hot or cold depending on the air temperature — work against it as a fashion material. I am fortunate to have a partner — of over 30 years — who, while not enthusiastic about my passion for rubber, tolerates it. She accepts that I wear latex clothing and she will sometimes — although not as often as I would like!
Rubber and PVC fetishism
My life in sex: ‘My rubber fetish has enriched my life’ | Sex | The Guardian
Audible Premium Plus. Cancel anytime. Rubber, latex and PVC all cling to the skin and have the power to make their wearers feel sensual, sexy, and aroused. In this collection, the world's hottest erotic authors make the most of the sensual potential inherent in getting suited up. Hang out with a "Tire Stud", learn "How to liven up a boring party", and go "From solid to liquid" in these tantalizing adventures. From latex body paint to the smell of rubber tires, pretty dresses that beg to be touched to clingy catsuits worn by powerful mistresses, and men who want to show off every inch beneath the allure of latex. Get ready to enter a world where the most sensual material gets slipped on tightly, then polished, stroked, and caressed while the bodies inside heat up with desire.
Safe Sex: Lay Down Some Rubber!
A: Bad luck. The best you can hope for is that she will smile indulgently and still find you irresistible even if you are in a black diving suit and wearing wellies. One problem is that men tend to look ridiculous when dressed in panties and bras or black rubber.
In terms of safe sex, are you smarter than a 12th grader? Maybe not. Groundbreaking new research on sexual health from Indiana University found that condom use is routine for teens, but not for adults. While female teenagers use condoms nearly 60 percent of the time, women ages 25 to 34 use this kind of protection for a mere 24 percent of their sexual encounters, according to the study, which was published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine.