The new issue of Marquis Magazine is out!
Again with exclusive photo series, meticulously researched articles from the scene, interviews and reports, the latest news from the world of fetishism, art, culture and fashion, in addition to erotic fetish stories from the best authors, beautifully illustrated by the scene’s leading artists!
More details at Marquis website.
Invincible Rubber is now doing custom prints on latex shirts for a small additional cost. You choose any shirt from their range, then select wording and color. It’s that simple! It could be “RUBBER DOLL”, “RUBBER SLAVE” or even promotional stuff like a artist name or a website address.
Fall is coming. The party season approaches. Syren have added new womens styles to their online store. Everything from stockings to dresses.
Skin Tight Fashion is moving to a new location in the Netherlands, so they are having a 40-80% sale to clear out their stock!
Lust Designs has teamed up with the biggest and best fetish wear store in the kinkiest town in the US! Madame S and Mr S of San Francisco have moved to a new 28,000 square foot location and are carrying Lust Designs first ready-to-wear line.
The 2005 Rubber Ball preview issue features fashion by Fierce Couture, the hot West Coast latex label Fierce Couture making its UK debut at this year’s Skin Two weekend, plus lots of other great fetish style from Britain and Europe, and fascinating features on everything from Goddess worship to pervy podcasting!
The cover for issue 53 celebrates the impressive profile achieved by Tressa Williams’ Los Angeles-based latex fashion label Fierce Couture in the last year, and also reflects the hard work of one of the fetish scene’s most travelled models, KumiMonster.
Coming out and telling others about your latex fetish is an issue that most fetishists have to deal with at some point in their life. But the fear of being weird and being rejected often keeps people from coming out. There are many that are hiding in their closets throughout their whole lives and never tell a soul. But the fact is – if you got a fetish, you got it for good, and it’s not likely to disappear or go away.
Reasons for telling
A fetish can be a blessing for one person and a curse for another. When I first noticed my own fetish for latex. I did not know what to make of it.
I thought it was very weird and found it strange that an material like latex turned me on. I felt different and very alone. So I kept my desires and feelings to myself and hid them from everybody else. I was not proud of being a slave to my fetish. Every time I gave in and followed my lust, I had to deal with the guilt afterward. Being what you are is not always easy.Read more...