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Last saturday, I visited Copenhagen’s ONLY latex-only club – The LatexLogen!
I had a nice evening, meet lots of friends and saw many beautiful people in latex. The number of members had grown since the previous event. I hope it’s a positive trend!
The highlight of the evening where when I, for the first time ever, tried a latex vacuum cabin! A vacuum cabin work from the same principles as a vacuum bed. But instead of a simple frame, you are standing in the middle of a cabin with four sides of latex around you!
You enter though a long zipper there goes down the full length of the vacuum cabin, put on a gas mask with a breathing tube, so you can breathe when fully encased by latex. A vacuum is applied and the four latex sides slowly come closer and closer until they hug you hard and render you motionless in this latex cage!
Some friends of mine was touching me when I was inside and the feeling was very intense and the bondage was really nice. The one I tried was made from transparent latex so everybody could clearly see me inside, but thanks to the gas mask, I was not 100% sure on who was on the outside. Great rubber fun!
The new Skin Two magazine is available now – it’s packed with interesting features, including Claudia Andrei on the use of Nazi style in fetish films like The Night Porter, Cabaret, Salon Kitty etc. – is it questionable or just fun? There’s Dr Jenny Barrett on how BDSM people are portrayed in the media, Louise Bolotin on America’s Kinky Jews and Dr Oliver Dahin on classical music in fetish film.
There’s a hilarious short story by Martin Millar, a 16-page report on the Rubber Ball Weekend, four pages of reviews of books, CDs and DVDs we recommend and reports on fetish events from Montreal to Jamaica to San Francisco. And, if you are fed up with the same boring photos of girls in rubber frocks, just check the 6 pages of super creative pervy images by Paris/New York fashion photographer Gerard Musy.
LTVS24 is a well designed fetish store there offer a huge selection of latex clothes and accessories from various latex designers. Simon O, BlackStyle, Latexa and Torture Garden. LTVS24 have fair prices and is good place to shop when you need to order items from multiple designers and wish to save some money on the shipping.
BlackStyle have introduced a thin latex mask, made of 0,35 mm latex. The mask is designed for a good fit has a zip-guard strip which prevents hair or skin from being caught in the zipper.
Need a hand bag or a purse to go with your favorite latex vamp dress? Then check out the gothic rubber handbags and purses from Demonia.
Eros-zine.com has posted an interview with Katja Ehrhardt, where she tells about her work with latex fashion and fetish photography.
“Katja Ehrhardt: I “accidentally” became a fashion designer on my way to study literature. My ex-boyfriend is a fetish/latex designer, and I spent a lot of time in his studio. I began to help him here and there, and soon I was working for him full time. After a few years, in 2000, I started my own little collection.”