Kinky King Latex has been producing handmade cut and glued latex catsuits, hoods, body bags, straitjackets and inflatables since early 2006. After selling their items without a brand name on eBay for nearly two years, they decided to launch a e-shop. Custom sizing is available on all items, and their prices are very competitive. Keep on eye on them!
SALO is the title of the first Japaneses latex fetish designer to offer latex catsuits designed and manufactured in japan based on the body shapes of Japanese men and women (Asian body types). I’m sure I speak for all Japanese latex lovers when I say: Domo arigato SALO-san!
Daily Echo got a nice interview with Lady Onna:
“Onna had been interested in rubber from an early age. She recognised that she had a fetish – although she is uncomfortable with the seedy, anything goes’ connotations of this word, preferring to describe her fascination with rubber as her sexuality.
She had also dabbled with dress designing and making and decided to combine these two interests with her knowledge of engineering to go into designing and making rubber clothing.
What’s more, she decided to make rubber clothes – corsets, dresses, gloves etc – that can be worn in public.
“I love latex as a textile and I am trying to make it more accessible in the mainstream,” she says.”
Read the full interview here…
The new issue is out now, featuring an interview with Alex Cobra, the man who is paid by women to whip them. How do you get a job like that? There’s also Belle de Jour on criminalising kink, Steve Lenius on the relationship between gay and hetero BDSM and some hilarious fiction from Martin Millar.
The central feature of issue 59 is the growing munch movement. Are munches just a gathering of geeks with no life – or a really constructive addition to the BDSM scene? We consider three different points of view, from Jennifer Upton, Goldie Stott and Eugene Satyrisci.
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Fet-X-Revolution takes place from April 11th-13th, and offers entertaining parties, top manufacturers of the fetish scene at a big international fetish fair and a high class cultural evening!
The weekend kick off Friday evening with warm up party in a former brewery with two separate dance floors and unique performances. Saturday the fetish fair opens with over international 100 Exhibitors.
Saturday night is the main party event of the weekend – play, dance, shows, meet like minded people, spectacular and strange outfits, see & be seen! The weekend is ends with more fetish shopping at the fetish fair, a Cultural Evening and the After Party – the final event of the weekend.
Fet-X-Revolution is arranged by Fet-X magazine. The motto of Fet-X magazine is to be a platform for “All Fetish Friends”, so the new fetish weekend integrates all kinds of fetishes hopes to welcome both novice and more experienced fetishists.
For further information visit the Fet-X-Revolution website.
From the upcoming Watchmen movie, I give you, Malin Akerman as Laurie Juspeczyk, aka Silk Spectre… in Latex!
Watchmen is set in an alternate 1985 America in which costumed superheroes are part of the fabric of everyday society, and the “Doomsday Clock” – which charts the USA’s tension with the Soviet Union – is permanently set at five minutes to midnight.
The film based on the graphic novel is being directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Lawrence Gordon, Lloyd Levin and Deborah Snyder, with Herbert W. Gains serving as executive producer.
Watchmen was originally published by DC comics as a 12-comic book series between 1986 and 1987.
Read more about the movie at warnerbros’s Watchmen website.