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  • Gary Brindle says:

    Brilliant idea to combine these art forms, I wish the magazine great sales.

  • Swedish Rubberboy says:

    Uhm… do Danish 7 Eleven carry latex fetish magazines? For real?

  • 3xL says:

    No, only US. 7 Eleven! Sorry! My bad!

  • Dark says:

    I don’t care what other people do with their bods or find attractive. To each his own. However, I find bod mods and especially tattoos kind of opposite to the what latex represents… at least in my mind. It has always been when worn as skin tight a material which “prefects” our form… gone are the beauty marks, sagging skin, blemishes, scars, hair occasional bumps from fat all replaced by a smooth perfect shiny new skin. Fully enclosed even individualism is destroyed.

    Bod mods do exactly the opposite and try to make each persons skin an individual self expression so that no two people look remotely alike.

    Latex will usually “trump” the body mods by covering them, but when the latex is worn more like traditional clothing parts of our flesh are revealed and with that the bod mods and latex now plays the role of being an outlaw fashion style part of the strategy of the bod mod person to individualize themselves and be as outlaw in appearance as possible.

    I can understand why some hard core bof moders love latex, but I can also see why some hard core latex people would be quite averse to bod mods and the middle not caring or thinking about it – it’s all fun.

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