Latex Fetish Lifestyle
What is the latex fetish lifestyle? Most people believe that living a latex lifestyle is all about being encased in latex 24/7. But, this is not always true. You can live a latex fetish lifestyle however you want. Some people wear latex clothing on a daily basis, others decorate their home with latex fetish art. It’s completely up to you.
MissFuzzyBunny, also known as Heidi, passed away from cancer this summer. She was 61 years old.
We met online shortly after I began this blog. The first time we met in person was at the 2003 SkinTwo Rubber Ball Weekend. My life was enriched by Heidi over the next decade.
Since Heidi was familiar with the fetish social scene, she was able to make friends quickly. She participated in many online forums and did many things online. We could talk about latex fetish for hours because Heidi knew everyone in the community!
As Heidi visited us in Denmark, she ended up marrying my best friend. She worked in the Latexa store (shut down in 2010) and designed and glued latex clothing for Danish labels “No Pain No Gain”, “Strange Lifeforms” and eventually her own brand “Essential Latex”. She co-edited my blog (read her contributions here) and had many suggestions for my latex guide book.
A decade after moving to Copenhagen, my friends got divorced. At the same time, Heidi was diagnosed with breast cancer and had to undergo surgery. As Heidi recovered, she began spending more time in the UK. She met her new husband there, made many friends, and ended up living happily in a London suburb in an old cottage.
My memories of Heidi are full of laughter and warmth. She had a quirky sense of humor, an infectious mood, and a great sense of style. She attended our wedding, played with our daughter, and sat for our dogs.
On August 30, a memorial service was held in the UK. It was a beautiful ceremony and a very emotional farewell.
Heidi loved animals and nature and wanted us to support charity, so if you feel like it, give some money for animal or nature protection.
Heidi was one of my best friends, and I miss her.
Rest in peace, MissFuzzyBunny.
A lot of people are curious about wearing latex in public. Daring, exciting, frightening, and even shameful for some, it is all these things and more. Here is my guide to wearing latex in public.
Many people wear latex in public because they enjoy the look and feel it gives them. Some love to flaunt their latex in public and get a kick out of seeing how other people react to their attire. Others are not that keen on flaunting their latex fetish in public and might not have a strong desire to do so.
If you want to wear latex in public or not, it is 100% up to you.Read more...
Aside from latex, I have a deep love for Japanese animation and comics, more commonly known as anime and manga. I found a great way to combine the two: I bought myself a latex dakimakura body pillow!
What is a Dakimakura Body Pillow?
Originally from Japan, Dakimakura is a long soft pillow used for sleeping with a print of an anime character, similar to Western orthopedic body pillows.
Typically available in two sizes, 180 or 150 cm in length and 50 cm in width (100 cm circumference), with a pillowcase made from fabric and an insert filled with fibers.Read more...
Latex fetish? What are you waiting for? If your latex fantasies keep holding back from doing what it takes to move on then my book – RUBBER LIFE will show how.
Use the coupon code BLACKFRIDAY2021 (exp. 30.11.21) for 35% OFF when ordering the digital versions of the book (ebook or audio book) via RubberLife.com.
DollKraft is a New Zealand-based latex-loving couple that hosts their own podcast about all things in the world of latex and beyond.
The DollKast has simple premice – a latex-covered “Doll” in front of the camera and “Kraft” behind the camera. Together they chat about latex fetishism, zentai outfits, cosplay and other nerdy things. Wholesome and down-to-earth!
I had the pleasure of talking to both of them about my own latex journey, how my latex fetish book came to be, how to explore your latex fetish, what latex to wear, wearing latex in public and how to meet like-minded people.
Watch the latest episode here – The DollKast 008: Beginning with Latex! Enjoy! It’s both enlightening and entertaining!