NomenLoony is a musician from Yorkshire (UK) who shares about his latex fetish journey in his blog and vlogs. In a recent vlog entry he reviewed my latex guidebook – Rubber Life:
When I first watched NomenLoony’s latex video, I was super impressed by how well he communicated his passion for latex. It was so relaxed and wholesome.
Afterward, I was thrilled to learn that we had a lot in common: We’re around the same age, grew up with early 80s computer games (ZX Spectrum), and are open about our latex fetish… a latex brother from another mother!
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...
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!
People often don’t know how to write a fetLife profile or any other fetish community, as a result the visitors who come to your profile, don’t get interested enough to push the contact button and make that important first contact. Writing a good profile is actually not that hard, the hard part is finding the right words to describe you as a kinky person.
Let me show you how to find the right words for your profile. It does not matter if you are seeking a kinky partner or looking for like-minded friends, this method works for everyone.Read more...
A passion can influence a life – and change it! In “Fly with me, my Black Swan!”, German – Polish author Edyta Zaborowska tells the extraordinary circumstances that led to the development of a previously “vanilla” woman to become a dominatrix and a latex lover. The book embraces the twelve months of Edyta Zaborowska´s life from 2007 to 2008 when she discovered the world of BDSM and latex.
In 2007, her boyfriend had a kind of “coming out” and confessed his love of BDSM, fetish, domination and latex lingerie. Obviously, he had kept his secrets with him and didn’t dare to tell about it, as he had too many fears of losing her.
The inclusion of these elements into the sex life was unthinkable for Edyta, her education and past had left too many marks. BDSM and sexual fetishism were totally new and she did not get anything out of it. He didn’t let up and one day Edyta took the plunge and jumped into the frigid water.
That experience turned her life around and it started an avalanche that could not be stopped. She encountered the sexual power play with domination and submission. The latex lingerie was the essential accessory for the dominance, which she began to live out more and more.
But this change even had an effect on her private and professional life: The time as a conservative and plain office clerk was suddenly gone, her appearance and presence became confident and elegant, and she was propelled to a career in the management of the company.
Also, she was able to come to terms with the past, because some frustrating experiences of her life still haunted her. Only now she had the power and self-confidence to get these infuriating thoughts out of the way.
Edyta Zaborowska was born in 1970 in a small village in south-eastern Poland. Her childhood, youth and education were marked by the decline of socialism and a continuing strict Catholic moral background. Following high school, she studied music and art in Wroclaw. At the age of twenty-two, she moved alone to Germany with no knowledge of the German language and against the wishes of her family. This was followed by various positions in commercial management and musical engagements in Germany and overseas. “Fly with me, my Black Swan!” is her first novel.
For more information about Edyta Zaborowska please visit her website: edytaswelt.jimdo.com