There are a lot of perceptions about fetishism. FETISH Subculture Documentary hope to demystify fetishism by using the fetish community’s point of view. FETISH Subculture Documentary is the first medium-length film (48 minutes) by Carl Simard and Carole Gagnon. Their work spans three years, during which they filmed at 27 events and interviewed 19 people, mostly on evenings and weekends. All of this was achieved without external funding.
FetLife is without any doubt the worlds biggest community for people interested in BDSM, fetishism and kink, but the popular community has a huge flaw – there is no easy way to search all those great photos.
Two days ago, when I was talking to one of the coders from the FetLife’s development team, I learned that there actually exist a hidden search function on FetLife which lets you search ALL photos on ALL profiles at once, based upon the description of those photos.
Here is how it works:
1. Enter the keyword or phrase you want to search for
2. Directly after you add “+photos”
3. Hit return!
P.S.: Remember to send me a friend request – I’m 3xL on FetLife.
Ataraxia, the owner of the huge International Association of Heavy Rubberists community, has annonuced that he is retiring….
In an email to all IAHR members Ataraxia writes “I have recently retired from my job and after nearly 15 years of operating the International Association of Heavy Rubberists it is time for me to move on to something else. My heart just isn’t in it any more.”
I started my “out of the closet” journey in IAHR’s forums and learned a great deal from all it’s members. Ataraxia is both a great guy and a passionate rubberist. I would like to thank Ataraxia for all the hard work he has done for the latex community and I’m confident that he will enjoy his well deserved retirement… in latex naturally!
The sale includes all forum content, the “Rubberist.NET/.ORG/.INFO/CO.UK” domains and the (non-expiring) license to the vBulletin software. If you are interested, please contact Ataraxia privately. Serious cash inquiries only!
The popular German latex community CRfriends.de is closing at the end of August. CRfriends.de has been privately run by a latex loving couple (known as Gixxi and Sandmann) who spent lots of work and money on their community, all in their spare time while living their normal lives with jobs and family.
I wish to thank Gixxi & Sandmann for all their efforts in the last 10 years. Both of them has done a fantastic job and made a huge impact on the German latex community! Their friendly nature and hard work has been inspiring to all of us and I wish them the best of luck in the future. I’m proud to had the pleasure to meet both of them in person on several CRfriends meetups and fetish parties and hope that our roads will cross again.
CRfriends.de will be missed!
This week LatexWiki reached it’s article number one thousand, further securing it’s position as the biggest latex fetish information resource on the internet.
The free latex fetish encyclopedia was started back in April 2007, after a Wikipedia editor successfully removed most of the information on “latex fetishism” from the pages of the Wikipedia. It became clear that in order to successfully share our knowledge and to prevent people who do not understand our fetish from tampering with it, we had to make our own encyclopedia dedicated to latex fetishism.
In the first years the LatexWiki was located in a subdirectory of Lustlovelatex.com. Most of the core articles was written by myself and Toproop, who build most of the LatexWiki’s hugely popular shopping section. By the fall of 2008 LatexWiki had 365 articles and was transferred to it’s own domain. Soon after, the number of contributors exploded thanks to a very successful writers contest and in the next three months the number of articles was more than doubled. Traffic sky rocked.
Today, the LatexWiki has over 800 daily visitors and is ranked number 1 by Google for the search term “latex fetish“. The article database is growing faster than ever, thanks to all the contributors and a dedicated team of administrators. I’m confident that the LatexWiki will continue to grow in many years to come.
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