This documentary premiered back in 2017, extensively covers the history of the latex fetishism community, and goes all the way back from rubbers early beginnings with Native Americans, to the development of Mackintosh raincoats, and the expansion of the rubber community.
The documentary was created by the talented Whiteout Rubber and is very educational history lesson for every latex lover. A uncensored version of this video with extra content is available to view on RubberZone.
If you found this interesting, be sure to check out The History of Latex Fetishism – Part 2 from 2020 on Whiteout Rubbers YouTube channel.
Some of you might already know Frejadottir, maybe not personal, but most people have noticed this latex loving, often hooded, latex fetish model with intense blue eyes!
In just few years, Frejadottir has grown into to an internationally acclaimed latex fetish model and when she is not living out her latex fetish dreams, she is a happily married, proud mother to two, living in Denmark.
I thought it would be interesting to learn a little more about Frejadottir, who is the woman behind the hood, how does she see herself as a latex fetishist and how does she manage to balance her latex lifestyle and regular everyday life.
I believe Frejadottir’s story is an inspiration for anyone who is dreaming of taking the latex lifestyle to the next level. Stay tuned for more latex lifestyle interviews, here on LUST LOVE LATEX.
I have, as some of you already noticed, started blogging again on a regular basis and also updated the blog design with a fresh new look. This is all a part of the revival of the 3xL blog and my return to the rubber realm.
When Latex Kitty and I became parents almost two years ago, my blogging became more and more sporadic and came to a total stop during the fall of 2014. The reason for this was that our little daughter developed an eating disorder and was hardly sleeping, serious issues that we had to get professional help with to solve and that we are still working to resolve on a daily basis. It’s been really hard, but things are slowly getting better.
I want to reclaim my blog and own it again. I strongly believe that my blog needs to be personal, caring, and full of insights.
My readers should be able to see themselves and learn from my experiences like they used to when I first started blogging. I want to dive into serious issues that every latex fetishist can relate to and choose not to care about which celebrity is currently wearing Atsuko Kudo’s latex design.
I wish to continue to support the fetish community. I believe it’s important to support those who strive to make our fetish world a better place. This goes for both the established ones, but also newcomers and especially the ones in my local community. I will continue to feature interviews with latex designers, fetish models and other people who inspire me, people who live the fetish lifestyle and contribute to the fetish community.
It’s my hope that this post gave you an idea of why I stopped updating and what exciting plans I have for my blog in the future. I would be grateful if you would leave a comment and tell me what kind of themes you would like to read about here on the 3xL blog? Feel free to contact me via email, Twitter or FetLife, if you just want to say hi or have a latex fetish tip for me. Thank you for your support.
Slovakian designer Peter Jakubik created a kinky pony girl version of the classic rocking horse.
The various latex pony girls come with each their unique style and color, and half of them are wearing kinky latex clothing and hoods.
The pony girl rockers are made from a plywood base with hand-painted graphics and can be ordered as “ready to assemble” for 1.395 EUR or as a set of DIY templates for 69 EUR.
It’s the perfect gift for everyone, including myself, who dreamed of having a real latex pony girl. I really wish I had my own latex pony girl rocker, but I don’t know which one to pick – “Vanda” or “Xenia”? Difficult choice, for sure! What’s your favorite?
Order them at KinkLure on Etsy.
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