Rubber has traditionally been used in protective clothing, including gas masks and Wellington boots. Rubber is now generally being replaced in these applications by plastics. Latex can be used to make Leotards, BodySuits, Cat Suits, Halter Tops, Skirts, Stocking, Gloves & Hoods. Latex is also often used to make specialist fetishistic garments like hoods and rubber cloaks to extreme costumes.
Latex clothing is generally made from large sheets of latex which are delivered in rolls. The "classic" color for fetish latex clothing is black, Purple, & Red, but latex is naturally translucent, and may be dyed any color, including metallic shades or white. Instead of being sewn, latex clothing is generally glued along its seams.
Latex clothing needs special care to avoid tearing. While latex can be repaired using materials similar to those provided in a bicycle repair kit, the result is rarely as attractive as the original appearance of the garment. Take care while putting it on and taking it off.
Latex clothing is often polished to preserve and improve its shiny appearance, There are several Latex Shiners and the manufacturers may prefer one over another.
Putting on latex outfits can be difficult, because latex has high friction against dry skin. To make it easier to put on, wearers often use Talc Powder to reduce friction against the skin when putting the clothes on. Because talk powder is white, stray talc is very visible against the rubber, but you can polish off any visible talc easily.
Leotard- A leotard is a skin tight one piece garment with long sleeves and no legs, made famous by the French acrobatic performer Jules Leotard (1839-1870) The name "leotard" was applied retroactively; Léotard himself apparently called the garment a "maillot".
Leotards have scoop necklines - entry is through the neck. (Compare bodysuits, which generally have snaps at the crotch, allowing the garment to be pulled over the head).
A leotard that is extended to include long legs, removing the need for tights, is known as a unitard.
Leotards can also be worn as lingerie and are eroticised by some people, often as part of a wider spandex fetishism and other Fetishism lingerie.
Leather fetishism is the name popularly used to describe a fetish attraction to people wearing leather.
One reason why leather may be fetishized is perhaps that the leather garment forms a "second skin" that acts as a fetishistic surrogate for the wearer's own skin. This is heightened by the fact that the leather was originally animal skin. The smell of the leather and the creaking noises it makes is often an erotic stimulus for people who fetishize leather lingerie, or leather clothing.
Leather clothing can also be polished to be shiny (similar to Vinyl lingerie)
and can also be produced in bright colors, adding further visual stimuliants to add to the physical attraction/sensations produced by the material.
Leather enthusiasts often fantasize about trades where leather clothing is commonly worn. In particular, some leather fetishists fantasize about cowboys or bikers and their leather clothing.
The feel of tight leather garments may also be viewed as a kind of sexual bondage, and much of the bondage equipment made today is made out of leather. This led to the term "leather culture" being applied in the 1960s to describe a particular American sadomasochistic subculture which used leather harnesses, wore leather around, and started a new wave of a subculture of leather club wear to leather dominatrix-Dom fetsih's.
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