Why I wrote a book about Latex Fetishism on Jan17 11

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Many people have asked why it is so important to write a book about latex fetishism. The fact is that there are a large number of people who are walking around with a love for latex but who are too embarrassed or uncomfortable to talk about it.

There are a lot of misconceptions out there about latex fetishism. Those misconceptions are what make many people feel that they are unable to talk to their friends and loved ones about what makes them tick at a very deep level. They may worry that they will lose the relationships that mean the most to them and open themselves up to sadness and ridicule.

There is a wealth of information out there that people who are living with a latex fetish need to know about but which, until now, has been unavailable. It can be helpful for many people to know where their love for this amazing material comes from and that it can be triggered by very normal, very healthy experiences in their lives. They need to know about the various practices which may or may not go along with their fetish and safety tips that go along with some of these activities. A person who is interested in living a latex lifestyle also needs to know how to find the clothing and accessories that make their blood race and learn how to connect with likeminded people both online and at events around the world.

Regardless of whether you are someone who has been living openly with their fetish for years or you are someone who is taking the first steps towards self-acceptance and happiness, my book is full of positive and practical suggestions on many aspects of a rubber lifestyle. From tips on how to introduce the topic to an existing partner to finding a new partner who shares your love for latex, the book can be a great tool for anyone who is interested in latex.

I knows first-hand how important information like this can be. I lived for years with my latex fetish. My particular attraction to latex began in my early teens as a response to wearing rubber rainwear. I began to dream and fantasize about latex in general as well as the people that wore it. Since I did not have any resources about latex, it took me years to fully accept my fetish and to learn how to live openly with it.

My book is designed to help others, who are in the same position as I was in, learn about their fetish, accept that fetish and incorporate it into their daily lives.

Rubber Life is due to come out this week! If you want me to contact you as soon as it is out and even get a discount, then be sure to sign up for the early announcement list at RubberLife.com!


9 Comments so far

  1. 1 Alexander Horn on January 17, 2011 2:05 pm

    Cool – Congratulations!
    I can’t wait to see it.

  2. 3 Paris Paradis on January 17, 2011 2:36 pm

    Truly wonderful and very well said.
    i can’t wait either. : )

    All Best Wishes.

    Paris Paradis.

  3. 4 Kinkograf on January 17, 2011 2:44 pm

    Congratulations! I am sure, that it is a great work, you did.

  4. 5 Lady Arrakis on January 17, 2011 3:01 pm

    Yay! Great news! Makes me also very happy to be a part of it. Can’t wait to read as there is blatant lack of publications about rubber that aren’t silly erotic fantasy.

  5. 6 Dark on January 17, 2011 5:56 pm

    Latex fetish is the nexus between fantasy and reality. In fiction and erotica it tends to be more extreme (obviously) and for some people who chase the extreme in their own lives. The average fetishist is closer to the fashion / practical side though many engage in the breath play and doll aspect which is not what one wears on Main Street.

    Celebs are embracing latex because it sexy and edgy and eye catching. But fetish really has a “kinky sexual component” to it, otherwise is simply a (sexy fashion statement.

    Obviously some people see it as sexy looking but do not experience as a “turn on”… and they are not fetishist and this likely can’t be learned of taught, though it seems that some discover the erotic power to them once exposed to it… like tasting a new food and discovering you like it. And obviously not everyone will nor understand.

  6. 7 Alphax on January 17, 2011 6:46 pm

    ebook only? I’m disappointed there won’t be a print edition after seeing that lovely photograph above, but I understand with the high printing costs.

    I’m looking forward to reading your in depth thoughts on our fetish!

  7. 8 3xL on January 17, 2011 6:54 pm

    Thank you for all the great responses to this post! I’m also very excited!

    Alphax@ Please don’t rule out a print version just yet! :)

  8. 9 Dave on January 20, 2011 1:58 am

    Great idea and efforts.

    I’m into heavy rubber boots (heterosexual rather than gay) – which is unusual. Looking for more like-minded people – this may be it!!


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