Latex-Maid – Available Now!

by 3xL | Print the article | Add your comment on Aug4 15

Latex_Maid-PreviewI’m very happy to announce that my second premium design called “Latex-Maid” is available in my Redbubble store now! Not surprisingly, the idea of this kinky pin-up parody of a well know raisin brand, came to me when I was eating breakfast.

Everybody love latex maids, they are naturally sweet, just like raisins! So I thought that the pin-up style of the iconic logotype would be great for a naughty tribute with a latex maid bringing her sex toys to her master… or mistress.

I commissioned the art from Steve – The Tshirt Artist, a commercial artist from Maryland in the U.S. Steve was very professional to work with, super fast and very open to feedback.

If you enjoy my writing and would like to support this weblog, then be sure to order your “Latex-Maid” t-shirt today or anyone of my other fetish t-shirts designs. Thank you so much for your support!

How to avoid being Creepy at a Fetish Party

by 3xL | Print the article | 1 Comment on Jul27 15

Don't be creepyBeing at a fetish party surrounded by beautiful like-minded people is an exciting experience and a fantastic opportunity if you are looking for new friends, playmates or even a kinky partner. Understanding how to socially interact with other people is the key to success and failing to do so will most likely make you come across as immature, shy, awkward or even worse… creepy!

It all comes down to social skills, the skills that we use to communicate and interact with each other, both verbally and non-verbally, through gestures, body language and our personal appearance.

While it is true that most humans are social beings, not everybody has social skills. They must be learned and often take a lot of practice to master. Believe me, I myself have been jumping directly into some major pitfalls along the road and still do from time to time.

More than once, I have gotten way too drunk and said inappropriate things to people that I have been regretting greatly afterwards. Once I was so provocative to my best friend, that he got so furious that he was inches from punching me in the face, and if my wife would not have been around to calm the situation down, more than our friendship would have been damaged that night.

However, after a brief survey in my kinky network about others experience of what they thought to be creepy or just inappropriate at kinky events, I made a brief checklist of Do’s and Don’ts:

Avoid being creepy at a fetish party:

• Don’t stare – Hanging around in someones periphery, staring, never ever looking away, is super creepy and seriously ruins your chances to approach the person.
• Don’t linger – Be careful not to linger around for too long, it really stands out, makes you creepy and ruins your chances of making a good impression.
• Don’t touch – Touching people without permission is creepy and will eventually get you kicked out and even banned from the party in the future. Always make sure that you have the persons consent before you touch! Not sure how consent works? Then read this post.
• Don’t disturb – Take great care not to disturb people who are playing. Unless you are invited to participate, give players their space and show some common courtesy by not interrupting them during a scene. If you see something that interests you, wait until they are leaving the play area before asking questions.
• Don’t take photos – Get permission from the party staff and the persons you want to photograph before taking any photos. If someone else is taking photos, it’s still not alright for you to take photos. People have lives outside the party scene that they want to protect, please respect that.
• Don’t get drunk – Alcohol can make some individuals careless and rude, so moderate the amount of alcohol you consume.

When approaching people, please mind:

• Approach angle – Avoid sneaking up on people, approach the person from a min 45 degree angle and remember to smile.
• Intentions – Try not to presume anything about someone that you just met. You can’t tell what a person is into by the way they dress, their gender presentation or anything else.
• Eye contact – Not enough eye contact and you seem shy, too much you will be too intense. What ever you do – don’t stare
• Personal space – Try to keep a minimum of half a meter (eighteen inches) distance from the person you are having a conversation with, get any closer and you are intruding their intimate space.
• To walk away – Don’t keep hanging around if the conversation is about to run dry. If the conversation is not flowing, leave after 2 min, you can always come back later.

People are not interested if they:

• Don’t look at you – If a person looks down or away when you’re talking, they are probably not interested.
• Never ask questions – If a person never asks you anything in return in a conversation or does not show initiative to keep the conversation going, they just might be not interested.
• Have closed body language – If a person crosses their arms or legs when you are talking, they are most likely not interested.
• Never seek you out – If a person doesn’t start a conversation with you when you are in a group, they are simply not interested in you.

If someone is not interested, leave them alone.

I hope that you found this guide helpful and that you are going to have a great time at your next fetish party. If you wish to improve your social skills further there are many ways to do so, you can read books, watch videos and even get a social coach.

Please feel free to leave a comment if you know of other great ways to avoid being creepy.

Fetish Fashion Party – 20th Anniversary

by 3xL | Print the article | Add your comment on Jul8 15

Calling Swedes, Norwegians, Germans and all fetishists around the world… Join us on the 14th – 15th of August for a fabulous and kinky fetish weekend in Copenhagen, Denmark!

20 years ago on a hot summer night, Copenhagen’s first fetish party premiered and boy has it grown since! On the 15th of August, the Fetish Fashion Party celebrate it’s 20th anniversary in one of the most gorgeous venues in town, overlooking the lakes of the city, with a amazing international line-up of artists, designers and performers from all over Europe.

Weekend program
• Friday night – Preparty by LatexLogen & SMil Copenhagen
• Saturday afternoon – Copenhagen Gay Pride Parade
• Saturday night – Fetish Fashion Party

I personally look forward to see a lot of you here, so be sure to tell me if you are attending.

Please visit for more information!

The Call of Caoutchouc – Available Now!

by 3xL | Print the article | 4 Comments on Jun22 15

The_Call_of_CaoutchoucI’m very proud to announce that my first premium design called “The Call of Caoutchouc” is available in my Redbubble store now! The artwork is a massive tribute to rubberism, old horror movie posters and Cthulhu!

I first learned about the Cthulhu mythos when I was playing role playing games in my teenage years. It was created by an American author known as H. P. Lovecraft, who achieved posthumous fame through his influential works of horror fiction.

In his initial short story, “The Call of Cthulhu”, published in Weird Tales in 1928, Cthulhu is malevolent entity hibernating within a underwater city in the South Pacific by the name of R’lyeh. The imprisoned Cthulhu is the source of constant anxiety for mankind at a subconscious level, driving many insane. The short story asserts the premise that, while currently trapped, Cthulhu will eventually return.

H. P. Lovecraft describes a statue of Cthulhu as “A monster of vaguely anthropoid outline, but with an octopus-like head whose face was a mass of feelers, a scaly, rubbery-looking body, prodigious claws on hind and fore feet, and long, narrow wings behind.”

sketch1The idea of a aeons old god sleeping in a sunken city at the bottom of the ocean, waiting to the stars to align so he can raise again, both fascinate and horrify me at the same time – and it have inspired me to create a rubberist version of the great Cthulhu, wearing full rubber suit, harness, heavy gloves and a gas mask with corrugated gas mask tubes for tentacles.

Instead of the word “Cthulhu”, I used “Caoutchouc” – the latin word for “rubber”, as many rubber fetishist feel that their fetish is a calling. A call that if answered will lead to incredible pleasures, but if unanswered will make them go insane.

I choose to commission the art from Vince Ruarus, a commercial artist from the Netherlands. Vince understood what I was looking for right from the start, as you can see in his first sketch displayed on the left. The final design is no less than AMAZING!

If you enjoy my writing and would like to support this weblog, then please purchase a “The Call of Caoutchouc” t-shirt or one of my other fetish t-shirts designs. Thank you so much for your support!

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