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In a Bind: The Latex Sleep Sack

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If you’ve ever been on a camping trip, spent the night at a friend’s house, or even slept on your own back porch to enjoy a warm summer evening, you’ve probably made use of a sleeping bag before. A long bag, covering you from head to toe, filled with cozy padding to keep you warm as the nighttime temperatures dropped – what connection, you might ask, could such an item ever have to fetishes, bondage, or latex?

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Pump it Up a Notch With Inflatable Latex

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When most people think about latex, they associate it with words such as sleek, shiny, and tight. A “standard” catsuit or enclosure suit snugly embraces the body, highlighting and emphasizing every curve and angle of the human form.

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Latex in the World of Fashion

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Latex’s journey towards acceptance in the fashionable mainstream has been a slow one. For decades – nearly a century – it was seen only as the material used to make niche fetish gear or necessary but unfashionable items such as raincoats and boots. In contrast, the recent emergence of high-fashion latex has been rapid and explosive.

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Slipping In, Staying Sleek: The Art of Putting On Latex Clothing

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Putting on clothing is something we all do every day. At this point in your life, it’s probably not a task that you spend a lot of time thinking about. Slipping into your work clothing as you stumble sleepily through your morning routine has become second nature.

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Keeping it Fresh: Cleaning, Storing and Maintaining Latex

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In our last article, we taught you how to properly lube up, put on and shine your favorite latex outfit. Unfortunately, as much as we’d all like to, we can’t keep our fashionable latex wear on forever. Eventually, at the end of the day (or night, if that’s more your style) you have to get undressed, clean off both your clothing and yourself, check for and repair any damage, and put your latex away in proper storage.

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