When you think of latex, your mind probably travels to one of two extremes. Perhaps “latex” to you brings on the image of a bulky raincoat, shapeless and fully covering, perhaps with a pair of equally bulky boots to match. On the other hand, you might instead think of a slinky, sexy catsuit, such as that worn by Catwoman or the principal cast of The Matrix.
Without a doubt, the most recognizable piece of latex clothing is the full-body suit. From slinky supervillains to badass action heroes and heroines, the latex suit has entered the public consciousness as a symbol of both sensuality and confidence. Within the fetish scene, the full suit has evolved to evoke both dominance – the traditional “catsuit” – and submission – “the face- and eye-covering “gimp suit”.
If you’ve ever purchased a latex product before, you might have encountered the word “chlorinated” being used to describe it. However, these manufacturers of “chlorinated” products rarely take the time to define the term or explain how it changes the nature of the latex they are selling. Instead, they leave the average rubber fan scratching their head, wondering what that sexy catsuit they’ve been eying has to do with swimming pools or Tide products.
You are enclosed.
The material covers every inch of your body, embracing you firmly, binding you, holding you close. Your partner is similarly clothed. When the two of you move against one another, there is no catch, no painful rub, only a smooth, slick slide.
With each stroke of their clothed finger, each touch of their rubber-bound lips, your excitement grows. You feel each touch magnified a thousand times, until the sensation is nearly unbearable.