Abandoned Rubber Guy

Here’s an old Picture I found in my Latex Biker Suit. Its not the clearest imagine because i had to screenshot it.

Here’s the story

I along with my friend went to an abandoned Brick mill i was once Employed at on a Wednesday afternoon. I took a few items with me but this was the main Item of Latex i planned to wear.

When we got there and started to look around it resembled a Doomsday Scenario …. very creepy . Almost as if time had just stopped there.

Once we’d look around and we got settled in it was time for me to Latex up. So i not so elegantly got this suit on with some difficulty i must say. Once in we went from place to place on the site doing the shots as planned. and i must say wearing a full Latex suit outside in the elements , interacting with normality is incredibly satisfying and liberating.

Once we had done half a dozen shots and got out into the open we saw a car coming towards us from a dirty road ahead. I panicked ! nervous about my attire and jumped behind some Wooden Pallets to undress into regular clothes as fast as possible. Whilst behind the Pallet the Car past me by , whilst im fully naked between clothing. Thankfully i was well hidden ! The driver stopped my friend to tell her it was Private Property and we had to leave. At this point I’m fully dressed appearing out of no where whilst claiming i just went to the toilet. I got out of the suit much faster than i got into it 😉

🙂

3 thoughts on “Abandoned Rubber Guy”

  1. Great photo and story. I can certainly relate to wanting to hide rather than allowing others to see us wearing and enjoying our fetish wear. Most of the time, I find I’m a lot more uptight about it than other people are. I may garner a few stares, questions, or maybe even an occasional ignorant comment, but I try to remember not to worry so much about what other people think. As long as I’m happy and not doing anything that could hurt someone else, there’s no harm.

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