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 😉

🙂

Shine on you crazy diamond.

From being a really young kid I was always interested in shiny fabrics and materials. Leather particularly fascinated me and as a young teen I aspired to own a pair of leather trousers.

My parents didn’t have much money and so buying such an item was both brochure prohibitively expensive; and as my mum always said “silly” because I was growing very quickly and an expensive pair of leathers would soon no longer fit me.

She was right.

Skip on a few years and I started earning my own salary. I was also fully grown (apart from the obvious weight issues I carried for a number of years, and to an extent still carry) and I finally got myself into some leather. Latex and PVC both came much later, but since my late teens I’ve been wearing leather; and in public I can date exactly when I came out as a leather wearer.

But that’s for another story.

Formal PVC

I’m a big fan of suits, as you’ll discover if you follow the blog. Shiny formal wear has a special allure for me – and it rocks if you wear it onstage!

Here I am backstage at a gig with my covers band.

Here I am at a different, earlier gig, wearing the suit.

I think it’s important to point out that wearing PVC onstage, whilst incredibly cool looking, is hotter than Satan’s armpit! If you do decide to wear this kind of outfit onstage make sure your set isn’t too long, or that you have plenty to drink.

Also be prepared to hand wash your PVC after the gig. PVC gets rather smelly if left unwashed.

Latex on the BMX

Both Dan and I are big cycle fans. I’ve got a few bikes; mostly folding bikes, but I’m a big fan of BMX bikes. This is my Tall Order Ramp BMX.

Normally I’d pop a wheelie or a few bunny hops, but not in £150 of latex jeans! The slightest fall could cause untold damage to them.