I love latex clothing!
I read about this skin condition in a story and wondered if there was any basis in fact...
"Her father noticed the redness and took her to the doctors, who said she had a sensitivity to cotton and many man-made textile materials, and advised him and his wife that she needed to have crèmes rubbed on her and suggested they buy her latex attire to cover her sensitive skin until she could grow inured to the sensitivity and hopefully resume wearing normal attire as she got older."2 AnswersSkin Conditions1 decade ago
Note: I am posting this here brcause the question applies to the prople who answer questions here...
Strangesuzy just asked a similar question:
She said, "It seems that whenever a question is asked in the fashion section about latex the vast majority of people take a very negative view of it as a clothing material..."
My question is this, "Why do so many people have a "That's icky!" reaction to the very idea of latex clothing?"
Also, "For those of you who post some form of "That's icky!" to questions about latex clothing. Hove YOU ever even TRIED latex clothing?"
I don't care one way or another if you like latex clothing, but if you are going to say forms of "That's icky!" to questions about latex clothing I would like it if you knew what you were talking about...
A new friend asked me why I like latex clothing the other week. My answer was, "I have no Idea. It's like this, my hair and eyes are brown and I like latex clothing..."16 AnswersFashion & Accessories1 decade ago
What is your story?
How old were you when you first wore Latex Clothing?
What was it?
Why did you wear it?
Did you like it?
Do you still wear Latex Clohting?18 AnswersFashion & Accessories1 decade ago
Does anyone know of any websites that sell Silicone Clothes?
Think Latex/Rubber Fetish but with Silicone.
I know that it is possible. I have seen Silicone Swim-caps.
Clothes like these:4 AnswersFashion & Accessories1 decade ago