Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year!

*Whew* we made it through 2010, finally.  Mr. P is having a low-key NYE party and I'll be able to slip in a birthday cake just before midnight. ;)

It's been a challenging year, one of loss, accidents and injury...but there were also the shining moments: the birth of the first male in the family to carry on the family name into the next generation, and of course my adventures around the continent this year meeting and reconnecting with all the beautiful people in my life; I'm looking forward to things going better in 2011.  Here's to a new year of rubber discovery and growth.  I already have several rubber orders on the way - what a great way to start the new year!

To you and yours, all the best for the new year.  Rubbery hugs and kisses from Rubbercanuck! :D

LA's fetish scene just got more shiny!

Rubbellion's owner Jeff Gent has been working hard to get his new store location on Melrose up and running. The grand opening is planned for January 22nd. I can't wait to check out Jeff's new designs and digs next time I'm in L.A.!

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Winter Sale

Libidex Winter Sale

40% Off Instant Orders
25% Off Made-to-Order

Buy any Made to Order Libidex garment through our website, and you’ll get 25% off the advertised purchase price and 40% Discount Off our Instant Order range.
* Note: discounts do not apply to customised or made-to-fit items. Made-to-measure charged at 40% of the non-discounted price, Made-to-fit at 60%. 'Express Delivery Services' charges are based on the original pre-sale prices and NOT the sale price.
During busy sale periods 'Express Delivery' may not be possible - we will confirm availability once your order has been received.
Due to high demand during the sale, dispatch times can be between 6 to 8 weeks. In the very unlikely event that your order takes longer than this, we will inform you. Discount on items ordered through our website will be automatically deducted from your shopping cart.

Monday, December 27, 2010

Friday, December 24, 2010

Rubber Holes

This may be the first time I've ever posted a rubber video with a female in it, but the imagery and particularly the audio (...the rippling latex!) is fantastic.

So here is a vaginal latex condom:

Compared to the anal condom vid my ex-bf and I did several years ago:

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Wednesday, December 22, 2010


Now here's an interesting inflatable costume from Obsidian Design (the website appears to be down right now). I love that there's no limit to what the imagination can create and what latex can produce!

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

MEO Stretching Ring

Here is a pic of the MEO large fuck hole Anal Stretching Ring I got from Patrick.

I have it on under my new Polymorphe pants in the picture...I am anxiously awaiting putting this on with the new E7 Fisting catsuit with fuckhole, if it looks like I'm dreaming it will, the ring will form a perfect seal with the suit trim around the fuckhole, making my ass look good and stretched, ready for action.

This thing is big! Patrick offered it to me because he figured it would be too big for him. I've been able to get it in a few times; the stretching is so stimulating and intense - too much so - I can't keep it in for very long.

Nice easy bondage

I had a guy over yesterday afternoon for the first rubbery playtime I've done solo since before my accident. Since August I've played with a few guys locally but Mr. P was always involved in the I love that guy. (NOTE: out-of-town trips are always the exception ;p)
He was keen to get bound up in the sleepsack...a bondage purist. I was still working in the afternoon but he was just blissfully happy being immobilized in the sleepsack for three hours or so, getting popper hits occasionally until I was done work. Afterwards, I introduced him to a rubber catsuit and the straightjacket for a bit of tie-down time on the bed.
It was an easy and relaxing afternoon, I didn't have to stress out about keeping him entertained and he really enjoyed his introduction to rubber bondage!

Even the Costumes in 'TRON: Legacy' Are High-Tech

by: Matt McDaniel
One of the most memorable aspects of the original "TRON" from 1982 was the glowing, high-tech costumes the characters inside the computer world all wore. The good guys wore blue, the bad guys wore red, and the style was so striking it earned the movie an Oscar nomination for Best Costume Design.

But as impressive as the costumes looked on screen, in reality there wasn't much to them. They were basically white Spandex bodysuits with lines painted on them. The scenes were filmed in black and white, and the distinct glows were produced after the fact by visual effects.

For the sequel, "TRON: Legacy," everything that was memorable about the first movie has been updated for the modern era, and that includes the costumes. Director Joseph Kosinski decided that he wanted the suits to actually light up, so that the actors would illuminate each other on set. The filmmakers created costumes using brand-new technology that allowed for sleek, streamlined suits that could glow without the help of visual effects. They look great on-screen, but they were a nightmare for the actors who wear them.

In the original "TRON," Jeff Bridges gets scanned by a laser and teleported into the digital realm. Appropriately, the costumes for the new movie were designed in much the same way. The actors underwent an entire body scan, and then the suits were sculpted in the computer to create a perfect fit. The suits are built from foam latex and Spandex, with electrified "Light Tape" built in to create the illuminated effect.

In the movie, after Sam (Garrett Hedlund) is transported inside the computer, he is dressed in his glowing battle gear by four living programs called Sirens. According to star Olivia Wilde, the process of getting into her costume was much the same. She said in an exclusive interview with Yahoo! Movies: "I felt like I had my own Sirens, because I had this group of wardrobe experts who would come and put the suit on me." Wilde says it took 11 fittings to make sure that the costume not only looked good, but could accommodate all the stunts she had to perform.

Once the costumes were on, the actors had other challenges to deal with. Wilde had trained in martial arts and Parkour before filming, but had to relearn everything to accommodate the tall wedge heels on her character's boots. The batteries that powered the lights on the suits could only run for around 12 minutes before they died. The wiring for the lights was also so fragile that the actors could not sit down while fully dressed. Instead, special boards were built so the stars could recline while still vertical.

While Hedlund and Wilde had it tough with their black suits made out of foam, they didn't have it nearly as bad as costar Beau Garrett and the three other actresses who played the Sirens. Their ultra-smooth and glossy outfits were made by spraying balloon rubber on top of Spandex, creating a shiny but extremely constricting suit. It took costumers, along with hair and makeup artists, between three to five hours to fully transform each actress into a ghostly white Siren, and another 90 minutes to turn them back. Garrett admitted that while she was in her suit, "the pain was a big problem." But she said, "Now looking at it -- it was very much worth it."

Monday, December 20, 2010

Jake Shears in SlickItUp

Found this gem on Ruff's blog. Very very nice! Thanks for the Rubbout plug as well, Ruff!

Xmas Wish List

So, Mr. P and I have been trying to figure out what to get each other for Christmas. I told him last night that I could order a couple of shirts from Invincible and he could help pay for them. There's nothing more I like to receive than the gift of rubber!
I'm going to get the Chevron tank in with red trim and logo on black which will go great with the new Polymorphe pants and my red stripe sailor pants and chaps. The long sleeve shirt with a blue star will look great with the new leather pants!

Things have been busy the past few weeks. We've been having lots of fun with the sling set up lately. Almost two weeks ago the boy from Whistler came into town. He, Mr. P, another guy PG and myself played late into Tuesday evening getting into lots of trouble. This past weekend Mr. P had me in the sling several other times. I am borrowing the sling and should probably return it to its rightful owner this week so I'm glad we got a few sessions in on it this weekend.
It should be at the top of my wish list to seek out a new sling; I haven't found a model that I like yet. And I'm missing out on a few opportunities - Mr. S is having a free shipping sale until tomorrow I think however that doesn't apply to international orders although I was thinking of having something shipped to my friends in L.A. and picking it up while in Palm Springs in February. I'll figure something out.

Last weekend was the Mr. Leatherman Vancouver weekend and oddly the sling never got used that weekend however we were running from party to party for most of the weekend; the same thing sorta happened again this weekend too but at least I got Mr. P down to my apartment this weekend for a couple of nights. It seems that we've been spending most of our time at his place since it is more convenient to get to Davie Village - he's only two blocks away where I am more like ten blocks away. The running joke is that we stay at his city place during the week and escape to my weekend beach place on Fridays.

Disappointingly the contest didn't have any applicants so the weekend just ended up being a fun party. I met a lot of great new people and really learned a lot about the leather community.

It's weird how your sense of distance changes when you live in the gay village bubble for too long. I went out to a Xmas party on Friday in Burnaby; it might as well have been Abbotsford because it seemed so far away! We were supposed to hit another party in Burnaby on Saturday but opted for the downtown party. All were good!

This week is full of more Christmas events, and we now have four places to hit on Christmas Day although we've committed to only one for dinner. Group plans are to visit the light display in Van Dusen Gardens, the lights and train in Stanley Park, go skating, go bowling, and check out the new Harry Potter movie in addition to Tron (maybe).

I have a bondage boy coming over at noon today. I plan to put him into sweet rubber bondage for hours this afternoon while I finish work and hopefully will be able to make my evening commitments.

...and lastly, Rubbout organizing is going amazing! We almost secured the perfect venue for the Saturday night "Slick" party but that fell through at the last minute so we're still going to go with WISE Hall. It'll be good nonetheless, just a lot more work. The best news on my front? We've already secured THREE platinum sponsors! I know, unbelievable right? I'm very excited.

Not sure how much I'll be posting over the next week; happy holidays to you and yours if you don't hear from me again soon. I'm looking forward to the days starting to get longer again after solstice tomorrow and enjoying an extended long weekend coming up! I'll try to post once or twice again before the black hole week between Christmas and New Year's happens.

Oh yeah, and for those of you who have forgot, December 31st is my birthday. Are you sending me any rubber? ;)


Oh Cameo, you tried so hard to get the codpiece back in style in the 80s. Good on ya! LOL that LeVar Burton playing the police chief in 'Word Up'?

Rubberstud of the Week #138

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Monday, December 13, 2010

Friday, December 10, 2010

Invincible super sale

Invincible Rubber makes great gear and for the month of December selected items are 25% off (not the masks, that sale was in November!). They have been great sponsors of Rubbout in the past, I have no qualms doing shameless promotion for them here!

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Mr. Leatherman Vancouver 2011 starts December 10th

Winter Warmup 2011

From Rubber Canuck

Ready to toast your bunz in Palm Springs?  So are we!  We've reserved the fun and sexy Helios Resort in Palm Springs for the weekend of February 11 - 13.  It's the 4th annual Winter Warm Up Weekend!

Lots more details to follow but for now this is your wake up call to snag your room and get ready for fun in the sun.

Contact Helios directly at 877-435-4677. Rooms start at $140 and be sure to tell em you're with WCR to get the room and the rate.

Tron: Legacy December 17th

The hype for this movie just keeps growing. The visual effects, Daft Punk doing the soundtrack, could it be any more gearhead-oriented. I am going to be so curious to see how many Tron battle suits will be at MIR next year. I'm already thinking (and have the Hypershine designers brooding on) the design of latex with LED striping!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Silence before Solstice

I'm very aware of the lack of posting recently. I'm not sure what's going on; I've felt very little inspiration to write, post, or even get into rubber a whole lot recently. I think it's the fact the sun is setting at 4 bloody P.M. right now that has made me lose any interest in anything other than cuddling with Mr. P recently.

I hope that will change this weekend with the Mr. Leatherman Vancouver contest (yours truly is a judge), but I just found out today we've got two production deployments in two different accounts happening this weekend for work, one on Saturday night and the other on Sunday during the day. Sounds like I might be running back and forth between fun events and crappy work obligations for most of the weekend. Oh well, it's better to get these long-delayed projects wrapped up before the holidays than have them drag on into mid-January, if only to get the project managers out of my hair.

Friday night is the beginning of Vancouver Leather Weekend with the VML XXXMas party at Numbers, the contest on Saturday evening, and a host of other events on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. I hope I can get to everything; as a judge it would probably look bad if I didn't, however the contest on Saturday starts at 9pm and my deployments are slated to start at 10pm, so I'm not quite sure how I'm going to swing that! Wish me luck.

Two weeks from today, solstice hits and then the days start getting longer again, thank jeebus. Hopefully I find the motivation to dive back into the thick of rubberland again soon.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Clean version

Rubbout 20 promo video is now on YouTube!

Rubberstud of the Week #136