Wednesday, September 26, 2018


Rubberskin like Wetsuit Skin

I'm kinda liking the new style in 'Swimming Suit' style that Latexskin is posting today.

And of course, this is giving me an opportunity to drool over the Mortal Kombat suits they make as's a pity they are wayyyy too expensive (granted, I appreciate the work that must go into them as they are very detailed with some amazing features) :(

MK-blue and MK-yellow links.

The Only Way to Fly

Monday, September 24, 2018

More Maphia


The Gay Handshake

Well, that turned out quite nicely...

Rubberstud of the Week #545

Friday, September 21, 2018

Maphia on the Machine

A novel perspective :D

Well Hello There!

Thursday, September 20, 2018



What a great adventure this would be! Steel-toed rubber boots and a hard hat could easily be integrated into this slippery ensemble.


Due to HeavyBondage's issues with Vimeo, I think he's moved (permanently) to ThisVid. Here is a nice long pervy video as only HeavyBondage is able to give us ;)

Steve Ropeburn

Another set of full rubber bondage to an examination table series.....this time from Steve Ropeburn. Check out the hand bondage on this very unique table!

Fetchmore and Maphia

Just love these guys....they fill their roles so well, have what appears to be an unlimited rubber and gear budget, love to exhibit themselves online....and they're nice as heck too! Here is a lovely set of playroom pics from them, I think I found them particularly striking as Maphia is dressed in head-to-toe shiny black latex on the examination table; from different angles it really adds to the visuals.

Bluzee Felinity(!)

A bit of Black Panther realness for ya....

I'm sure you've seen these all over the internet already....the series of three all collected together! Please let me know if I can reference these better, thanks.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

MSA Millennium

I am jonesing to get my own MSA Millennium gas mask with tinted lens! It looks so horny with black rubber! Too bad the legitimate ones are so expensive; I've seen some others considerably less expensive, however I'm not sure if anyone can vouch for their quality or efficacy.
Anyways, someday it'll happen. So pervy!


Woah...breath control, sounding and electro (presumably the last two together!)


Girl's back in rubber again; it seems like it's been forever since she earnestly donned the latex. The latest is a MDNA SKIN cosmetics ad filmed by Steven Klein. This is the clearest and most focused YouTube vid I could find of it.

She's looking stunning as ever. What a goddess.

Aaand, just for shits and giggles, if you haven't seen SecretProjectRevolution, here it is:

Monday, September 17, 2018

10 in 10

MEMBER ARTICLE: 10 things I’ve learnt in 10 years on the fetish scene
from Recon News

17 September 2018
By member JRubberCub

I've been on the fetish scene for ten years now, and they've zoomed by in a whirlwind of rubber, sex clubs, beer and cock. In those ten years I've gone from being an insecure newbie, to the confident leader of the Rubbermen of London (next party 5th October at Backstreet FYI). I've learnt a lot, and thought I'd try and impart some wisdom (?) that I've picked up.

A lot of the below comes from my own experience, so if you don't agree or it doesn't apply to you, then that's okay. Please don't message me hate haha!

1. Take your time, there's no rush

When you first start on the fetish scene, it's like walking into the world's biggest buffet. You don't have to try everything straight away. Take your time, and get to know your tastes. Everything will still be there in a few years, so pace yourself. I made a conscious effort to focus on my rubber fetish and 'vanilla' sex, over time I've tried new things and introduced more into my play sessions, which means I still have that excitement of more things to look forward to. For instance, right now I'm trying more bondage and being more dominant, and that's really exciting…it also leads me nicely into point 2.

2. Your sex preferences will almost certainly change

I've always been more bottom, and never really enjoyed sub/Dom play, but that's changed recently. I find myself wanting to top more, and to dominate some horny, full rubber subs. At the same time I want to try submitting to a guy and being his gimp. Sex preferences aren't iron clad. I've seen guys that identify as 100% passive bottoms, suddenly decide they are the other way round, and vice versa. Keep an open mind to trying things outside of your normal position, you might enjoy it.

3. Social media isn't real life

We all project a slightly alternated version of ourselves on social media. The likes are a great ego boost, that's for sure, but fetish isn't made to stay on the internet, so make sure you can live up to the hype you create for yourself, or you could be screwed…and not in a good way. Also remember it doesn't really matter how much you talk online, unless you make the effort to meet in the real world, you can't really know if you connect. All the good friends I've made through the scene happened organically at events.

4. Don't get yourself in debt for your fetish

There are ways of getting inexpensive fetish gear to get you started – eBay has some cheap rubber from China – sure, it's not the best quality, but it's better than nothing. Don't feel pressured to buy top of the range just because purists tell you to. Buy high street leather if you can't afford custom kit from Langlitz, you'll be able to replace it in time. Also save up to buy what you really want. Despite it being a lot of money, fetish isn't just some frivolous hobby. For most of us it's actually something we need in our lives to feel sexually fulfilled, so it's worth saving up and buying what you really want. That also goes for saving up to go to events.

5. Get out and enjoy the scene

Fetish is meant to be enjoyed in real life, and there is no better way of doing that than going to fetish nights. Be that a regular night at your local fetish club, or huge international events like Folsom Europe, you'll meet loads of new friends and potential playmates and have the time of your life. I've met some incredible friends – and had some of the best sex of my life - through going to these events, so it's definitely worth saving for. You also need to support local nights and clubs. If you don't, they will go. It massively humbles me how many people come to Rubbermen of London at The Backstreet, but those same people need to start going when there is nothing in particular on, or go to some of the other nights. In an environment where gay bars are shutting at a rate of knots, we need to protect our safe fetish spaces.

6. Fetish doesn't have to be about community

It's absolutely fine to use the scene purely for sex, you don't have to give a shit about the community. Wanna go to a fetish night just for sex? Crack on! If you are invested in the community, then great, just don't get too caught up in it and feel pressured to have to 'be somebody'.

7. Discrimination is out there, don't be part of it

I've lost count of the amount of times men have looked me up and down and turned their nose up at me, even when we've been in the same social groups. It takes so much courage for some guys to even get the kit on, let alone leave the house in it and be open about their status or fetishes. If you don't fancy someone, there's no harm in supporting them. A smile and a hello will go a long way to help someone, never forget that and above all else, be supportive and considerate. If you're not attracted to someone, just be polite and say no.

8. Be safe!

Not just in terms of practising safe sex – I mean more about being safe and sensible in terms of playing. Don't enter into a situation with any random guy. Some of this shit is dangerous, and unless you can really trust the person you're going to play with you could wind up in a really bad situation. Do they have plenty of recent looking pictures of them? Do they listen to your concerns or take your opinion into consideration? Are they up for a drink first to gauge each other? Can you get a character reference of sorts from a friend? If you answer no to some of these when chatting to someone, approach with caution. Fetish sex is awesome, but it's not worth risking your life for. And remember that sometimes, fantasies should stay as fantasies.

9. Respect each other

It's so easy to get caught up in your fetish and your own excitement, but respecting other people is the most important thing. If someone has a fetish or likes something you don't, don't judge them or turn your nose up. If you're a pup, respect that some people don't want to be surrounded by barking or be pawed at by a stranger. If you're looking to hook up, don't just grope anyone, respect boundaries and learn how to cruise properly. Gear isn't consent, and not everyone wants to play with you.

10. Finally, don't take it seriously, it's just sex

Fetish should sit happily alongside your regular life. You don't need to 'come out' as a fetishist, and its fine if it stays separate from your everyday life, it's also fine if that line blurs a little too, mine certainly has. At the end of the day, always try to remember that it's still just about sex. The rest is just noise when it comes down to it. Enjoy it, have fun with it, experiment, and explore, and you'll have a great time. Its your fetish journey, do it your way.

My friend JRubberCub is a great content creator for many different sites, and an avid true rubberman as well :) You can check out his personal musings at A Rubber Perspective.

Rubberstud of the Week #544

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Another Rubber Photoshoot

Last night, Mook, Higherlycra and myself did a photoshoot with InkedKenny. The shoot was to produce photography for the 2019 MN Events RUFF Party calendar. I was told this will be a rubber-themed shot for March 2019, which will be partially to promote Rubbout 28 which kicks off in early April. We did several sets, one on a concrete floor inside Pumpjack, then partially outside, then in the main bathroom.

It was a challenge.....given I always am asked to show up with a bunch of gear but no idea on what is required and what is nice-to-have, often we end up having to improvise something for visual consistency or what-have-you. Kenny went with the grey Russian gasmasks, and the variety of hoods I had worked but the one I was wearing already had a transparent latex visor, and with the gasmask overtop I was basically blind.

I had to be led around to the different shoot sets, and I really don't know what anything looked like! I look forward to seeing the photos and what is finally chosen to go into the calendar :)
More candids and official pics to come....
Here are some of the post-shoot shots!


The RubberforFun guys in the #RedRoom

Monday, September 10, 2018

Black Embrace

Rubberstud(s) of the Week #543

Friday, September 7, 2018


There's something to be said about being the freehand video camera at a photoshoot!

New Vortex suit from Invincible Rubber

Thursday, September 6, 2018

RIP Andy Cook

RIP Andy Cook. You were a wonderful friend and mentor. You always saw the good in everything and everyone, and despite your frustrating stubbornness, you were an inspiration to me and many others. You always fought for what you believed in with everything you had, something I really respected in you.

You'll be greatly missed, brother. My sincerest condolences go out to Tony, Andy's family and all of his close friends.

Andy Cook, active supporter and organizer of many Vancouver kink and fetish communities including Rubbout and Vancouver Rubbermen, lost his long battle with cancer last night. We share our deepest condolences with Tony, his partner, his loving family and his many many close friends and chosen family. You will be missed, brother. Rest in Peace.

For those of you familiar with the Vancouver gay kink community, Andy was producer of Rubbout 26 and 27, involved in many many Rubbouts before that, executive member of Vancouver Men in Leather and Van-PAH, also an alpha of the LuvPack and a member of the Bonevista. A life-long Vancouverite, he owned a bar in the Davie Village and was involved in other opportunities with the 8x6 location and such productions as the Vatican Parties. 

Message from Rob Pont (coproducer of Rubbout 21-25 with me):

It is with great sadness that I am announcing the death of Andy Cook on September 5, 9:30PM, 2018 at Vancouver General Hospital.

He was overcome suddenly by complications due to cancer. His partner Tony Schoeppe was by his side. More will be posted about a celebration of life when there has been time to gather thoughts and make arrangements.

Wishing the Cook family and all his friends Peace and love at this grievous time.

Andy would want his life to be celebrated and his friends and loved ones to party on. Andy will be missed by many.