Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Party Season

Literally 'sauced' LOL

Hypno Dom

Mr. P and I hosted our Kristmas Kaftan party on Saturday night, I woke up all horny and frustrated on Sunday, and with no one to play with, I took matters into my own hands. I haven't donned full rubber for some time, so today was the day.

My custom 'blue jellybean' fullsuit hadn't been out in awhile, so that was going on first. I put on a chastity cage and a nice big buttplug before putting the suit on; as the suit has no zips, this was a perfect predicament to put myself into for the afternoon. After I lubed the suit up, slipped it on and got fastened in, I knew that I was going to be in for a fun day.

For some reason, I was thinking that this would be the perfect outfit to Dom in - for the reason that I was plugged, locked and zipped in meant that I was kinda useless to anyone other than to perform Dom activities, therefore I pulled out my rubber apron, donned latex gloves and my posture collar and captain's hat for the first hour or so. It was just nice to fantasize that I was a drone Dom - ready to accept commands and perform on someone's request for their pleasure. I would be programmed to be an incessant fisting top, for example, and not shun from my duties until given further instructions not to do so.

The fun continued, I tried to imagine how to look more anonymous to the sub(s) receiving treatment - either the closed-circuit Russian gasmask or the Black standard issue, and then fully rubber-enclosed with the transparent Latexskin hood. All the while, I had to remain focused on my tasks and instructions as my cock and ass were totally inaccessible for any other utility.

Finally, I let the sub in me slip in again, feeling like I had completed satisfying results for my Commander, therefore my reward was some submissive response. On came the condom over the head with tubing and collar, and remained in this configuration until I was satisfied with my session.

Friday, December 6, 2019

Monday, December 2, 2019

Surprise Reveal

Daddy Vibes

I was really laughing at James Newland's last two series of animation because these ones really speak to me! LOL

Just add Muir cap and thick beardy beard....and PRESTO! 

Oh that beard was freaking epic.....I may grow it back again just to fit in with the rubber and Muir cap Daddy role again! I'm kidding, I'll probably never grow that lustrous amount of face hair ever again 不 

Drone Work

Four delightful drone training positions that you can nut to on this Monday morning!

Sunday, December 1, 2019

A Holiday I Can Get Behind

Thank you, James Newland, for your perverted mind.

Friday, November 29, 2019

Big News

Announced today: Mr Rubber Europe will be taking place in Manchester, England, during the Manchester Rubber Weekend in April 2020! Very exciting news, and another reason to head back to Manchester again next year!

The Mother of all Memes

If there's one that's appropriate for the rubbermen, it's #BLACKFRIDAY!

Black Friday is spreading, my friends LOL

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Connecting Loneliness and Community

I find the study of this fascinating in how our modern society (and particularly with the advent and global addiction to smartphones and instant 'virtual' communication) has promoted the power of the individual, while not particularly getting to the root of loneliness, and prescribing what perhaps is not the best solution to lessening the impacts of it.

Stop medicalizing loneliness — history tells us it's society that needs mending

Opinion: Attention needs to be paid to loneliness’s complex history. In the context of this history, knee-jerk claims of an 'epidemic' are unhelpful

THE CONVERSATION Updated: November 26, 2019

What does loneliness sound like? I asked this question on Twitter recently. You might expect that people would say “silence”, but they didn’t. Their answers included:

The wind whistling in my chimney, because I only ever hear it when I’m alone.

The hubbub of a pub heard when the door opens to the street.

The sound of a clicking radiator as it comes on or off.

The terrible din of early morning birds in suburban trees.

I suspect everyone has a sound associated with loneliness and personal alienation. Mine is the honk of Canadian geese, which takes me back to life as a 20-year-old student, living in halls after a break-up.

These sounds highlight that the experience of loneliness varies from person to person – something that is not often recognized in our modern panic. We are in an “epidemic”; a mental health “crisis”. In 2018 the British government was so concerned that it created a “Minister for Loneliness”. Countries like Germany and Switzerland may follow suit. This language imagines that loneliness is a single, universal state – it is not. Loneliness is an emotion cluster – it can be made up of a number of feelings, such as anger, shame, sadness, jealousy and grief.

The loneliness of a single mother on the breadline, for example, is very different to that of an elderly man whose peers have died or a teenager who is connected online but lacks offline friendships. And rural loneliness is different to urban loneliness.

By talking about loneliness as a virus or an epidemic, we medicalize it and seek simple, even pharmacological treatments. This year researchers announced that a “loneliness pill” is in the works. This move is part of a broader treatment of emotions as mental health problems, with interventions focusing on symptoms not causes.

But loneliness is physical as well as psychological. Its language and experience also changes over time.

Lonely as a cloud

Before 1800, the word loneliness was not particularly emotional: it simply connoted the state of being alone. The lexicographer Thomas Blount’s Glossographia (1656) defined loneliness as “one; an oneliness, or loneliness, a single or singleness”. Loneliness usually denoted places rather than people: a lonely castle, a lonely tree, or wandering “lonely as a cloud” in Wordsworth’s poem Daffodils of 1802.

In this period, “oneliness” was seldom negative. It allowed communion with God, as when Jesus “withdrew to lonely places and prayed” (Luke 5:16). For many of the Romantics, nature served the same, quasi-religious or deistic function. Even without the presence of God, nature provided inspiration and health, themes that continue in some 21st-century environmentalism.

Critically, this interconnectedness between self and world (or God-in-world) was also found in medicine. There was no division of the mind and body, as exists today. Between the 2nd and the 18th centuries, medicine defined health depending on four humours: blood, phlegm, black bile and yellow bile. Emotions depended on the balance of those humours, which were influenced by age, gender and environment, including diet, exercise, sleep and the quality of the air. Too much solitude, like too much hare meat, could be damaging. But that was a physical as well as a mental problem.

This holism between mental and physical health – by which one could target the body to treat the mind – was lost with the rise of 19th-century scientific medicine. The body and mind were separated into different systems and specialisms: psychology and psychiatry for the mind, cardiology for the heart.

This is why we view our emotions as situated in the brain. But in doing so, we often ignore the physical and lived experiences of emotion. This includes not only sound, but also touch, smell and taste.

Warm hearts

Studies of care homes suggest that lonely people get attached to material objects, even when they live with dementia and can’t verbally express loneliness. Lonely people also benefit from physical interactions with pets. The heartbeats of dogs have even been found to synchronise with human owners; anxious hearts are calmed and “happy hormones” produced.

Providing spaces for people to eat socially has, as well as music, dance and massage therapies, been found to reduce loneliness, even among people with PTSD. Working through the senses gives physical connectedness and belonging to people starved of social contact and companionable touch.

Terms like “warm-hearted” describe these social interactions. They come from historic ideas that connected a person’s emotions and sociability to their physical organs. These heat-based metaphors are still used to describe emotions. And lonely people seem to crave hot baths and drinks, as though this physical warmth stands in for social warmth. Being conscious of language and material culture use, then, might help us assess if others – or we – are lonely.

Until we tend to the physical as well as the psychological causes and signs of loneliness, we are unlikely to find a “cure” for a modern epidemic. Because this separation between mind and body reflects a broader division that has emerged between the individual and society, self and world.

The limits of the individual

Many of the processes of modernity are predicated on individualism; on the conviction that we are distinct, entirely separate beings. At the same time as medical science parcelled up the body into different specialisms and divisions, the social and economic changes brought by modernity – industrialisation, urbanisation, individualism – transformed patterns of work, life and leisure, creating secular alternatives to the God-in-world idea.

These transformations were justified by secularism. Physical and earthly bodies were redefined as material rather than spiritual: as resources that could be consumed. Narratives of evolution were adapted by social Darwinists who claimed that competitive individualism was not only justifiable, but inevitable. Classifications and divisions were the order of the day: between mind and body, nature and culture, self and others. Gone was the 18th-century sense of sociability in which, as Alexander Pope put it, “self love and social be the same”.

Little wonder then, that the language of loneliness has increased in the 21st century. Privatisation, deregulation and austerity have continued the forces of liberalisation. And languages of loneliness thrive in the gaps created by the meaninglessness and powerlessness identified by Karl Marx and sociologist Emile Durkheim as synonymous with the post-industrial age.

Of course loneliness is not only about material want. Billionaires are lonely too. Poverty might increase loneliness linked to social isolation, but wealth is no buffer against the absence of meaning in the modern age. Nor is it useful in navigating the proliferation of 21st-century “communities” that exist (online and off) that lack the mutual obligation assured by earlier definitions of community as a source of “common good”.

I am not suggesting a return to the humours, or some fictitious, pre-industrial Arcadia. But I do think that more attention needs to be paid to loneliness’s complex history. In the context of this history, knee-jerk claims of an “epidemic” are revealed to be unhelpful. Instead, we must address what “community” means in the present, and acknowledge the myriad kinds of loneliness (positive and negative) that exist under modern individualism.

To do this we must tend to the body, for that is how we connect to the world, and each other, as sensory, physical beings.

By Fay Bound Alberti, Reader in History and UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, University of York

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.

My main takeaway.....what does "community" actually mean in the modern age? I don't even think community means what it did when I was growing up. I lament the declining numbers of younger people that come to community events and the even less numbers that realize that "strength of community" is directly related to the amount of involvement they volunteer to its longevity and impact.

Monday, November 25, 2019


I almost forgot just how hot and horny it is to fully gear up with another guy, both of us hard as rock, tapping rubbered dicks together and against each other...mmm

45cm Of Fun

Now, that's an intubation!!!! @thekinkster1996 is such a sweet guy! I hope to meet him someday so we can intubate together WOOF


Muscle Gimp Training

Good boy...

Gimps Get Out and Vote

An important PSA from James Newland.

Leather Daddies

I really enjoyed wearing leather this weekend! Thanks so much to BeefnfurTx for lending me his skins! #alternateskin #alternativeskin #leatherdaddies

MIR Class of 2019

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Leather Daddy

This may or may not be a one-time situation for your Rubber Daddy....becoming a Leather Daddy for the weekend! I am blessed to know so many wonderful leathermen, and over the past ten years in Vancouver, they have accepted and loved their Rubber Canuck as much as any other leather man in the tribe....despite attending all Vancouver Men in Leather events in rubber!

This weekend is the VML organization's 15th anniversary celebration. Mr. P and I are attending, and I'm excited now that I've borrowed this sexy ensemble from Daddy BeefnfurTx!

What do you think of me donning and trying out this alternative skin?

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Rubber Bondage Session

I love this man! I always enjoy any time I can get with Sem Folego....he is a very mature young man, who loves to dominate and control....he is a breath of fresh air to me, and I feel so grateful that he feels I'm worthy enough to dominate - because I will let him dominate me anywhere, anytime!

Last night he liked my suggestion of getting into full head-to-toe rubber, and once we discussed our upcoming session, he wanted my cock and ass exposed, so the gimp suit was the obvious choice of what to wear. I donned the suit, socks, he put the bondage gloves on me, then the hood and put the rubber muzzle on nice and tight. Next came on the ankle and wrist restraints. He had be comfortably place myself on the fuck bench, then proceeded to use chain to lash me to the frame of the bench. But that's not all -- he used the 25cm x 4m latex strips I had made a few years ago to fix my forearms, thighs and calves to the bench as well, and a final strip roll to fix my torso to the top pad of the bench. I was definitely fixed into place!!!

A few weeks ago was the first time that Sem Folego fisted me, and he really enjoyed it. I was the fortunate recipient of an ass annihilation last night from his beautiful cock and fists, and a few pre-selected toys. I was in this position for almost 2 hours (not bad for a week night!). I found out once he released me that he had cum 2-3 times during those 2 hours (he couldn't remember exactly how many times!?), and as I hadn't got off yet, he ploughed me with a dildo while I jerked myself off.

What a hot session! What a hot man! I'm so lucky!

Friday, November 1, 2019

Shiny Perfection

I think I'm going to put this on my fridge.....this is a perfect visual....

...and here's the other side!

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Mystical Meteorologist

Jordan Witzel, weather guy for GlobalTV Calgary, is known for his hijinks (check out his reaction to Leslie Horton's artichoke dip or his Stampede Daisy Dukes or his interpretation of swinging).

Beside the fact I have had a bit of a crush on him for awhile, he does take the white spandex on mass media reality of his situation in stride.

Oh yeah, and if you have a chance to check out other GlobalTV personalities, one of the best is Vancouver's own Kristi Gordon and her paralyzing fear of bugs....monsters....and pretty much everything else. I'm not sure who hires these people in Western Canada, but they're freaking entertaining!

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Unitard to Die For

Vinicius Lima looks amazing!

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Cologne Rubber Men 2020 Schedule

Mr West Coast Rubber 2019

I wish the best of luck to my title brother, Greg Brown, current Mr. West Coast Rubber 2019 as he begins his journey to competing in Mister International Rubber 23 in November. He is a great guy, and it would be amazing to bring the international title to the West Coast!
I won't be able to attend Chicago MIR23 as you know, however, I am seriously thinking of going to the next Mr. West Coast Rubber contest in March 2020, taking place in San Francisco. Looking forward to seeing Greg and so many other friends again!

I Want Muscles

Roberto Bolle 24/7

There should be a Roberto Bolle 24/7 channel. I could just watch him ALL DAY LONG.

Dog Conversion

A la James Newland!

Shiny Creature Returns

My old friend from the south is back at his exemplary captures of the rubber lifestyle WOOF

Orange Crush

I recall posting this on my Twitter but not here, so for posterity and cross-linking, here it is. Man these balloons are fucking fun!

Monday, October 21, 2019

Weekend Summary

I've been slowly getting my rubber mojo back over the past few weeks. Last week I had the opportunity to visit an old rubber buddy from Toronto who was in town for work for one day and managed to find himself in the Prime Minister Suite of the Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel for the evening.
A palatial living room overlooking Burrard Inlet
I brought some rubber and toys over, after a glass of wine and a joint, we rubbered up and had some fun. In the meantime I got to tour around this massive 2500sf (or at least it seemed that big!) suite. It was by far the poshest hotel room I've ever been in! :)

After the sleepsack session....
This past weekend was a lot of fun for me. Sexy SemFolego and I played in rubber on Friday; I got fully rubbered up, got put in the sleepsack with electro on my cock and ball and in my ass. He sat on the rim chair above my rubbered head and I went to town for a couple hours. I think I've exposed SemFolego to something else he can hone his evil tendencies on....electrostim! He seemed to especially enjoy things when I was convulsing in pain....now he wants to have manual control over it. I am not sure if this is such a good idea or not! Haha

We ended the session with him jerking me off in the sleepsack while he cum showered over top of me. So hot!

Saturday was the October Vancouver Rubbermen Meet + Play. As you know, I have taken a bit of a back seat on the organizing front, so I kind of went as a participant/spectator this day which was nice. We had lots of fun and there was a really good turnout.

Mook and his new guy came over on Saturday evening; the four of us spent the night fucking each other in the sling and on the bench, it was a very very nice hot time.

Sunday morning, Ivyhole and I helped N33dfulthings move from his place in Burnaby to his new place downtown. I'm glad he's going to be a neighbor, I hope to see a lot more of him as a result. After a nap in the afternoon, Ivyhole came over after helping N33dfulthings set some things up, and we spent the remainder of the evening blowing each other's holes open. Perhaps it was a International Fisting Day precursor LOL

Today October 21 is International Fisting Day! Go out there and show your hole love to the ones you care about most.

Next weekend, Halloween!

MIR 23: Underground and Weekend Summary

MIR23 is almost upon us. I'm gutted I won't be able to make it once again due to finances (like, I really wanted to live out some rubber sewer pig fantasies this year!), however plans are already in motion to make it for MIR24, spend some time in Chicago beyond the rubber event, and promote the shit out of Rubbout 30 which will be taking place in April 2021. I have been missing from this event for wayyy too long, and I really want to reconnect with the tribe. Best of luck to this year's contestants (go Greg Brown, go!) and I hope you all have a fantastic time!

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Aren't You Glad You're A Fetishist?

To reiterate to all the lonely young, confused boys out there who can't define who they are; the ones that know they're 'different' but can't figure out what it is that makes them different; or the ones that think the things that turn them on are so sick and depraved that they are something that they must keep hidden or repressed, just be sure that you're different, but your differences also make you extra-special, and in some ways, a cut above the rest! Take advantage of the world we live in now, where there is information on all of the things that turn you on - fetishism can be healthy and positively influence many other aspects of your life, including enhancing your vanilla sex! :D

People Assume All Kinds of Wrong Stuff About Fetishists
Their sex lives aren't weird or sad.
By Justin Lehmiller, PhD
Oct 9 2017, 11:32am Vice

People who have sexual fetishes are turned on by the erotic use of inanimate, non-sexual objects. Most commonly, that means things like boots, shoes, or stockings, though people can develop fetishes for pretty much anything you can think of. If you've ever heard of Rule 34 of the Internet ("if it exists, there is porn for it"), well, this is why.

Once thought to be rare, psychologists now know that sexual fetishes are fairly common. For example, a recent study published in the Journal of Sex Research involving more than 1,000 Canadian adults found that nearly half (44.5 percent) expressed the desire to engage in fetishistic behavior, while just over one-quarter (26.3 percent) had actually done it at some point in the past.

Given how common fetish fantasies and behaviors are, sex scientists have begun to devote more attention to them, and this research is starting to challenge some of the most widely held assumptions about their nature.

For example, it has long been thought that, for people with fetishes, their sexual arousal hinges on the presence of a certain object during sexual activity. In other words, fetishists may find it hard to become—or stay—aroused and to enjoy sex unless their desired object is present.

However, a new set of studies published earlier this year in the International Journal of Sexual Health reveals that most fetishists say they still enjoy sex, even without their fetish object. Though they find fetish activities to be more sexually satisfying than non-fetish sex, they still think non-fetish sex is pretty damn good.

In other words, rather than thinking about fetishes as fixations in which a certain object becomes essential for sexual arousal and pleasure, fetishes should instead be thought of as preferences for specific objects that enhance sex. To be fair, there are some people who do become fixated on their fetish objects; however, they appear to be the exception rather than the rule.

Another common assumption about fetishes is that they largely involve solitary sexual activities, such as masturbating while looking at, sniffing, or touching one's desired object. In other words, fetishes have long been thought to center around the interaction between one person and their desired object, with other people not really being necessary to the equation.

However, new research published in the journal Psychology and Sexuality challenges this stereotype as well. In two studies of self-identified fetishists recruited online, researchers found that a majority of them said they had engaged in partnered fetish activities and, further, that most of them preferred to engage in such activities with a partner as opposed to doing it alone.

Fetishists appear to have pretty specific preferences for who their partner is, too. People with fetishes don't seek generic partners; instead, these folks seem to have pretty strong ideas about who they want to practice their desired activities with.

For example, just over 1 in 5 fetishists said their preferred partner is someone they are currently in a romantic relationship with, usually their wife or girlfriend, considering that most fetishists are men. In addition, most of them specified that their fetish partner must be of a certain gender, and many specified a certain age and/or level of attractiveness. The importance of having a partner with specific characteristics is highlighted in this quote from one of the participants: "The object and the wearer are NOT entirely disconnected: I mean that household gloves, worn by an ugly woman or girl will have no effect on me. So it's not just the glove by itself that is attractive to me, the wearer is equally important."

In other words, fetishistic desires can't necessarily be fulfilled by just anyone. There has to be just the right connection between the fetish object and one's sex partner.

It's also worth noting that, in both of the studies presented in the new Psychology & Sexuality paper, a majority of participants were currently in relationships, and most said that they had engaged in fetish activities with a committed partner before. This challenges yet another stereotype about fetishists: that their sexual desires make them incapable of establishing and/or maintaining romantic relationships.

Together, what all of these findings tell us is that much of what we think we know about fetishes is wrong. Having a fetish doesn't necessarily mean that you have an exclusive attraction to a specific object that prevents you from enjoying partnered activities and non-fetish sex or that makes relationships impossible. In fact, there seems to be an inherently interpersonal component to most fetishes and, most people who have them seem to enjoy a wide range of sexual activities. Bottom line: fetishists have more dynamic sex and love lives than most of us give them credit for.

Justin Lehmiller is the Director of the social psychology program at Ball State University, a faculty affiliate of The Kinsey Institute, and author of the blog Sex and Psychology. Follow him on Twitter @JustinLehmiller.

Friday, October 4, 2019

Is This Me?

11 Signs Your Personality Is So Intense That It’s Intimidating To Others

A lot of things about us could be making it harder for people to relate to us or remain close. It could be the energy around you, it could also be a peculiar personality trait that rubs people the wrong way.

You might not actually have a bad personality, but it can be so intense that other people often feel the need to give you a wide berth.

That doesn’t necessarily mean you should change who you are. People like you are actually a very rare gem. You just need to understand that people will often misunderstand you.

For instance, some people just want a simple life, and they are willing to settle. However, the fact that you are intense makes them feel like you have no place for them in their world.

So, if connecting with other people seems to be an issue, it could be a sign that your personality is too intense and people find you intimidating.

Here are 11 things that prove that your personality might be intimidating to others.

1. You Are Not Very Patient With People Who Want To Waste Your Time.
You value relationships and companionships. But you also have other things you can spend your time on. So, if someone is just wasting your time, you will leave and make better use of your time.

2. You’re Far Too Open-Minded.
People are close-minded with the belief that they are just principled and morally upright. But you seem to embrace and explore new ideas as they come along. You will obviously not always agree with them, and you are not afraid to let them know about it either.

3. You Solve Problems, Rather Than Back Down.
When things get hard, you don’t feel sorry for the hand you have been dealt, you face the difficulty head-on. You work until things improve because you are a fighter.

4. You Like Habits.
You like schedules and consistency, and you create a life on solid predictability. Surprises are less than amusing for you. 

5. You Do Things With Gusto.
You believe that you only live once, and therefore, you make an effort to live life to the fullest. Many people don’t do things in the same manner, and they will therefore not get why you do it. But take heart, there will be people who understand your passion, and you can hold on to them.

6. You’re Brutally Honest.
You place great value in honesty and don’t shy away from difficult conversations because you want the truth to get out. But not everyone is ready to handle the truth.

7. You Know What You Want.
You begin with an end in mind, and you make no compromises along the way. Goals have a top priority in your life. But you have to be careful here, a singular focus on the end might make you miss the beauty along the way.

8. You’re Inquisitive.
People think you are interrogating them, but you are trying to build a deeper and more meaningful connection. They fail to understand that you are not gathering intelligence on them so that you can use it against them later, you just want to know more about them.

9. Intimacy Does Not Scare You.
Many people confess they need intimacy in their lives, and then, when it comes, they back off. But that’s not who you are – deep connections with other people do not scare you at all.

10. You Can See People’s BS.
You can tell a lie from a mile off, and you know when someone is messing around with you. You hate lies with a passion, and you will not stay around when someone begins lying to you.

11. You Think Shallow Relationships Are A Waste Of Your Time.
Casual flings and one-night-stands hold no appeal for you. You want deep and meaningful connections. Anything less is just a waste of your time.

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Fucked Up Close and Personal

Locked and Loaded Two

Why not some rubber chastity and chains??

Locked and Loaded

Just some random exposed man ass rubber shots...