Rubber Fetish

Here's what you need to know about rubber fetish

Get kinky with your rubber fetish

Rubber is an incredibly common fetish, and the people who love it often love everything about it: the feel, the texture, the look, the effect. Some enthusiasts are never happier than when clad head to toe in rubber clothes, while others are more interested in rubbr bondage. However you like to express your rubber fetish, you're probably familiar with how appealling the sensation and the scent of it can be. Rubber needs a little TLC from time to time (powdering and oiling and usually essential) and for many fans this is as much a part of the fetish as anything else. Mens rubber suits are have tonnes of fans on the gay rubber scene where this fetish seems to be particularly popular.

What’s the difference between a rubber fetish and a latex fetish? 

The terms latex fetish and rubber fetish are often used interchangeably, but there are some subtle differences in the material, in the way it looks and how it feels. To get to know these differences you’ve got to try it out for yourself!

Rubber is one of the fastest growing fetishes. It’s sleek and sexy and looks good on everyone of all sizes! It can accommodate lots of other kinks - medical fetishes, pet play and bondage just to name a few!

Gay rubber fetishists often (but not always) fall into two subcultures: rubber pigs or pups. The gear is slightly different depending on which animal you are drawn to and the options for play are limited only to your imagination!

Where can you buy rubber clothes?

Rubber clothes and rubber bondage can be purchased online, at sex shops or at fetish events. Many times the best quality will be from a rubberist whose hobby includes making their own rubber clothing and gear, then selling it online or at events. Lots of gay sex shops will cater to custom orders for mens rubber suits, so it’s always good to have a chat with whoever you’re thinking about buying from to make sure you’re happy before you purchase.

Check in with our database for shop locations and websites or find someone on the forum and get something tail-or made for you!

How to care for your rubber bondage gear and clothes

Rubber can be a sturdy material, but it can also be quite fragile if not taken care of! A good supplier will always give you tips on how to care for your rubber. (Rubber care is very similar to latex and you’ll often find the words interchanged on the same document.)

We recommend:
  • - Keep sharp objects away from your rubber (trim your nails!)
  • - Keep your rubber out of direct sunlight
  • - Store separately (especially from sex toys) or with other rubber of the same color
  • - Use rubber polish specifically designed for rubber! (Silicone or water based)
  • - For easy on use non-scented talcum powder or silicone-based lube
  • - Wash your rubber with mild soap and pat dry with a towel, let it completely dry before you store it away!

How do I make sure I buy the right rubber outfit for me?

Rubber and latex clothing can be very expensive, so you’re obviously going to want to buy something you’ll get your money’s worth out of. First of all think about what you want to wear. Is a catsuit that gets you hot under the collar? Then you should save up and get a catsuit. If you’re more into rubber generally or want to experiment then picking up a top that you can wear with other items is a good way to go, then you can build up your outfit from there.

If you’re really stuck and not sure what you want, it’s best to go to a shop in person and try some items on. There are nearly always rubber and latex sellers at fetish fairs is you haven’t got a rubber supplier locally to you.

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