What is Rubber?
Rubber is a kink that involves the use of rubber clothing or the sensation of rubber on the skin for sexual arousal. Rubber clothing can include latex, PVC, or other types of tight, shiny, or restrictive clothing. This kink can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, from wearing rubber clothing during sex to the sensation of being touched by rubber.
Types of Rubber Clothing
There are many different types of rubber clothing that can be used in rubber play. Some popular options include:
- Latex catsuits
- PVC corsets
- Rubber gloves
- Rubber hoods
- Rubber boots
These types of clothing can be worn during sex or as part of a BDSM scene. They can also be used for sensory play, such as rubbing the rubber material against the skin for a unique sensation.
Why Do People Enjoy Rubber?
There are many reasons why someone might enjoy rubber play. For some, the tight or restrictive nature of rubber clothing can create a sense of bondage or submission. For others, the sensation of rubber on the skin can create a unique and intense arousal. Additionally, the shiny or reflective nature of rubber clothing can be visually appealing and add to the erotic experience.
How to Get Started with Rubber Play
If you’re interested in exploring rubber play, there are a few things to keep in mind:
- Start slow and communicate with your partner(s) about your desires and boundaries.
- Invest in high-quality rubber clothing that fits well and is comfortable to wear.
- Use appropriate lubrication to make putting on and removing rubber clothing easier.
- Be aware of any allergies or sensitivities to rubber materials.
It’s also important to establish a safeword and have a plan in place for if things become too intense or uncomfortable.
Rubber play can be a fun and exciting way to explore your sexuality and kinks. Whether you’re interested in wearing rubber clothing or simply enjoying the sensation of rubber on the skin, there are many ways to incorporate this kink into your sex life. Just remember to communicate with your partner(s), take things slow, and prioritize safety and comfort.