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Rubber wetsuits. Knee-high boots. Nuclear-powered clockwork cucumbers. Dressing up as Pingu whilst reading out loud from the works of Dan Brown. What floats your boat? Or what fetishes have you encountered? Suggestion via crackhouseceilidhband.

(, Thu 22 Oct 2009, 13:25)
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I'm into BDSM, the scene the sex, all that, even done the classic gagged and whipped stuff that everyone assumes is the be all and end all of it even tho it is actually more about the lifestyle and philosophy for me than any sex act or look,
but as such I could fill this entire QOTW subject with what I know about fetishes, from the man I know who will screw ANYTHING if it has a bandana attached to it, to folks who have taken finding a person wearing, say, leather boots, to be sexy, onto the ultimate conclusion of just having sex with the actual leather boots, bypassing the human element entirely.

There is a common theme to pretty much all S&M/Fetish/BDSM clubs and conventions I have ever been to though, and that is fetish wear 'uniforms'.

This doesn't necessarily mean just uniforms like army and other public services, but also entails dressing as skinheads, whores, workmen or bikers for example, basically anything that someone might have on a wish-list to either be or fuck 'cos they find it exciting. The problem with this is kinda the same one as those into 'Cos-Play', that what folks find sexy and exciting to pretend they could be is usually entirely opposed to what they actually are, as such you get fat thin-skinned office jockeys attempting to pass as big hard armed response police and effeminate queens doing their best to pass as soldiers fresh from Iraq (you also get ex-army plumbers attempting to be sexy ladies but that's not relevant to my point right now).

Now you may be surprised to hear I have no fetishes myself, none, there is nothing anyone could put on or dress as that I would then get hard for regardless of the person inside, nor anything I've ever felt the need to pretend to be in order to feel good about myself, to me any regalia or equipment should serve a purpose or it's irrelevant. As such seeing these 'uniforms' going about around me and indeed having to dress to some degree in similar stuff in order to be allowed into such places has always and, I suspect, always will, just seem odd to me. I don't do it myself (other than having a mohawk and therefore being 'a punk'), nor have I ever felt the urge to, but apparently if I wish to be accepted by the community as 'real' (and therefore get thru the door) then I have to dress as something I am not, the same as they do.

I just don't get it, and find it ever so slightly insulting to those army and police guys who do a real and dangerous job, and being friends with some real bikers too, just fucking ridiculous that any of these guys think they can pass as one. I mean to many it isn't just dressing up in a fun 'theme night' fancy dress Village People kinda way, they REALLY take it seriously and you should too, and absolutely NOT burst into giggles when they order a Campari & soda at the bar.

One day I secretly hope one of these guys in full regalia takes a post-clubbing visit to the local kebab shop and meets the real deal, just so I can watch their conviction that they can totally pass as 'real' because they've spent all the money they've made cold-calling folks about house insurance on their fetish uniform, land with a thud on the floor for taking the piss.
(, Sun 25 Oct 2009, 10:25, 2 replies)
For posting this, it's thought provoking..
(, Sun 25 Oct 2009, 10:33, closed)
So what exactly
is a "real" biker?
(, Tue 27 Oct 2009, 22:37, closed)

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