Whelp, it’s been almost 2 whole weeks since my last post, which is probably the longest time that I have ever gone without posting. Part of the reason is because I came back from my work in Colombia a week ago, and the readjustment to life in Vancouver has been awkward. Additionally, I got terribly sick with something in my last day in Colombia. I was unable to eat for almost 3 days (one of which involved  17 hours in a plane or in transit), which made me super, super weak. Fortunately, I’m feeling much better now. Though, the jarring transition from life in Colombia to life in Vancouver has really been difficult for me.
I think I still need some more time to reflect and figure out what is going on in my head. I need to try to sort out my priorities and make some decisions on what I want in life and where I want to go. These kinds of questions have been on my mind and have made it a bit difficult to think about this blog. But, I felt like writing a bit today, so I thought I would just talk more about day 2 of the Rubbout weekend way back in April.
Awhile ago, I talked all about Day 1 of Rubbout 2014. I had a great time on day 1, but the 2nd day was not quite as glamourous. The events of Day 2 included a Gearswap at Pumpjack, the Puppyplay party, and the play party in the evening. In the past, I’ve had some great finds at the gearswap, but this year I was busy with volunteer duties until late in the dya and missed out on a lot of great 2nd hand gear. Sadly, I missed a lot of the Puppy Play party, but I heard that the folks at Vancouver-Pup and Handlers did a great job running the event.
What kept me busy for a good number of hours was cleaning up the party from the previous night. I can only speak for myself, but I was a bit disappointed by the lack of support from the venue where we hosted the party. Certainly, we were given some special concessions (i.e. play space in the back of the establishment), but we also paid to rent the space and I felt like nothing was done for us. I spent much of my afternoon cleaning up lube and cum from the back play area, and I recognize that kind of job was beyond the scope of any business other than a bath house. However, at one point the business owner was telling to me to go clean the bathrooms, which I thought was ridiculous. After the event, the business owner complained a bit that he didn’t make that much money in alcohol sales (fyi, their profit was more than that of our entire weekend) and I think we decided not to work with them again. Afterall, Rubbout and its volunteers put all the work organizing, advertising, setting up and cleaning up their event. 
Anyway, I’m complaining a lot..sorry. The day ended with the play party at 8x6, which is this cool new space in Vancouver. It’s classified as a sex club, which makes it different from bath houses like Steamworks. At 8X6, you are allowed to sell alcohol, so we had this great social space for people to sit and talk while having some drinks. This social space was really, really popular, and I feel like some guys appreciated the space where they could hangout in rubber gear and talk with their friends or with new people.
There was also a dance floor (not really used) and a vacuum bondage demo area. Some guys were way too rough with the vacuum coffin and it ended up  breaking, which of course is a cost that Rubbout had to absorb. This demo was also well utilized (until the vac coffin broke) and more like a fun exhibitionist show than a sex show. It was crammed full, and a nice segue into the hard core sex that was going on in the back room. Unlike a bathhouse that has little rooms for private sex, 8X6 had no such thing, and instead there was a large room with a couple of slings, bondage benches, etc. set up. This led to a really cool scene where there were 3 or 4 hardcore sex/play scenes going on at the same time, and loads of people watching and participating all around it. It really looked like something out of a porno, which I didn’t really expect to see.
At the event, i chatted with some friendly faces and met some very nice new people (who have yet to e-mail me!). It was a great event, though i’m glad that I didn’t have to stay up to help clean up that night. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a picture of my outfit for the night (I thought it would be uncool to take photos at a play party), so I’ve just shared a photo from the next day’s brunch. Polo and skinny jeans from Libidex, fingerless gloves from Twohandstochoke, and super Canadian surplus boots :).
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Whelp, it’s been almost 2 whole weeks since my last post, which is probably the longest time that I have ever gone without posting. Part of the reason is because I came back from my work in Colombia a week ago, and the readjustment to life in Vancouver has been awkward. Additionally, I got terribly sick with something in my last day in Colombia. I was unable to eat for almost 3 days (one of which involved  17 hours in a plane or in transit), which made me super, super weak. Fortunately, I’m feeling much better now. Though, the jarring transition from life in Colombia to life in Vancouver has really been difficult for me.

I think I still need some more time to reflect and figure out what is going on in my head. I need to try to sort out my priorities and make some decisions on what I want in life and where I want to go. These kinds of questions have been on my mind and have made it a bit difficult to think about this blog. But, I felt like writing a bit today, so I thought I would just talk more about day 2 of the Rubbout weekend way back in April.

Awhile ago, I talked all about Day 1 of Rubbout 2014. I had a great time on day 1, but the 2nd day was not quite as glamourous. The events of Day 2 included a Gearswap at Pumpjack, the Puppyplay party, and the play party in the evening. In the past, I’ve had some great finds at the gearswap, but this year I was busy with volunteer duties until late in the dya and missed out on a lot of great 2nd hand gear. Sadly, I missed a lot of the Puppy Play party, but I heard that the folks at Vancouver-Pup and Handlers did a great job running the event.

What kept me busy for a good number of hours was cleaning up the party from the previous night. I can only speak for myself, but I was a bit disappointed by the lack of support from the venue where we hosted the party. Certainly, we were given some special concessions (i.e. play space in the back of the establishment), but we also paid to rent the space and I felt like nothing was done for us. I spent much of my afternoon cleaning up lube and cum from the back play area, and I recognize that kind of job was beyond the scope of any business other than a bath house. However, at one point the business owner was telling to me to go clean the bathrooms, which I thought was ridiculous. After the event, the business owner complained a bit that he didn’t make that much money in alcohol sales (fyi, their profit was more than that of our entire weekend) and I think we decided not to work with them again. Afterall, Rubbout and its volunteers put all the work organizing, advertising, setting up and cleaning up their event. 

Anyway, I’m complaining a lot..sorry. The day ended with the play party at 8x6, which is this cool new space in Vancouver. It’s classified as a sex club, which makes it different from bath houses like Steamworks. At 8X6, you are allowed to sell alcohol, so we had this great social space for people to sit and talk while having some drinks. This social space was really, really popular, and I feel like some guys appreciated the space where they could hangout in rubber gear and talk with their friends or with new people.

There was also a dance floor (not really used) and a vacuum bondage demo area. Some guys were way too rough with the vacuum coffin and it ended up  breaking, which of course is a cost that Rubbout had to absorb. This demo was also well utilized (until the vac coffin broke) and more like a fun exhibitionist show than a sex show. It was crammed full, and a nice segue into the hard core sex that was going on in the back room. Unlike a bathhouse that has little rooms for private sex, 8X6 had no such thing, and instead there was a large room with a couple of slings, bondage benches, etc. set up. This led to a really cool scene where there were 3 or 4 hardcore sex/play scenes going on at the same time, and loads of people watching and participating all around it. It really looked like something out of a porno, which I didn’t really expect to see.

At the event, i chatted with some friendly faces and met some very nice new people (who have yet to e-mail me!). It was a great event, though i’m glad that I didn’t have to stay up to help clean up that night. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a picture of my outfit for the night (I thought it would be uncool to take photos at a play party), so I’ve just shared a photo from the next day’s brunch. Polo and skinny jeans from Libidex, fingerless gloves from Twohandstochoke, and super Canadian surplus boots :).

Ah, I miss my blue hair! And….after 2 months, I’ll be going back to Vancouver in less than a week. Because it’s my last week here in Colombia, I’m trying to cram in as much stuff as possible. It’s for this reason that I may be slow to reply to any message on here, recon, etc. Sorry!
Colombia has been really great to me, and I’m sad to leave. Nonetheless, it’s about time to head back to real life in Vancouver and work on my own projects again. Posting will likely continue to be slow for awhile, but please feel free to make submissions to me. 
Anyway, by this point you will all have probably realized that I have just been slowly posting pictures from 3 or 4 different photo sessions. It’s all just me standing in different silly poses, so feel free to abandon ship if it gets too boring for you. Depending on how busy I get, if you hang on, you can look forward to more of the same, but also more videos perhaps. Maybe my latest latex crafting creations. Or maybe I’ll find the time to take some new photos. In any case, I hope you all have a super swell weekend.
Cheers
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Ah, I miss my blue hair! And….after 2 months, I’ll be going back to Vancouver in less than a week. Because it’s my last week here in Colombia, I’m trying to cram in as much stuff as possible. It’s for this reason that I may be slow to reply to any message on here, recon, etc. Sorry!

Colombia has been really great to me, and I’m sad to leave. Nonetheless, it’s about time to head back to real life in Vancouver and work on my own projects again. Posting will likely continue to be slow for awhile, but please feel free to make submissions to me. 

Anyway, by this point you will all have probably realized that I have just been slowly posting pictures from 3 or 4 different photo sessions. It’s all just me standing in different silly poses, so feel free to abandon ship if it gets too boring for you. Depending on how busy I get, if you hang on, you can look forward to more of the same, but also more videos perhaps. Maybe my latest latex crafting creations. Or maybe I’ll find the time to take some new photos. In any case, I hope you all have a super swell weekend.

Cheers

Okie dokie, I’m done with moping around and being scared to go outside! Next time some half-baked thief tries to come at me, they’ll have to deal with my superhero alter-ego. Chains and crowbar, bamf!
I’m just joking of course….if I guy with a gun comes at me, I’m just going to give him all my belongings. It’s really just the safest thing to do, and my life really isn’t worth the little bit of money I carry around :). That said, looking back at these pictures taken by Twohandstochoke during my last visit, I think I look pretty badass! It was fun rooting around his garage and finding props to use for the photoshoot.
I think in post production, twohandstochoke must have used some photoshop magic to outline or highlight my abs, because I definitely do not have that kind of definition in my torso. Especially now, having done little running or cycling for almost 2 months, I am not ready for any selifies :p. I have started swimming though, so maybe my shoulders will be a bit broader? The swim coach here has been teaching me spanish while I swim. It’s very specific terminology ‘En libre - freestyle; espalda - backcrawl; etc’ but Spanish nonetheless :).
The crime here can be quite complicated. Some of my friends here went to the mall to withdraw some money. They then walked around the mall and shopped for awhile, and then they took a cab to the other side of the city back home. Thieves (or perhaps a network of thieves) followed them the whole time and were waiting just as they were about the exit the taxi, when two motorcyclists surrounded them. One of the thieves put a gun through the window and pointed it at my friend’s head and said, “We know how much money you have, give it to us now!”. She is traumatized from the experience and is now terrified to take the taxi, especially alone. She suspects the taxi driver was in on the plot as well, and now never takes taxis from the street. To be safe, you need to call for a taxi and then make sure that they know the special password. It’s really sad that people have to live with these kind of worries.
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Okie dokie, I’m done with moping around and being scared to go outside! Next time some half-baked thief tries to come at me, they’ll have to deal with my superhero alter-ego. Chains and crowbar, bamf!
I’m just joking of course….if I guy with a gun comes at me, I’m just going to give him all my belongings. It’s really just the safest thing to do, and my life really isn’t worth the little bit of money I carry around :). That said, looking back at these pictures taken by Twohandstochoke during my last visit, I think I look pretty badass! It was fun rooting around his garage and finding props to use for the photoshoot.
I think in post production, twohandstochoke must have used some photoshop magic to outline or highlight my abs, because I definitely do not have that kind of definition in my torso. Especially now, having done little running or cycling for almost 2 months, I am not ready for any selifies :p. I have started swimming though, so maybe my shoulders will be a bit broader? The swim coach here has been teaching me spanish while I swim. It’s very specific terminology ‘En libre - freestyle; espalda - backcrawl; etc’ but Spanish nonetheless :).
The crime here can be quite complicated. Some of my friends here went to the mall to withdraw some money. They then walked around the mall and shopped for awhile, and then they took a cab to the other side of the city back home. Thieves (or perhaps a network of thieves) followed them the whole time and were waiting just as they were about the exit the taxi, when two motorcyclists surrounded them. One of the thieves put a gun through the window and pointed it at my friend’s head and said, “We know how much money you have, give it to us now!”. She is traumatized from the experience and is now terrified to take the taxi, especially alone. She suspects the taxi driver was in on the plot as well, and now never takes taxis from the street. To be safe, you need to call for a taxi and then make sure that they know the special password. It’s really sad that people have to live with these kind of worries.
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Okie dokie, I’m done with moping around and being scared to go outside! Next time some half-baked thief tries to come at me, they’ll have to deal with my superhero alter-ego. Chains and crowbar, bamf!

I’m just joking of course….if I guy with a gun comes at me, I’m just going to give him all my belongings. It’s really just the safest thing to do, and my life really isn’t worth the little bit of money I carry around :). That said, looking back at these pictures taken by Twohandstochoke during my last visit, I think I look pretty badass! It was fun rooting around his garage and finding props to use for the photoshoot.

I think in post production, twohandstochoke must have used some photoshop magic to outline or highlight my abs, because I definitely do not have that kind of definition in my torso. Especially now, having done little running or cycling for almost 2 months, I am not ready for any selifies :p. I have started swimming though, so maybe my shoulders will be a bit broader? The swim coach here has been teaching me spanish while I swim. It’s very specific terminology ‘En libre - freestyle; espalda - backcrawl; etc’ but Spanish nonetheless :).

The crime here can be quite complicated. Some of my friends here went to the mall to withdraw some money. They then walked around the mall and shopped for awhile, and then they took a cab to the other side of the city back home. Thieves (or perhaps a network of thieves) followed them the whole time and were waiting just as they were about the exit the taxi, when two motorcyclists surrounded them. One of the thieves put a gun through the window and pointed it at my friend’s head and said, “We know how much money you have, give it to us now!”. She is traumatized from the experience and is now terrified to take the taxi, especially alone. She suspects the taxi driver was in on the plot as well, and now never takes taxis from the street. To be safe, you need to call for a taxi and then make sure that they know the special password. It’s really sad that people have to live with these kind of worries.

Today my blog sinks to a new low, and I present to you a pair of photos of me washing the dishes at the home of twohandstochoke. In the 2nd picture I’m holding a Moka coffee maker, a cool invention that makes tasty espresso coffee right on your stove top. I’m not a coffee drinker myself, but I really hate using and cleaning those devices. Something about boiling water in a tiny, sealed container seems inherently dangerous to me. I find the pots tricky to open, and all the parts inside to be finicky to clean. Of course, I’m just complaining about little things, but considering how rarely I drink coffee, it’s a bit surprising how many coffee pots I’ve had to wash in my life time! Call it self-preservation as there is nothing like dealing with a coffee addict who discovers that they forgot to wash their coffee making implements the day before!
Anyway, this photos has me wearing a metallic pewter top from Latex101, and the metallic black skinny jeans from Libidex. I’m also wearing my favourite leather suspenders. My clothes are ridiculously shiny because of twohandstochoke and some liberal application of Vivishine. It is super easy to use, and I would highly recommend it as a shiner! 
I’m glad you all stuck around for this super important and relevant post. I hope your lives are much improved as a result. I also hope you liked my little joke?
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Today my blog sinks to a new low, and I present to you a pair of photos of me washing the dishes at the home of twohandstochoke. In the 2nd picture I’m holding a Moka coffee maker, a cool invention that makes tasty espresso coffee right on your stove top. I’m not a coffee drinker myself, but I really hate using and cleaning those devices. Something about boiling water in a tiny, sealed container seems inherently dangerous to me. I find the pots tricky to open, and all the parts inside to be finicky to clean. Of course, I’m just complaining about little things, but considering how rarely I drink coffee, it’s a bit surprising how many coffee pots I’ve had to wash in my life time! Call it self-preservation as there is nothing like dealing with a coffee addict who discovers that they forgot to wash their coffee making implements the day before!
Anyway, this photos has me wearing a metallic pewter top from Latex101, and the metallic black skinny jeans from Libidex. I’m also wearing my favourite leather suspenders. My clothes are ridiculously shiny because of twohandstochoke and some liberal application of Vivishine. It is super easy to use, and I would highly recommend it as a shiner! 
I’m glad you all stuck around for this super important and relevant post. I hope your lives are much improved as a result. I also hope you liked my little joke?
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Today my blog sinks to a new low, and I present to you a pair of photos of me washing the dishes at the home of twohandstochoke. In the 2nd picture I’m holding a Moka coffee maker, a cool invention that makes tasty espresso coffee right on your stove top. I’m not a coffee drinker myself, but I really hate using and cleaning those devices. Something about boiling water in a tiny, sealed container seems inherently dangerous to me. I find the pots tricky to open, and all the parts inside to be finicky to clean. Of course, I’m just complaining about little things, but considering how rarely I drink coffee, it’s a bit surprising how many coffee pots I’ve had to wash in my life time! Call it self-preservation as there is nothing like dealing with a coffee addict who discovers that they forgot to wash their coffee making implements the day before!

Anyway, this photos has me wearing a metallic pewter top from Latex101, and the metallic black skinny jeans from Libidex. I’m also wearing my favourite leather suspenders. My clothes are ridiculously shiny because of twohandstochoke and some liberal application of Vivishine. It is super easy to use, and I would highly recommend it as a shiner! 

I’m glad you all stuck around for this super important and relevant post. I hope your lives are much improved as a result. I also hope you liked my little joke?

ego-assassin:

On June 16th, ego assassin will permanently close its production studio and cease taking orders on its website. This is a good thing.

Great ninjas don’t retire. They walk silently into the mist, leaving the world forever changed behind them. We don’t know about the entire world, but after almost 9 years of lubing, learning, cutting, gluing, drafting, designing, selling and shining, we’re pretty sure we’ve left a mark or two on the latex world. It’s certainly changed us in ways we never expected. That is the gift we received from each of you. Now it’s time for us to take that gift and find new worlds to make awesome with it. We can’t wait for you to see them…

In the meantime, you have one last chance to score that extra-special piece of latex goodness that you’ve had your eye on for months (or years!). Until we close down ordering on Monday, June 16th, you can have anything you like at http://www.ego-assassin.com for 20% off. Our last sale. Ever. Don’t miss out.

Ego-Assassin has always offered top quality, innovative latex/rubber fashion designs to both men and women. It’s a real shame that they closing their doors on Monday, but I’m sure they are moving on to new and exciting adventures. This is your last chance to get an Ego-Assassin outfit, so check out their online store for their fabulous collection, or look through some of my personal favourites here.

So I’m off to the coffee growing region of Colombia for the weekend and I don’t have too much time for a update post. I just came back from a salsa class (it’s so fun!) and I need to pack.

I’ve been noticing that my saved drafts is mostly composed of pictures of me, and the last remaining latex designer pieces that I’ve found. At this point, I’m not sure how much longer I can continue with showcasing latex designs, and it might just be endless picture of me. It’s probably not the most exciting thing to find on Tumblr, especially since most of them are just me in the same outfit and scene, but just standing in a different position.

Anyway, I think it was probably twohandstochoke who initially showed me this youtube account. KinkyMonkyKai has a lot of latex, and posts videos showcasing all the various items that they own. I don’t think there is any voice or text, but it does give someone a good idea of what an item looks like in real life, so I would suggest you give the account a try.

http://www.youtube.com/user/KinkyMonkyKai

Until I get back, I hope you all have a great weekend. I don’t drink coffee myself, but I’ll start just to take advantage of Colombian coffee. Btw, if you want to continue seeing more latex designs, please feel free to submit ideas to me. Together we can make this blog work! Also, what do you think is the proper ratio of latex designs and unsolicited photos of me?

Note:I wrote the message below when I had just arrived to Cali and was feeling pretty scared and down. It can be really tough when you can’t even point at a piece of chicken and buy it because there are so many other associated questions. However, since my arrival, I feel like I’ve been picking up some of the language, and can at least figure out what is going on some of the time. It’s great how things have changed for the better. I’m much happier here in Cali now, and I feel like I know the city a little better.
My picture above as nothing to do with this post. It was of course taken by the talented twohandstochoke. This was during the big, opening dance/social party on the first day of Rubbout. There was a nice little patio that was accessed through the large back play room, and twohands had me doing silly things like running and jumping off a ledge. It can be really tricky to take large steps (like up onto a high ledge) when wearing latex, and I was particularly worried about damaging the suit since it was meant to be a prize for Rubbout. Anyway, the pictures were still really fun to take, and I had a good time posing with twohands. 
I think one of the reasons why latex is not so popular here in Cali is because it’s so farting hot and humid here, that you really don’t want to be sweating out in latex! Anyway, you can read my sad message from last week below.  Hope you all are doing well!

It’s a weekend night and I’m staying at home by myself…Some of you are probably thinking that I’m being a super wimp by staying at home, and that is probably partly true. It doesn’t help that I only speak the barest minimum of Spanish (despite efforts to learn), but Colombia is a bit of a dangerous place. The divide between the rich and poor is quite great, and there is also a good amount of drug and gang activity happening. For example, just the other day some teenagers were killed because they refused to join an assassin gang who was luring teens with the promise of soccer star training. On top of this, the boundaries between “good” neighbourhoods and “bad” neighbourhoods is more of a mosaic than a straightforward eastside vs westside, so you really need to know where you’re going. Despite this all, I’ve met the most wonderful and lovely people here and it’s really only 1 percent of people who are truly dangerous and scary. 
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Note:I wrote the message below when I had just arrived to Cali and was feeling pretty scared and down. It can be really tough when you can’t even point at a piece of chicken and buy it because there are so many other associated questions. However, since my arrival, I feel like I’ve been picking up some of the language, and can at least figure out what is going on some of the time. It’s great how things have changed for the better. I’m much happier here in Cali now, and I feel like I know the city a little better.
My picture above as nothing to do with this post. It was of course taken by the talented twohandstochoke. This was during the big, opening dance/social party on the first day of Rubbout. There was a nice little patio that was accessed through the large back play room, and twohands had me doing silly things like running and jumping off a ledge. It can be really tricky to take large steps (like up onto a high ledge) when wearing latex, and I was particularly worried about damaging the suit since it was meant to be a prize for Rubbout. Anyway, the pictures were still really fun to take, and I had a good time posing with twohands. 
I think one of the reasons why latex is not so popular here in Cali is because it’s so farting hot and humid here, that you really don’t want to be sweating out in latex! Anyway, you can read my sad message from last week below.  Hope you all are doing well!

It’s a weekend night and I’m staying at home by myself…Some of you are probably thinking that I’m being a super wimp by staying at home, and that is probably partly true. It doesn’t help that I only speak the barest minimum of Spanish (despite efforts to learn), but Colombia is a bit of a dangerous place. The divide between the rich and poor is quite great, and there is also a good amount of drug and gang activity happening. For example, just the other day some teenagers were killed because they refused to join an assassin gang who was luring teens with the promise of soccer star training. On top of this, the boundaries between “good” neighbourhoods and “bad” neighbourhoods is more of a mosaic than a straightforward eastside vs westside, so you really need to know where you’re going. Despite this all, I’ve met the most wonderful and lovely people here and it’s really only 1 percent of people who are truly dangerous and scary. 
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Note:I wrote the message below when I had just arrived to Cali and was feeling pretty scared and down. It can be really tough when you can’t even point at a piece of chicken and buy it because there are so many other associated questions. However, since my arrival, I feel like I’ve been picking up some of the language, and can at least figure out what is going on some of the time. It’s great how things have changed for the better. I’m much happier here in Cali now, and I feel like I know the city a little better.

My picture above as nothing to do with this post. It was of course taken by the talented twohandstochoke. This was during the big, opening dance/social party on the first day of Rubbout. There was a nice little patio that was accessed through the large back play room, and twohands had me doing silly things like running and jumping off a ledge. It can be really tricky to take large steps (like up onto a high ledge) when wearing latex, and I was particularly worried about damaging the suit since it was meant to be a prize for Rubbout. Anyway, the pictures were still really fun to take, and I had a good time posing with twohands. 

I think one of the reasons why latex is not so popular here in Cali is because it’s so farting hot and humid here, that you really don’t want to be sweating out in latex! Anyway, you can read my sad message from last week below.  Hope you all are doing well!

It’s a weekend night and I’m staying at home by myself…Some of you are probably thinking that I’m being a super wimp by staying at home, and that is probably partly true. It doesn’t help that I only speak the barest minimum of Spanish (despite efforts to learn), but Colombia is a bit of a dangerous place. The divide between the rich and poor is quite great, and there is also a good amount of drug and gang activity happening. For example, just the other day some teenagers were killed because they refused to join an assassin gang who was luring teens with the promise of soccer star training. On top of this, the boundaries between “good” neighbourhoods and “bad” neighbourhoods is more of a mosaic than a straightforward eastside vs westside, so you really need to know where you’re going. Despite this all, I’ve met the most wonderful and lovely people here and it’s really only 1 percent of people who are truly dangerous and scary. 

Attention username Goldfarts. I know how much you like uniforms, and I know how much I like seeing you in uniforms, so this is especially for you!

Libidex is having it’s super summer sale with 50% off all latex express items, and 70% off select items. The Trooper shirt is one such item and is going for a low 36GBP (about 65 CAD). The shirt is zippered, which means the torso is a little more snug and fitted than usual. It comes with little shoulder flaps, as well as a working front pocket. It’s early in the sale so there are still lots of colours to choose from. Please buy it and share some photos :)

(Source: latexexpress-beta.com)

Ugh….so tired. I was out walking all day Saturday in Cali. While the distance wasn’t great, the sun just tends to sap your strength away. In the morning, I went up to Tres Cruces again, then walked over to the San Antonio neighbourhood, then down to the Parque Artesenal to explore the various hand made goods, then over to the Galleria Alameda to check out the huge market, and lastly to the stadium for some Chollado (shaved ice desserts). 

I guess I should explain each individual event a little more in later posts. I’m kind of exhausted now, and have a huge line-up of draft images…mostly of me taken by twohandstochoke, so I hope you all don’t mind if my blog becomes a me-me-me-me-me blog, rather than a “latex fashion” blog. Right now I really just don’t feel like I have the energy to go snooping around on the internet for cool latex designs.

That said, I’ve had this little piece called “Black Rubber Target Harness Adjustable Punk Club Latex BLUF Skin Gummi Straps” from Sk!nt Elastics for awhile now. I like that they’ve managed to make the traditional and somewhat dull harness just a little more exciting. It actually makes me think of a design that I came up with a few years back. No more spoilers though, I promised Fetishak that I would send along some of my ideas!

Ready for more filler material?
This photo was (of course) taken by twohandstochoke when I visited him in Seattle ages ago. Those that know me in real life have probably seen this facial expression on a number of occasions. Basically it’s my judgy “What the fuck are you doing?” face. 
I have a really hard time with controlling my facial expressions, and most people can read me pretty easily….even when half my face is masked and covered up!
On the subject of being covered up, I wish I had some sort of full coverage protection against mosquitoes here in Colombia. If a full rubber suit weren’t so hot….
The mosquitoes are smaller and more stealthy than those in Vancouver. I can be bitten 4 or 5 times before even seeing the damn things, and even when I see them, they quickly disappear into the environment. They also don’t really draw blood, so the same mosquito will just keep biting over and over, but never finish because it doesn’t have the required blood!
Zoom Info
Camera
Canon EOS 7D
ISO
100
Aperture
f/7.1
Exposure
1/250th
Focal Length
60mm

Ready for more filler material?

This photo was (of course) taken by twohandstochoke when I visited him in Seattle ages ago. Those that know me in real life have probably seen this facial expression on a number of occasions. Basically it’s my judgy “What the fuck are you doing?” face. 

I have a really hard time with controlling my facial expressions, and most people can read me pretty easily….even when half my face is masked and covered up!

On the subject of being covered up, I wish I had some sort of full coverage protection against mosquitoes here in Colombia. If a full rubber suit weren’t so hot….

The mosquitoes are smaller and more stealthy than those in Vancouver. I can be bitten 4 or 5 times before even seeing the damn things, and even when I see them, they quickly disappear into the environment. They also don’t really draw blood, so the same mosquito will just keep biting over and over, but never finish because it doesn’t have the required blood!

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