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Catsuits and Gimp Suits- Restrictive Bondage Fashions

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By: Jean Samick

CatsuitCatsuits, Mexican wrestling masks and leather pants. These could be innocent fashion choices in their selective settings, but when you cross over into bondage suit fetishes things start to get interesting for your wardrobe. Latex fetishes and bondage suits are a type of BDSM where the entire body is covered in varying degrees for the purpose of bodily restriction and denial arousal.

Masks are especially popular as an add on or entrance into the fetish. They cover the face and neck completely, and often cover the eyes while leaving an opening for the mouth and nose. The gimp suit is a bit different. The suit is tight fitting and covers everything from feet to hands, and if there isn’t a hood a separate mask comes with it. Covering the entire body from top to bottom has the sole purpose of dehumanizing the person in the suit so they’re see as a toy for arousal, and not as a sexual partner. The people in the suits are often ignored or used as furniture in a dehumanizing but consensual way. This sub/ dom play is like an amped up version of BDSM, and is not for beginners.

The suits themselves can be made of latex, rubber, PVC, leather and darlexx. Since some of the material is stretchier and more breathable than others, beginners should typically stick to something that is form fitting and restricting but easily removed. Full costumes made of leather cannot fit as tightly, but will have an impact on body temperature depending on how much of a persons body is enclosed or exposed. Some of the suits have openings at the genitals or erogenous zones, but not always so make sure to hit the bathroom before slinking into one. They don’t have an escape route!

There are plenty of online stores that specialize in bondage masks and suits, but you don’t need to look hard. Wicked Wanda's caters to the catsuit people, and whether you get one for Halloween or “Halloween” (for those with nosier postmen) you want to make sure you triple check the sizing requirements so you get one that fits. It’s not the sort of thing you want too loose, or too snug. A loose suit could deflate the mood, and one that’s too tight could have dangerous consequences like circulation and breathing restriction.

In pop-culture, movies like Pulp Fiction and The People Under the Stairs have featured gimp suits in different ways, and shows like Amercian Horror Story have had them in the plot as aesthetic backdrop and ominous characters. The only thing these Hollywood examples seem to miss is when the gimp or bondage suit wearer gets aggressive and attacks someone. The whole mentality behind these costumes is one of docile complacency.

So before you dive deep into the fun world of leather suits and gimp furniture, try out some lighter options like wrapping your partner tightly or buying a quick-escape straightjacket. It’ll have a similar restrictive setting without the potential mishaps, and you can grow your suit collection from there.

Jean Samick



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