Headlining issue 63 of Skin Two is the fabulously stylish photography of Bérénice V from Paris. Then there’s a seventeen-page gallery of fetish fashion, from the world’s top designers. We take a look at the trend for treating latex clothes with a chlorination process. Will this help bring rubber into the mainstream? Will it make our lives easier? Do we want it to?
Did you know that Canada has a large and growing fetish community, with major events, leading fashion designers and great photographers? You didn’t? Well, the liberal political climate up there sits well with the fetish lifestyle – come North of the border with us and see what you’ve been missing.
The term “sado-masochism” sends a thrill down the spine of some of us. (You know who you are.) Unfortunately, it sometimes also invites the ignorant to assume that we are a bunch of undesirables. Dr Romana Byrne looks into the cultural history of SM and how the Marquis de Sade, Krafft-Ebing and Freud have earned us such disrepute.
What about fetish nightlife? Well, they have a rather individual take on fetish clubbing in Japan; Ontoshiki Vun presents a six-page photo feature on Department H, the hot place to party in your rubber. Back in Europe, visit Démonia in Paris with Jemima Freeman. And, if you’re a submissive man, then hell on earth awaits you at Pedestal. (Or heaven on earth, as it were.)
Art is vital to the fetish sensibility, because the metaphysical can go directly to those vital places the material world cannot reach. We bring you Boudicca Blue, body painters like you won’t have seen before. Sardax, the world’s leading illustrator of female domination, branches out into portraits – commission a drawing of the one you love. There’s some recommended autumn reading for you in our review section and a new short story by Tessa Ditner.
There’s so much good stuff in Skin Two issue 63 that we’ve had to increase it to 116 pages. But there is no price increase!
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