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The History of Latex Fetishism - Part 2

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In part 2 of the History of Latex Fetishism, we cover a deep dive into the origins of the latex and fetish communities during the first half of the twentieth century (1900s to 1960s). This documentary will provide a holistic approach to fetish communities during this time, with an analysis of both the legal and psychiatric risks faced by fetishists of the time. We then turn our attention to groundbreaking publications and pornographers which directly influence the modern latex community. These include Charles Guyette, John Willie, Leonard Burtman, Irving Klaw, Gene Bilbrew, Eric Stanton, and more! The video concludes with an overview of rubber clothing availability and purchasing avenues during this time period.

(Links to all sources used will be posted soon!)

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Chapters:
0:00 Intro
0:36 Societal & Psychiatric Opinions
5:59 Obscenity Laws
10:57 London Life
14:04 Charles Guyette
16:01 John Willie
18:41 Leonard Burtman
21:50 Irving Klaw
23:36 Gene Bilbrew
25:20 Eric Stanton
26:31 Harry
27:22 Mackintosh Groups
29:49 Rubber Clothing
37:53 Credits and Outro

Music: Passing By, Look Both Ways, Oscar, Haunted, Soft Focus, Sleepy Disco Dan Adjusts to Suburban Life, SleepyFace, Disembark, Garoto, Celery Man, Frontusis, Stay Gold, and Square One by Birocratic (http://www.birocratic.com) The songs used in this video were licensed via Birocratic License v05.2016. For info on how you can use this music in your project, check out http://www.birocratic.com/license-app.

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