Latex Escape Challenges and Sensory Deprivation Page 1

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Escape Challenges and Sensory Deprivation in Latex

Why wearing latex when doing escapes or fashion and sensory derivation? Fashion aspects of clothing can be fetish oriented of course. However for the person wearing latex the continuity of the latex texture: smooth soft, close fitting as a second skin that attracts. The tactile sensation makes the same nerve stimulus throughout the body. The more continuous coverage then the nervous system actually reduces the number of different tactile sensations it receives. The fewer sensations imposing on the nervous system makes for a quieter more relaxed mind. So too with lycra fashion as well for neoprene suits that offer a similar result. The continuity enhances the 'sensory deprivation' that relates to calming and relaxation of the mind.

In Escape Challenges the latex offers a sensory aspect but usually offers a visual statement about the challenge. The added second skin is perceived by the audience as a fashion statement and as an added degree of difficulty in the challenge, especially when the head is covered along with the rest of the body. Indeed fetish is not lost on the audience as well, but entertains greatly seeing a rubber or leather clad figure attempt an escape.

The following images are mostly of Max and a few friends experimenting with escape challenges and sensory deprivation.

THis page offers a glimpse of the past when Max was getting going enjoying the latex fashion and different escape challenges and sensory deprivation tests.

 
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Max's first latex sensory deprivation experiences were in Toronto visiting with friends. Max bought a one piece latex total encapsulation catsuit with nose holes for  an airway and wanted to try a long term immobilization with the suit. Not sure what to expect his friends introduced Max to the concept of confinement and immobilization in latex. It was very successful beginning of many such trials for Max.
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Max did an early escape spreadeagle routine in a catsuit. This photo served as the image Max decided should be made into a logo for his company Caught-In-T he-Act in 1988
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For fun Max got a rubber friend to agree to be a Christmas Tree
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Max early on acquired several latex catsuits, some for fashion others for use in sensory deprivation
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Max tried different ways to relax in suspension but often it was very difficult  to overcome pressure points
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Just horsing around in a full latex pony costume - Rubber Dandy
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It was a great hit at a Northbound Party
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Max tries a near impossible escape challenge but found it was better as a sensory deprivation experience
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Max experienced a full head enclosure including a gag  for safe mouth and nose airway. It made the sensory deprivation sensation much more intense.

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