Men Are Dressing In Full Body Rubber Doll Female Skin Suits

A new subculture known as ‘female masking’ has arrived where men wear full body latex suits to look like women.

Once the suit is fully on, the men have the appearance of living dolls. The men do not look like real women but in fact look like living plastic women. They are known as ‘maskers’, or ‘rubber dollers’ and they say they dress up like this for fun or as a fetish.

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  1. Looks like nothing more than cinema magic.

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  2. Interesting. I think it would be quite educational to be a woman once and see how differently one sees the world and how it sees them. Especially if it was more lifelike. I’d try it.

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    • I think the more practical experience would be something equaling lower pay, less respect and added child care responsibilities. Most of what it means to be a woman in this day and age is related to finances, work and assumed home responsibilities.

      Just a thought

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      • Who can resist the matrix until the cost is too high to get out? It’s a predicament. The allure of stuff, and then the disappointment of it, then the thinking begins. By the time one is able to swim out of it life is half over.

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          • The allure of acquiring stuff, and then the disappointment of it (then the thinking begins) By the time one is able to swim out of debt life is half over—this is the purpose of life—Buying gadgets and spending most of our life trying to find ways to not be bored by buying things we hate to accumulate. Modern living at its best.
            If this were actually a matrix though, I’d have a hard time believing there was any purpose to it, especially in a historical or aboriginal sense. Why, would be the question.

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            • You stated — “By the time one is able to swim out of debt life is half over”

              My response — This is so true it’s scary to read it. Debt and stuff is at best a distraction…… but what have we missed is the question. o.O

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              • I don’t think people realize the freedoms they sign away by trying to live the “American dream”. I’ve managed to take about ten years off work my adult life by being debt free. Free to travel, live in the mountains, the jungle, wherever I want because of one thing. No debt and few possessions. I am not a wealthy person, but Debt turns the American dream quickly into a nightmare of servitude.
                What we miss is those distractions keep our nose to the grindstone working for a life that is distasteful, then once we know what we’ve done we have no time to pursue anything of import and we get tossed like a ship living someone else’s dream.

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  3. Whoa, who would have thought! 😉 😛

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  4. Hmmm. I guess we all wear masks in some ways . . . .

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  5. Weird. But whatever floats your boat.

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