You probably heard about ‘puppy play,’ which is a form of BDSM roleplaying that’s been growing in popularity among gay and bisexual men.
Basically, guys who are the submissive party would dress up as a pup — with a full-on head mask, collar, and some latex and/or leather accessories to complete the attire.
The pup would also get down on all fours and behave like a young and playful dog to entertain his ‘master.’
If you think this is bizarre, well, to some people it’s a fetish that frees their sexual inhibitions.
You know what they say, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
But what about the term ‘female masking’? Heard of it?
Female masking is kind of an even more underground scene, in which participants transform themselves into living female dolls.
Made up of predominantly mature men, the community is believed to have thousands of members around the world, many are from the U.S., the U.K. and Germany.
The practice is believed to have started in Europe in the 80s, and its originator is said to be an English artist who was creating masks for the Batman movies. He experimented and developed his first female mask.
Besides a doll-like mask, the men also put on a full-body silicone suit, prosthetic breasts, and elaborate costumes to create their ideal female form.
VICE reports that the community is active online and meets up in special forums to show off their unique transformations.
However, many prefer to keep this habit of theirs a secret from family and friends.
VICE traveled to Amsterdam and Germany to meet a few men who’re willing to shed their masculinity and transform into feminine latex dolls in front of the camera.
The crew met veterans of the scene who have thousands of fans and costumes, as well as those who have never gone out in public in their alternative identity.
Watch the intriguing video here:
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