RUFF THOUGHTS: “First exposure to Bondage”

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I ran across this GIF of “Robin” tied up which brought back some memories.  Like many other Kinksters, the “BATMAN” cartoon and live action TV series were my first exposure to bondage and spandex.   I’ve shared this with some younger guys getting into bondage who have told me that they had a similar first exposure to kink but with the “Batman: The Animated Series” as well as other incarnations of “Batman” shows and movies…  including “Nightwing”. (below)

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It’s pretty clear that having a Superhero Fetish is fastly becoming more and more common.

POW! The Superhero Fetish Meetup

Below is a post and major announcement from Pablo Greene, author of the kinky superhero book series How to Kill a Superhero.

Sometimes, I have felt like kinksters don’t take superhero fetish seriously.

But I don’t like to think on negative terms. I like to take action instead of complaining.

Four years ago, I started organizing the Superhero Fetish Meetups at events like Mid-Atlantic Leather (MAL), International Mr. Leather (IML), and even New York Comic Con.

At first, just a few people turned out to meet up. They wore their best cosplays, they laughed, took photos together. Some even hooked up or fell in love.

And over the years, it grew, and grew. Other members of the community continued to create superhero meetups I couldn’t attend, and I encouraged them to do it, to keep the energy of the movement going. Brian Bolt Donner was one of these key organizers. Thanks to his efforts and energy, he also  created superhero fetish gatherings, dance parties and other events that generated community. This work would not be possible without him.

POW-TEASER

I am happy to announce that IML has made the Superhero Fetish Meetup an official event in its lineup. It’s going to be LIT.

POW! The Superhero Fetish Meetup

Description of the event on IML’s web site:

May 28, 2-4 p.m., in the Congress Hotel Lobby at International Mr. Leather.

  • Heroes and villains will face off at POW!, the dynamic event that unites the superhero fetish community at IML. Gear yourself up in superhero spandex, rubber or leather (as well as scales, robot armor, or fur) and come meet friendly kinksters who dig tights, capes and superpowers. This is a judgment-free event, and all levels of cosplay are appreciated, including capes.

View the full IML schedule at their website.

POW! The Superhero Fetish Meetup

Below is a post and major announcement from Pablo Greene, author of the kinky superhero book series How to Kill a Superhero.

Sometimes, I have felt like kinksters don’t take superhero fetish seriously.

But I don’t like to think on negative terms. I like to take action instead of complaining.

Four years ago, I started organizing the Superhero Fetish Meetups at events like Mid-Atlantic Leather (MAL), International Mr. Leather (IML), and even New York Comic Con.

At first, just a few people turned out to meet up. They wore their best cosplays, they laughed, took photos together. Some even hooked up or fell in love.

And over the years, it grew, and grew. Other members of the community continued to create superhero meetups I couldn’t attend, and I encouraged them to do it, to keep the energy of the movement going. Brian Bolt Donner was one of these key organizers. Thanks to his efforts and energy, he also  created superhero fetish gatherings, dance parties and other events that generated community. This work would not be possible without him.

POW-TEASER

I am happy to announce that IML has made the Superhero Fetish Meetup an official event in its lineup. It’s going to be LIT.

POW! The Superhero Fetish Meetup

Description of the event on IML’s web site:

May 28, 2-4 p.m., in the Congress Hotel Lobby at International Mr. Leather.

  • Heroes and villains will face off at POW!, the dynamic event that unites the superhero fetish community at IML. Gear yourself up in superhero spandex, rubber or leather (as well as scales, robot armor, or fur) and come meet friendly kinksters who dig tights, capes and superpowers. This is a judgment-free event, and all levels of cosplay are appreciated, including capes.

View the full IML schedule at their website.

Pablo Greene brings superhero fetish to Men’s Room Chicago this summer

Superhero fetish only gets hotter and hotter in Chicago. Join author Pablo Greene this Saturday, May 13 as he kicks off his residency at Men’s Room Chicago the fashion and fetish shop located in Lakeview. Pablo Greene is the author of How to Kill a Superhero, which blends superhero fetish, BDSM and a rich sci-fi world in his cult book series. Pablo will be joining the rest of the Men’s Room team in store to answer all your questions regarding fetish gear, products and toys. That means he can also autograph your copies of How to Kill a Superhero, his book series, which they carry in the store. You can catch Pablo in store on Saturdays from now through summer.

 

Also make sure to mark your calendars for POW! The Superhero Fetish Meetup  during IML 2017 which Pablo co-organizes with community member Brian Bolt Donner.

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