Rei Ayanami latex cosplay

Rei is my spirit animal and they’re a pretty popular character to cosplay. It took a while to put together the whole set, including hours of laborious 3D printing sanding and painting the spear of Longinus.

If you love what you see and can afford to chuck some pennies at me, always appreciated but never expected 💖

Photography: HexLatex
Latex: KigCos
Helmet: AliExpress

Drone PoV

If you like shaky camera work and giant dildos, then this video is for you.

So long and thanks for all the latex

Social media isn’t like an airport, it doesn’t need a departure announcement.

But I think some explanation is needed in this case as Twitter (I’ll be in my cold cold grave before I recognise its new name) has been my home and community since 2009. It has been fundamental to understanding my own sexuality and gender and with connecting with so so many wonderful people.

And I hate that one individual has decided to rob me of all of this.

Interaction (and I don’t mean just dopamine hits) has been down, and my timeline has been filled with actual, literal fascists. I am lucky in one sense in that my income doesn’t depend on it but for anyone that does my heart breaks to see what it has become.

So what next:

I won’t be deleting Twitter for now but I am no longer regularly active on it. I will repost joint work.
Update: I’ve started to dip back into Twitter more. I know, I’m sorry. I have a really cosy vibe on Bluesky but the bulk of my parasocial community has not followed and there are people I just miss interacting with. I’m trying to cut down, honest!

Mastodon has been flat but I’ll continue to use it.

Bluesky currently has the most promising community but I fear as it grows this will diminish but we shall see.

Instagram allows me to follow some vendors but the moderation policies are draconian.

Fetlife is ok but the level of creepy comments is unpleasant.

OF/Fansly serve a purpose especially for live streams and video hosting and I’ll continue to use them to post early exclusives before that content becomes available for free here.

The blog will stay and might actually get a bit more attention.

Tailoring content for each platform takes effort and I don’t want to simply automatically cross post either. I don’t know how best to proceed and won’t always get it right but I’ll try my best to continue to inform and help the community that has helped me so much over the last 20 years. x

Rubber Doll Suits

This is not an exhaustive guide but is a good starting point if you are interested in expressing your inner dolly self. I hope this post will be updated over time as other makers emerge.

Firstly, the assumption here is that you are wanting to take a flat(ter) chest and augment the breast area and constrict the waist. I am absolutely not saying this is the only way – many drones go for a more androgynous look for example – but I like to feel the bounce and overemphasise the hourglass figure in a hyper-femme look. I am non binary and a large part of that for me is being able to “take off” one gender and put on another.

Many female-cut catsuits have a tendency to flatten the chest; although they have extra space cut for boobs the constriction of the latex will still de-emphasise that area. If this is what you are after, then you have a lot of choice in fit, designs, and makers.

However, the “big boob” suit is designed to augment and emphasise the chest, usually with silicone breast forms, although inflatable boobs are also available.

Silicone suits, chest plates and breast forms

If you are wanting to give yourself a more femme figure, especially the chest, then you have a few options before you choose your latex second skin.

Some folks choose a full silicone body suit. There are many different makers available. I have found the suits to be extremely difficult to get into, expensive, and tear easily. If you are wearing a full latex catsuit on top then you probably don’t need to go this route, but if you want to wear more revealing outfits then it’s maybe more useful.

A silicone chest plate is kinda like a binder or sports bra, but with the boobs attached. The boobs can either be filled with cotton (lighter) or silicone (heavier but with a realistic bounce), and come in lots of different sizes of course. Again, there are lots of makers, but I have one from Dokier (eBay or Ali) and I’m actually quite impressed with it and how easily it is to get into. An advantage is that the chest plate will hold the boobs into position and you can then go choose any female-cut of suit, or mini dress, or whatever you like.

Individual breast forms are more commonly used with the big boob suits. These are just silicone separates and are easily available. I have a curved asymmetric pair from Red Rose.

Latex catsuits

Let’s deal with the elephant in the room. Fantastic Rubber were/are the best fitting and best engineered big boob suits but I can no longer recommend them due to the company’s owner. Maybe in time this changes but for now, no matter how good they are, it’s a red line for me. I still wear mine but in a gender fuck-you kinda way. The reason the suits are so good is that they have a dedicated pocket for the boobs, and a halter that goes around the neck which keeps them in a natural position.

Your next best option is Simon O’s big boob suits (male and female cuts). These do come with E cups as the minimum size, and unfortunately are in off the peg sizing only, no made-to-measure (as far as I know). So for me, they don’t quite fit right.

If you prefer Libidex then they provide male suits with breast form pockets, although you need to source your own separately and give them the sizing. The big disadvantage for me is that the pockets are simply open at the back so the breast forms can move around. If they’re combined with a corset and harness then this may not be a major issue for you though.

I’d love Kink Engineering to offer a big boob suit one day!


A quick list of extra bits you might consider to hyper-femme your outfit:

Hypno drone

A fun session with VR goggles showing sissy hypnosis, inescapable vibrator, and mind-enhancing gasses.


Sometimes a colour is just a colour…

Latex Dominatrix

A recent self-shoot with the stereotypical HW heavy corset and MSA.

Rubber Dolls

I know it’s perhaps not been everyone’s thing but I do enjoy occasionally letting out my rubber doll side. I’ve had huge inspiration and help particularly from Miss Velour in developing my persona; which incidentally has really helped me understand my enby-ness in “normal” life. Kink really can be life affirming.

As I now have my outfit complete I thought I would drop some of my favourite dolly pictures here.

Featured are:

Dual Port MSA Millennium

Are you a lucky drone with an MSA Millennium? Want to convert it to twin inlet ports for a better aesthetic? Load the following program:

Obtain the following MSA parts:

  1. MSA Part 10007388 (air deflector)
  2. MSA Part 10007994 (inlet valve body)
  3. MSA Part 10007421 (inlet valve disc)
    Note: my air deflector came with the valve disc fitted already so you may not need this.

The links above take you to a US retailer. If you are outside the US you will need to use a service like Stackry to mail forward but the costs aren’t particularly high.

You will also need a circlip plier (bent pliers) to undo the blanking plug, although you might be able to get away with two screwdrivers.

Parts required

First step is to remove the retaining ring and the blanking plug underneath the ring:

Use circlip pliers to undo the ring
Remove the blanking plug

You can now fit the new valve body by push-fitting from the outside:

Push fit the new valve body

The deflector assembly now locates on the centre hole of the valve body, from the inside (make sure the valve disc is on first). You can look at the existing one on the other side to get the right orientation.

Valve disc showing from the inside
Deflector assembly from the inside

Single sided latex chlorination

There are plenty of guides for this on the internet, although most focus on the two-sided process, and I was also given some great advice on Twitter but wanted to document things as an aide-memoire and I hope it helps you too.

Why chlorinate latex clothing?

I don’t own that many pieces of chlorinated latex, but they have their use! Chlorinating the latex reduces the “stickiness” but at the expense of reducing the lovely smell, making it feel thicker/more brittle and reducing the shine.

So, chlorinated latex is easier to put on, but doesn’t look as good – the solution, only chlorinate the inside surface!

Single side on the left, both sides on the right.

The process

CAUTION: chlorine is produced in the process which is seriously harmful to your eyes and lungs and you must wear suitable protection in a well ventilated space.

You will need:

  1. 2 plastic buckets, 10L in volume
  2. 10% hydrochloric acid
  3. 14% sodium hypochlorite solution
  4. Sodium carbonate powder/granules
  5. Eye protection (goggles)
  6. Respirator suitable for acid gases, eg 3M 60926
  7. Rubber or nitrile gloves
  8. Apron or disposable clothing
  9. Rubber boots


The following is for a full catsuit, halve the quantities if you are just doing a single T shirt.

  1. Prepare the latex garment
    1. Wash and dry the latex thoroughly, any talc or oil residue will interfere with the process.
    2. If you are single-sided chlorinating absolutely cover the outside surface with silicone oil/lube. Make sure it is a thick layer and fully covers all of the outside.
    3. Turn it inside out and clean the inside again, removing any trace of the silicone (just leave the silicone on the outside, which is now inside). You might find Bostik No. 4 latex cleaner helpful here.
    4. You can try taping up the openings, but these will come undone anyway, so I wouldn’t bother.
  2. Wear your protection.
  3. Add 10L of water to each bucket – one will be for the reaction, the other for washing.
  4. Add 150ml of sodium hypochlorite to the first bucket and mix well.
  5. Add the garment and wet fully.
  6. Add 150ml of hydrochloric acid. This will produce chlorine gas!
  7. Turn the garment around in the chlorine water (and turn inside and out if doing both sides) for 1-2 mins for a T shirt, 3 – 4 mins for a full suit.
  8. Place the latex into the second bucket and turn over and inside out to wash off the solution.
  9. Add sodium carbonate to the first bucket to neutralise the acid, until it stops fizzing. You can now dispose of it down a drain.
  10. Wash the latex in detergent several times as soon as you can to reduce the chlorine smell, and leave to dry,

If you are single-side chlorinating, hopefully the silicone oil will have formed a barrier and prevented the reaction from occurring and you are left with a slippy inner surface but lovely and shiny outer one. Win win!

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