What makes men get "excited" about pvc and plastic?

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PolyVinylC
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What makes men get "excited" about pvc and plastic?

Post by PolyVinylC » January 2nd, 2011, 4:41 pm

Like many men, I get very "excited" at the sight and touch of pvc, plastic and sometimes, nylon. I often get that warm,wet feeling in between my legs! This only occurs with this kind of fabric,and have no feelings for leather,wool etc. Why does pvc and plastic have this effect on us and not other things? Could it be the smooth,sensual feel? Thoughts anyone?

trapezzoide
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Re: What makes men get "excited" about pvc and plastic?

Post by trapezzoide » January 2nd, 2011, 5:20 pm

I think the reflections of light in these materials is very exciting. I do not need to touch the plastic, the excitement becomes uncontrollable in a moment ..... I am bursting.
If we touch this material is better ...... I say no more!
The same effect gives me the wet skin of baby oil ..... very, very exciting.
If we put together the clear plastic and baby oil, the result is truly explosive ... a real bomb, I bursting into like fireworks.


Burn, burn, burn.

merv
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Re: What makes men get "excited" about pvc and plastic?

Post by merv » January 2nd, 2011, 6:58 pm

the feel of the plastic/pvc against the skin is just a very erotic feeling. The thing is I can wear a plastic raincoat over clothing out in the rain and it is just a piece of clothing to keep me dry. Wearing the same coat against my skin especially getting wet inside and out and the effect on my body is very different. Being gay it is more the sight of guys in rainwear that does it for me rather than seeing women wearing it.

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Re: What makes men get "excited" about pvc and plastic?

Post by Hugo » January 2nd, 2011, 9:58 pm

I am sure that one reason for men to get excited about pvc is the fact, that most pictures of pvc garments show beautiful models in specific poses. And pvc has nice ways of enhancing and concealing the body shape, both, in opaque and transparent. But there must be more to it for fetishists, but I can't really tell, except that the feel, shininess, texture, smell, the way, it wrinkles and the behaviour on the skin have arousing effects as well. I sometimes wonder if the electrical properties have a special effect as well.

I actually wonder: I like the view of ruffled pvc and some other smooth fabrics, especially, but not only, the material around drawstrings and elastics. How about others?

neil
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Re: What makes men get "excited" about pvc and plastic?

Post by neil » January 3rd, 2011, 5:29 pm

Yes all of those things-the touch sensations,the shine/shadow effect,especially in sunlight,the sound the materials make,the smell of warm plastic.
Maybe I see it as a sort of protective wrapping-keeping things in,keeping things out.
I'm not strongly hetrosexual and not homosexual-aesexual may desribe me best.
I enjoy seeing both men and women dressed.I just imagine how they feel;based on how I would feel.

CJsainta
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Re: What makes men get "excited" about pvc and plastic?

Post by CJsainta » January 3rd, 2011, 7:06 pm

For me, there are a few distinct factors. First, I am most excited when I see a woman in PVC - sorry, but a man wearing PVC just does not register with me. Second, it's that reflective shine that keeps changing depending on the lighting conditions - so a woman walking along in a black PVC mac is a series of different shiny reflections that keeps me staring. Third, it's the feel of something so smooth which is both cool and warm to the touch, so helping my wife on with her PVc mac becomes a touching sensation.
I think these aspects have stayed with me throughout my many years of fascination with women in shiny black outfits.

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Re: What makes men get "excited" about pvc and plastic?

Post by kulshan » January 4th, 2011, 3:40 am

I agree with Neil. It's more the object than who it's on, although if "somebody else" has a garment that I'd like I need to find out what it is and get one for myself too. For me there is a special attraction to translucent plastic for some reason. I'm also partial to "frosty clear" color if it's smooth material. As a youngster I was dressed in a grey plastic raincoat that was a "stiff plastic" that crackled and rustled when it was put on. That has become the defining criteria for me.

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"excited" about pvc and plastic? early days

Post by Stephie » January 6th, 2011, 11:10 am

For me it was very much at an early age the colour and touch of soft sem-trans Pakamac rainwear. Taking the "urge" around puberty to wear a "plastic mac" over my young naked body was the point of no return. From the first time, which I don't clearly remember, to the repeated urges to place the pale blue Pakamac over my body, fastening the soft squashy buttons and wearing the matching rain scarf were all part of my "guilty unexplained desires" for plastic rainwear. Those were heady days discovering how an object could provide excitement, literally, by ejaculating into the mac. After a while guilt took over and the messy garments were thrown out but then replaced with others when I was able to "validate" my fetish through buying magazines.

The process for me is till quite private, although my wife is aware of my stash of rainwear and other items.

Seeing a lady in a shiny trenchcoat, sometimes PU, rarely PVC, more often a satiny or nylon finish always does it for me. Glossy high heels too and boots! Being a CD and very much a wannabe tranny, these are fashions I'd love to copy as a full TV, but hardly ever get the chance. Being with someone dressed in any form of plastic or rubber rainwear, is of course, a bonus. My quest continues!!

Steph

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Re: What makes men get "excited" about pvc and plastic?

Post by wornoutwellies » January 7th, 2011, 7:21 pm

Perhaps there should be another section: "What makes women get excited about pvc plastic & in my case rubber boots?".
Any takers???

PolyVinylC
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Re: What makes men get "excited" about pvc and plastic?

Post by PolyVinylC » January 23rd, 2011, 5:53 pm

Thanks for your thoughts. For me,the thrill is in the feel as well as the shine,of pvc and plastic. I love to see women wearing shiny raincoats,I think these macs look better on women.although I like to try plasticwear on myself occasionally.

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