Plastic Pants humiliation

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WealdenMac
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Plastic Pants humiliation

Post by WealdenMac » May 30th, 2019, 11:39 am

With the easy availability over the internet of so many different types of plastic pants these days, it's easy to forget what it was like to go in search of them years ago, particularly if you didn't have a private address to which parcels, reassuringly guaranteed to be "in plain brown packaging", could be delivered. So it was off to the nearest surgical stores to purchase a pair of the ubiquitous pull-on "Sandra" pants-softish inside but a bit crinkly on the outside-and humiliatingly to mumble "a friend" when the middle aged or older male shopkeeper inevitably asked you who they were for. What a relief to be able later to buy "Nurse Marsh"'s superior product from the comfort of one's own private address.

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Re: Plastic Pants humiliation

Post by ilikecoated » June 1st, 2019, 10:03 am

Years ago when I just bought them for myself I didn't feel embarrassed - it was the contrary actually - it caused some positive thrill.

Nowadays that I actually purchase most of these for someone else I just go and buy them without being thrilled anymore. If I want a pair for myself I just buy one more than ordered. I even tried some on once ! It took some courage to ask but the salesperson was very kind and helpful and I did by no means regret having done so. I guess they are fully aware that a big number of those are bought for pleasure anyway.
Most of the pants that we use are custom made from plastic coated fabric anyway. The fact, that they are quite pricey and that I can manage to "test drive" most of them before my relative wets them for the first time kept me from getting some of these for myself so far. But the next time I go to our tailor I will get a pull-on and a snap-on one for myself as well. I guess they will last quite Long.

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Re: Plastic Pants humiliation

Post by rainwearinme » June 5th, 2019, 10:52 am

Just love wearing either my plastic or rubber panties.....

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Re: Plastic Pants humiliation

Post by kinkycumbria » June 5th, 2019, 11:24 am

i have tv slave who i rub to orgasm in her rubber briefs
she has lots of pvc and latex outfits

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Re: Plastic Pants humiliation

Post by pvc_simon » June 7th, 2019, 6:20 pm

rainwearinme wrote:
June 5th, 2019, 10:52 am
Just love wearing either my plastic or rubber panties.....
I just love wearing plastic panties too, maybe one or two pairs, together with a plastic mac!

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Re: Plastic Pants humiliation

Post by rainwearinme » June 7th, 2019, 6:45 pm

That is what I like to wear when relaxing ,lovely feeling....

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Re: Plastic Pants humiliation

Post by ilikecoated » June 14th, 2019, 6:46 pm

And how do you all get them ? Is it embarassing for you as well to get them at a shop ? Well wouldn't it be fair to receive a little humiliation before being able to humiliate a pair of nice panties ?

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Re: Plastic Pants humiliation

Post by MrDoudy » June 14th, 2019, 7:27 pm

I have bought plastic pants online and, living in London, in person in the bigger chemist's shops too. There's a large one, Bell and Croyden, in Wigmore Street at the back of Oxford Street where I've bought plastic pants. This involves taking them to the counter in their packet that clearly displays the contents to the (usually) lady assistant, sometimes standing in a small queue of other customers who may see them too. I rather enjoy the slight feel of humiliation doing this.

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Re: Plastic Pants humiliation

Post by WealdenMac » June 16th, 2019, 4:05 pm

It doesn't always have to be humiliating, though. Although I don't cross dress, I once chanced into a well known shop in Euston which I knew also had a small line in AB/DL outfits. I was looking at an impressive rack of basic Robinson Inco-Pants (at a considerable mark-up) when one of the attractive,middle-aged female shop assistants came over and engaged me in conversation-eager to make a sale no doubt. Did I know that these pants were known in the shop as "crystal clears?" Did I know exactly what size I needed? That would depend on whether I was a user-in which case I would also need some terries-or just a wearer. She went on through her whole repertoire, one hand on my arm, sifting through the different sizes until we found the right one. Quite at ease, I lapped it up. She made her sale and I left feeling rather exhilarated.

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