Rainwear Denial

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JellyMan
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Rainwear Denial

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Over the years I have always found it difficult to come to terms with my desires. I have a strong sense that it is wrong to want to be dressed in a plastic Mac, so when I get to the point of release I always feel guilty, sort of dirty and wrong, and cannot wait to undress and return to normality. I have fantasised about remaining naked wearing plastic trousers or jacket after I come, but have never managed it for more than a minute as the sense of guilt kicks in. On a few occasions I have taken to disposing of whatever naughty item I was wearing, but have realised that the relief of such an act is short lived before the regret kicks in and I want the item back, so no longer dump cherished rainwear.

I am always jealous of people who can openly wear shiny rainwear in public, and those for whom they have managed to make it normal and matter of fact. I have tried to deny myself my pleasures on many occasions, taking the path of non-action where I would dearly like to be bold enough to just do something, like see a raincoat in a charity shop and buy it, without thinking i was being judged as weird. Does anyone else feel like this, or am I on my own feeling this way?

JM
TStorm56
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There could be two possible explanations. The first being a “I’ve been found out!” feeling where the possibility of being outed as a rainwear wanker is extremely embarrassing. The second is what I refer to as “sex fog”; something is arousing in the moment but after climax becomes… less so… and once your senses return you want to disassociate yourself with what just went on.

Despite living with my family and having a sizeable collection of rainwear, I firmly fall into the fear of “I’ve been found out” category. Once I get geared up I become a bit paranoid of a family member returning home or opening my room door and seeing me all geared up and the feeling of ecstasy it gives me.
Rainworshipper
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Interesting comment. Up until very recent years I would have felt pretty much the same. In my case I have always worn cagoules and overtrousers out when it was raining, but it is only in the last 3 years that I have felt confident enough to wear a long PVC mac out in public. If it is raining I don't think that anyone takes a lot of notice anyway. The feelings of guilt and feeling dirty have lessened over time, I think that I began to realise that I have no desire to do anything that would offend or frighten other people, I have no wish whatever to expose myself for instance, but sadly the sense of being physically turned on by wearing it is getting less. There is now a distinct thrill however of being liberated from previous fears about wearing what I want in public. If I were you Jellyman I would try getting out on the next rainy day when you have the time for a walk. I think you will find that most people will not give you a second glance. What altered my outlook about 3 years ago there was party of Dutch or German tourists in the nearby town, one of them was a bloke of about 20 years old wearing a long PVC mac, nobody was laughing or staring at him and it just set me thinking I may as well go and do the same.
black_shiny
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I've never stopped but after wearing and kind of rainwear and like things to pleasure myself I can relate. I've done the same, laying there and feeling guilty. But as the years have gone by and ive discovered people like you that has changed a little. I'm still shy to wear at least my stutterheim in public even though all I use that for is a legitimate raincoat but, i have to remember its practical and while I see people look I've never gotten anything negative.
jane mackintosh
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In answering JellyMan's query about feeling "guilty, dirty & wrong" about his fetish for shiny plastic rainwear, in my 75+ years of being "in love" with ladies' rubber mackintoshes & other related fetishes, I have met & been in contact with many fetishists who harbour similar feelings & doubts, including dumping their beloved garments in anguish & penance after having sex in or with such items. Certainly as a teenager & in my 20s & 30s I had massive episodes of shame & guilt & would quit my whole delicious wardrobe of rubber gear & then have to gradually replace it.Now, I still only share my fetish with like-minded fellow fetishists & with one ex-partner. However, I have sublimated my shame & guilt by using it as a potent lever for sexual arousal, by seeking to look & feel silly, sissy, unmanly & ridiculous as possible. After all poncing round in a ladies mackintosh or in a rubber schoolgirls uniform when you are 80+ years of age is to invite ridicule, derision & contempt to a totally humiliating degree. When wanking in rubber I frequently think of what friends & family would think & say if they could see me, which still from time to time causes my shame to boil over in a guilty gush of spunk into the welcoming folds of a rubber mac or rubber panties. So JellyMan, embrace your fetish & perhaps go to a good professional & unburden your guilt to her & seek absolution through derision or punishment.
MrDoudy
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I can relate to the feelings expressed by Jellyman in his original post regarding plastic macs. However being a teenager in the 1950s I had worn plastic macs from the age of 11 like almost every boy and many girls of that time. I remember enjoying wearing mine, and liking the feeling of the plastic, especially rubbing against my bare legs when I was still in short trousers up to age 13, but without any sexual feelings about wearing a plastic mac. A very late developer sexually, it was not till my early 20s that on a sudden impulse I first stripped off, put on my plastic mac over my naked body and had my first explosive orgasm in one. I too was overcome by post-orgasm guilt at what I'd done, but this didn't stop me doing it compulsively from then on, at one time seeking psychiatric treatment for my compulsive masturbation (though never confessing to the role of my plastic macs in this!). I've always missed the innocent enjoyment I got in my early days from just wearing a plastic mac in a downpour and the feel of the rain beating down on it.
maidjenny
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I know the feeling i am 72 and still feel i am being looked at if i go out in my mac, and it is 60 years of dressing. A few ex lady friends used to wear macs and bots which always excited me. In fact i have never been able to get excited if not in something plastic, and still like to dress at my age in my pvc maid uniform, but as soon as i mess i want to get changed, curtsy from jenny
JellyMan
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Interesting comments. Personally I have never wanted to be humiliated, nor humiliate anyone else. Having said that I do get a thrill when my wife sees me wearing plastic, so maybe it’s just that I have never had anyone else see me dressed that way. The idea of being caught when younger filled me with dread, and on a small number of occasions I was discovered. I prefer clear plastic than solid colour, so maybe that is a nod to humiliation.

JM
Rainworshipper
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For me it is also the case that I do not want to be humiliated or do that to other people. I think that a lot of the feelings of guilt etc., that we have date back to our childhood and teenage years when we have to be seen to fit in with what is deemed to be fashionable or *cool*. To have a secret fetish that you feel marks you down as radically different from others your own age will tend to produce feelings of guilt or shame. As I have got older I tend to care less about what people think as long as I am not doing anything that would frighten or offend others.
reversiblepete
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Post by reversiblepete »

Post nut clarity is a real thing jellyman, often associated with finishing to strange porn when you've gone down that rabbit hole.


Until recently I shared that shame/guilt feeling about wearing items out. I wear rainwear daily now rain or shine and its not a problem, reality is no one really cares although I still can't bring myself to wear shiny gear out but that's more cause the county I live in you can't go out without bumping in to someone you know.

The only shame/guilt I still feel is when we switch and I'm in a sub mood. It can be very hard to ask for strange sexual requests and the post nut clarity after that can be a hard one to deal with. Although that can be a additive to the fun when combined with chastity and cbt.
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