International Association of Rubberists

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* Foster a sense of legitimacy and identity as a group or subculture.  
 
* Foster a sense of legitimacy and identity as a group or subculture.  
 
* To let the rest of the world see that, while we may appear to be very weird or bizarre to some, we are actually decent, responsible, law-abiding people who are generally sucessful in life, care about others and pose no threat to anyone.  
 
* To let the rest of the world see that, while we may appear to be very weird or bizarre to some, we are actually decent, responsible, law-abiding people who are generally sucessful in life, care about others and pose no threat to anyone.  
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== See also ==
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* [[Latex fetish]]
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* [[Rubber fetishism]]
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://www.rubberist.net/ Rubberist web site]
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* [http://www.r<!---->ubberist.net/ Rubberist web site]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:42, 24 November 2015

The International Association of Rubberists (IAR) is a group intended to support rubber fetishists. Its stated aims are:

  • Help Rubberists overcome loneliness and isolation by nurturing comradeship between like-minded people on an international scale. If you have a fetish for rubber, latex or PVC, you are NOT alone! We understand you!
  • Provide a 100% free and non-commercial, educationally oriented platform for sharing Rubberist-related discussion, information, resources and peer mentoring to help uplift the self-esteem of our members and allow them to lead happier, more fulfilled lives
  • Foster a sense of legitimacy and identity as a group or subculture.
  • To let the rest of the world see that, while we may appear to be very weird or bizarre to some, we are actually decent, responsible, law-abiding people who are generally sucessful in life, care about others and pose no threat to anyone.

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