Q&A: Latex Model Susan Wayland
1. Tell us a little bit about what your appeal to latex is?
Latex is much more than a material for me. As a teenager I explored different scenes and styles to find my way but was never satisfied with the usual way of life. I was always looking for something different and as I love fashion and styling I found my passion in wearing latex fashion. (It started at a photo shooting with latex corset. It’s like love at first sight when I put on a latex corset for the very first time. The gloss was impressive and the feeling of latex on my skin was fantastic. It felt so natural like second skin to me.)
I enjoyed every minute of the photo shooting wearing this corset and finally my first step was to buy me some beautiful latex fashion. Since then I have been modeling for many designers in many different style of fashions but my passion for latex never stopped.
2. How does a guy get the attention of a model like you?
The most important thing: Be who you are! While traveling around and visiting many parties I noticed that guys often tend to be someone different than they are just trying to get my attention. Personally, I don’t like this as the conversation is very shallow and gets boring. Talking hours about how good the weather is not that interesting.
First of all, don’t try to get my attention. There are so many who did just that just be yourself. I like neat guys who are charming and respectful. A sweet compliment might be a cute start for a conversation.
3. What is your biggest turn on in a day?
Honestly, the biggest turn on for me is doing an extraordinary photo shooting in a special location with sexy latex fashion and if it was successful to chill out with cool friends at the beach with a good drink in the sunset and having fun.
4. What is the biggest misconception about you?
The biggest misconception about me is based on my passion for latex. I’m loving the material itself without thinking about where latex is also worn or not but in reality latex is widely known in the BDSM fetish scene or at least from porno movies. So, people assume that I’m into BDSM or porn.
I would lie if I say erotic doesn’t matter for me (no, I’m not just the good girl) but latex for myself is fashion. So it’s a no go if guys asking me about my bondage passions or which type of porn movies I do.
Because of this misconception it drove me to show everyone on my club that latex and latex fashion bear not generally relation to BDSM or porno.
5. What’s next? What big goals would you still like to achieve?
There are just too many goals right now but the most important goal is to bring latex to the people as fashion. Since our photography was published in the daily newspaper and also the book “Susan Wayland” was presented at the international book fair in Germany we already got very respectful words about my modeling work and how we present the latex fashion. It would be awesome to know that with time latex becomes a more known material in the fashion industry.
You can learn more about Susan by visiting: SusanWayland.com
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About Bobby Rio I'm Bobby Rio, one of the founders of TSB. I tend to write about what is on my mind so you'll find a mix of self development, social dynamics and dating articles/experiences. For a collection of some of my favorite articles check them out.