Ok, going a bit off our normal current tech sex-focused topics here, but this is relevant and also really, really neat. Possibly because I'm a fetish history nerd.

This is a video by Whiteout Rubber on the history of latex fetishism. It goes surprisingly deep, through the production and history of latex, clothing, all the way up through formations of aesthetic and community. The documentary also turns into a bit of a microcosm of the "porn and tech are symbiotic" argument (which I've toned down from "porn drives tech" 'cause I'm a little iffy on the totality of that statement), covering how content distribution moved from print to video to the internet (from USENET and BBSes on), and how that formed and changed the community.

If you like this, check out more of Whiteout Rubber's videos at their Youtube Channel, or follow @whiteoutrubber on twitter.