hotgloveuser123 wrote:so I just posted on CarrionCarcass post about women with glove fetishes and I noticed your Mrs uni's reply and mentioning how you started this subforum and I wanted to share my appreciation for your passion on the subject. I have been meaning to post on here for a bit because I think it is very practical and important that there is a place for us male glove lovers to inquire in a respectful way bout the women who share our passion for gloves. I think it is very useful and valuable to understand better the women's point of view as well as having a non threatening place for women to explore. just wanted to give you a big thumbs up mrs uni for being an advocate for the fetish! keep up your good work.
Thank you for your kind words! And thank you for posting here too; while this subforum might be called Girl's Talk its not to the exclusion of men, its as you say, a safe place for women to come and share our fetish. Seeing the negative experiences Carrie had had at the hands of fellow woman fetishists elsewhere I think it is particularly important to have somewhere welcoming and friendly to come if you're female. We're rare and female fetishists generally are (meant) to be very rare or at least not making it known that they have fetishes. I know I for one keep all my fetishes very closely guarded secrets because fetishes are misunderstood and often laughed at as people do when they encounter something they are pretty ignorant about. It's easier to mock than to listen and try to understand seemingly, no wonder people and women in particular don't advertise their kinks to the world.
And gloves naturally are something I'm very passionate about, seeing there are times when I wear them constantly or as close to constantly as I can for a number of reasons:
a) I'm just more comfortable gloved than ungloved and prefer feeling my way around the world through that slight detachment you get wearing gloves. As soon as I have the house to myself I usually don some rubber household or leather gloves and 95% of the time when I visit the forum I'm gloved (Marigold rubber gloves today, first red and now turquoise). I might check my messages ungloved very occasionally but I wouldn't dream of posting here unless I was wearing at least one leather or rubber glove.
b) Protection and keeping my hands soft and pretty and warm in the winter.
c) Allergies, dust in particular and every last type of cleaning product makes my hands itchy and swell up. Gloves are a great precaution as well as protection. I have to wear rubber gloves to do all housework jobs out of necessity, not that I mind that much...
d) Sensation is pleasant at best of the times to oh my goodness arousing at others wearing gloves, if you're me that is.
e) Gloves look amazing and every outfit would be massively enhanced with a pair of gloves.
Yesterday was a case in point for wearing gloves. I was out during the morning, I got home pulled on some long rubbers and an apron immediately, made myself some lunch and ate it before doing the washing up and a wee bit of kitchen cleaning for a couple of hours. Wet work done I changed into different long rubber gloves that were drier inside and went upstairs. Still in my apron and right rubber glove I made some phone calls, did some paperwork before pausing for coffee. No sooner than I'd drawn my left glove back on and started some tidying up when that glove was cast aside again when my husband came home and we had a long tea break. I looked into doing some online grocery shopping and checked my emails and so on for an hour or so then re-donned my left rubber glove finished the tidying up and began some dusting and polishing before moving onto some bed making. A shorter stop for coffee = off with the left glove for another half hour, before moving onto some tasks around the house for next hour during which time I could keep my left rubber glove on some of the time. Changed into tight yellow rubber gloves and prepared the evening meal; chopping vegetables and meat, before cooking them on the hob; its so much more comfortable stirring steaming hot pans in a rubber gloved hand! Eventually had to take off my apron and both my gloves when it was time to sit down to dinner. By then I'd been home about six hours: I'd never needed to take my right glove as much as once and must have worn both my rubber gloves at least half the time.Then on getting into bed last night I donned my longest black leather opera gloves which I wore all night, only taking them off at 10am after a long lie in! So far today I've only had to endure being totally gloveless for about 3 hours (4 hours max for my left hand).
So yeah, I'm more comfortable wearing gloves you could say, though changing gloves or taking breaks from wearing a household rubber glove is necessary when they get really hot and wet inside or to do the few things you need non gloved dexterity to accomplish, which is why I wear my left glove such a lot less. Being left handed means it gets a lot hotter and quicker inside that glove; like most people my non dominant hand does so much less and doesn't need to be as dextrous, so there's never a need to take off my right glove and I can benefit from the sensation that one my hands feels cared constantly for and protected and if a messy task arrived I can be ready in both gloves in a matter of seconds.
In the kitchen though its gloves 100% time though.