Latex Christmas Stream 2023

Oh boy, another latex stream, and a Christmas-themed one! Maria and Leila wore very Christmassy outfits, as did Tuomas, if a latex catsuit and an occasional santa hat counts.

In our live stream you can see us creating some wonderful Christmas drinks, some lovely Christmas decorations and play some Cards Against Humanity. You know, a real-life card game, not a video game!

If you’ve got the time, I’d really recommend you to watch the stream. We had an absolute blast!

Before this stream, all of our streams included a video game of some sort as its main focus. Sure, we’re all wonderful latex-wearing people, but we were all focused on a video game of some sort.

This time we decided to put the focus on us, the people wearing latex. Sounds simple enough, right?

Yes it does. And it was much more fun than to have a video game as the main focus.

I don’t know why we haven’t done this before; perhaps the idea comes from ancient rules of Twitch, where you had to play a video game in order to stream there.

Looking at the current state of Twitch, then yeah, that’s a thing of the past. But somehow the idea still lives in my head.

Even though we’re streaming on YouTube due to its 4K capabilities.

Our future streams will absolutely follow this “new” we-latex-wearing-folk-as-main-programming angle.

With different activities happening!

Anyhow, here are plenty of photos of our latex stream.

I hope you enjoy.

I’m also here to remind that Project L is ran with your support on Patreon. Without Patreon and your lovely support, this project would not exist any more.

By supporting our project, you’ll get access to thousands of exclusive photos and plenty of exclusive videos. I’m really overusing the “exclusive” thing here, aren’t I?

But it is exclusive!

There’s also a Discord chat with other Patrons and the models. We’re really put effort to the Discord server!


Ex-cluuu. Sive.

All and all, join and support us on Patreon please. It’s worth it!

You can support by clicking this hopefully blue and bold link here.

That blue thing above this line.

Latex used in the project

Metallic Red Princess Catsuit by Libidex

Black Women’s Standard Catsuit by Fantastic Rubber

2 Responses

  1. Thomas Sommer says:

    it would be so nice if latex will be accepted as a “normal” Clothing

  2. It already is. It’s just a matter of combining it appropriately.
    That’s why I absolulety love the ‘normal clothes’ photo shootings like London and Failboat project where you only notice the catsuit at second glance.

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