Rubber Cult Closure
After our 6th birthday event Rubber Cult we have made a difficult decision to close. There will be no more Rubber Cult events. We thank you all for your wonderful support and attendance.
‘It has been a huge honour to have created and run Rubber Cult with Kim; to have created a unique space for rubber culture and community. From its inception Rubber Cult has been about making an inclusive space for rubber fetishists which had a simple and clear focus, but the incredible warm community which came with it has blown myself and Kim away. Thank you all for an awesome 5 years of amazing art, fashion, fetish and- family. The time has come for me to focus on my arts practice and I hope the years we’ve all had at Rubber Cult have left you inspired, united and with as many fond memories as I have personally.
A huge thank you to all of our artists, performers, fashion designers, venue hosts, helpers, mistresses and maids over the years, to the European Fetish Awards for our award for best Start up in 2013 recognising our unique concept and to all the wonderful Cultists who have attended and supported over the years and of course Kim herself for all her hard work and dedication as a team.
It’s been an privilege to have shaped something ground breaking- may we close Rubber Cult and move forward knowing we were all part of that piece of fetish history- thank you all deeply.
“When Synth told me she was off to pursue her own artistic endeavours, and no longer would be a part of Rubber Cult, I was shocked and gutted. I felt we were a great combination and really made Rubber Cult ground breaking in every sense. Straight away I thought I didn’t want to do it without her. Then I thought about ALL the people that are going to be disappointed. I tried my best to think of lots of different solutions but I just kept coming back to the same thing…it wouldn’t be the same without Synth. I recently posted a thread highlighting all the rubber events that have popped up (better word) since we started. Promoting their next events. I probably did it the wrong way around. This should have come first.
R.I.P. Rubber Cult. I’m going to miss you. I feel like I should say sorry, because I know it will be missed by everyone.
Lots of love to you all you rubberists.
Miss KIM x x x”