“[The gimp suit] is really uncomfortable in the — I don’t know how else to say it — crotch area. It’s tight; it’s tight everywhere. It’s all latex, so it’s very thin, almost like you’re walking around naked, and it’s chilly. You gotta lube up for it and slip it on. … [After filming] I just basically peel the suit off and hang it up and put on my normal clothes and go home and take a shower. I don’t know if you’ve ever put on lube before, but it’s not like there’s a layer of Vaseline on you; it’s just almost like your skin is super smooth and slick; it feels kind of gross, but at the same time, you feel really well moisturized. You’re not like, “Ew, get it off of me.” You’re more like, “This is kind of gross. I want to get this off as soon as possible. But maybe I can stop and get a sandwich first.”
— Evan Peters plays the lovesick serial killer rapist ghost Tate Langdon on “American Horror Story,” where he clocks in a lot of time in a latex gimp suit. Good to know it’s as uncomfortable as it looks. But at least he knows his way around a bottle of lubricant, ladies! [NYMag.com]
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