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    The plates I use already have holes. The epoxy came off with the metal plate... There was never enough heat in that area to affect the epoxy (unless you think that epoxy will soften at body temperatures...)

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    Last Friday night, I had to interrupt a camming session a bit suddenly due to a small technical issue. Afterwards, as I was explaining to others what had happened, it was suggested to me that the story might interest some of you. So here goes. A little over a year ago, I started working on a way to bring in some fresh air in to where my face is inside the mask. You see, I have kind of a wide, fleshy neck, and the chin part of Koshi's face sits flush with where my chin and neck meet, more or less…

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    Hello!

    Shussan Koshi - - Introductions

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    Oh, I forgot to add that the clothes you pick can make a huge difference. Like, for some reason, I'm at my sexiest while wearing one-piece swimsuits. Wear things that accentuate the parts of you that look good, and that hide the parts that are less successful. Oh, and if you wear hip pads, pull them up! I see a lot of kigs who wear their hip pads too low, which makes their torso look too long. If you're already worried about being too tall, anything you can do to make yourself look less tall wil…

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    Hello!

    Shussan Koshi - - Introductions

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    You just saw me in Nanako's pic, so I thought I'd chime in as well. Kigs can be all shapes and size (as you've been seeing from others' posts in this thread and elsewhere. As some of the others have said, it's all about proportion. I know I can't look like a tiny 14-year-old anime girl. But I can still give myself a body shape that looks feminine enough, by adding some curves in the right places, and through posing. For pictures and videos, height actually doesn't matter as much as you might thi…

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    How to wash your RTPS hadatai

    Shussan Koshi - - Tutorials

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    One thing that isn't mentioned in the original post is how to deal with that scourge of all kig performers: black hand syndrome! After you wear your your hadatai for any significant length of time, unless you're extra careful to touch nothing with your hands (or unless you wear gloves) your hands will blacken. This comes from accumulating dust and dirt, from touching some metal objects (notably, door knobs and door handles) and just from anything you might touch, really. The best trick I know to…