Hi, I’m Hannah. I’m 27, I live in north-east England, I’m pretty average looking I guess. Yeah, nothing special about me at all. Except this: I absolutely love to get wet with my clothes on.
You heard me. I will happily fill the bathtub with lovely warm water and climb in, still wearing all my clothes. Whatever I’m wearing when the mood takes me – T-shirt and jeans, my office clothes, pyjamas, a nice dress, whatever – I like nothing better than to deliberately soak it all. I get such a rush of excitement knowing I’m doing something that’s seen as “wrong”, even though it’s completely harmless – the worst that could happen is that the colour runs or something might shrink, but over the years I’ve soaked pretty much everything in my wardrobe and that hardly ever happens.
I get a thrill from breaking this little social taboo, and of course I love the way the clothes float around me in the water and cling to the parts of my body that are above the surface, And yes, it turns me on. The way light coloured fabric goes see-through, the way everything wraps itself to me, like I’m showing off my body while still fully clothed, like I’m somehow exposed without taking my clothes off.
Not that anyone really knows about this, of course, apart from a few extremely close and trustworthy friends. In fact for many years I thought I was the only person in the world who like to deliberately soak their clothes, until I discovered the thriving online “wetlook” community. Which is great, even if the vast majority of people who hang around the wet clothing forums are male. It’s very rare to encounter another woman who soaks her clothes for fun. Maybe there really aren’t very many of us, or maybe they’re a bit intimidated by the number of braying menfolk who descend on them whenever one does raise her head above the parapet. So that’s why I started this blog, to talk about my experiences in the hope that other women like me don’t feel alone.
With that in mind, let me just make it clear that there will be no pictures on this site.1 It’s not that I don’t trust you with them, but I really value my privacy – as I said, only a handful of very close friends know my little secret and I’d like to keep it that way. The last thing I need is a photo of me fully clothed in the bath suddenly appearing on the office noticeboard. Anyway, I hope my words will be enough to stimulate your imaginations and I don’t want to disappoint you with a photo that proves I don’t look anything like your fantasy Hannah does!2
If you’d like to talk to me, feel free to comment on any of my posts or drop me an email – I try to reply to everyone, but please don’t be offended if it takes a while.
Hope you enjoy my blog!