My take on The Rubberman Guide would take seriously at some stage what you say. My short answer is that to a degree all religious/spiritual thinking is fantastical. It may/may not encounter truth. The sure answer will be gotten when we die. In the meantime a good answer is The Golden Rule and does becoming a Rubberman help that? For sure I think it can but equally there are rubbermen who are nothing but bullies. My golden rule is slightly rewritten: "in this life do not bully, do not lie". Now I would be lying if I did not admit I have become a rubberman. Rubber has a far greater impact on my life than I could ever have imagined when I donned my first pair of sheath briefs. Strangely enough the old latexa advert has proved to be exactly right "promises unimaginable pleasure". Through rubber I have known an unimaginable pleasure in this earthly life. That may be all there is to it and I will accept that. Maybe there is more? I can honestly say I do not know. But I know this, for me rubberism has never meant becoming a bully. Quite the reverse. It has enhanced submissive tendencies that may have been there anyway. I find it much more easy to surrender when in rubber.