The new magazine is available. Subjects like bondage, spanking, cross-dressing are featured, artists presented in this magazine are: Bartey, Evelyn de Morgan, E. Klem, Paul Emile Becat, Helmuth Stockmann and Delos Palmer and anonymous artists.Photos from Jean Agelou, Biederer Studio and anonymous photographers.Be sure to check out the preview to
A very curious late eighteenth-century booklet, devoted to domination and slave-mounts, satire of the French in exile in Germany during the French Revolution. Some had the reputation of enchanting the rather naive German girls with false promises. In this tale, the Frenchman seduces the young maid in order to steal
This album with 9 color bdsm artworks was added to the gallery Anonymous Bdsm Art. It is mentioned these artworks could have been done by Jim, the mysterious artist who illustrated many books and periodicals sold by mail order through Irving Klaw’s Nutrix company in the 1950’s. Members can view
Recently I found these rare watercolors, with a FemDom/Crossdressing theme. The artist is unknown. The album was added to the Anonymous FemDom Art gallery. Members can also view the art below. Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged in to view this content. Already a member? Please login here.
Justine was an early work by the Marquis de Sade, written in two weeks in 1787 while imprisoned in the Bastille. It is a novella (187 pages) with relatively little of the obscenity that characterized his later writing, as it was written in the classical style (which was fashionable at the time), with much verbose and
A complete reprint of all issues of “Exotique” in a three-volume set, this collection of erotic photographs and sketches also includes the original magazine covers and risque stories, which accompanied the photographs. This is, quite simply, an absolutely essential item for anyone interested in sexualised fashion. “Exotique”, as one of
Marquis Franz von Bayros was born in Zagreb in 1866, as the son of a Spanish nobleman. One of his erotic portfolios, ‘Erzahlungen vom Toilettentisch’ (‘Tales from the Dressing Table’), caused a courtcase and made Von Bayros famous. In 1911, the Munich police persecuted him because of his illustrations and
The new magazine is out, filled with vintage bdsm art. Featured in this magazine are artists: George Leonnec, Hageby, Paul Klamm, Albert von Keller and Elihu Vedder. There is a little bdsm related art from La Vie Parisienne, photographer Franz Lehnert is featured, retro breathplay photos from an unknown photographer