Stylish Femdom

Origin unknown but very stylish. I like the photograph. Wonder who took it?

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This is How You Do It!

Looks like a lesson for the boys! This is how you do it! Retro erotica from Rodox! See more pictures of this series here!

Motivation

A little motivation certainly helps performance! Source: Femdom Empire

Under Her Heel

I have been assured this is from Divine Bitches

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Three collections of female domination stories about very wicked wives!
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Punished Feminised Male

Gene Bilbrew was African-American cartoonist and fetish artist and was among the most prolific illustrators of fetish oriented pulp fiction book covers.
In addition to signing his work with his own name, he produced art under a range of pseudonyms, including ENEG (“Gene” spelled backwards), Van Rod, and Bondy.

Vintage Leg Fetish

Elmer Batters
As a foot-fetish pioneer starting in the 1950s, Batters helped make this formerly closeted field of sexual interest more acceptable. Near the end of his life, Batters was rediscovered by German publisher Benedikt Taschen who produced three books of his work.
Batters’ military career is mentioned briefly in the out-of-print nonfiction book The Lonely Sky by test pilot William Bridgeman. This book tells the story of the U.S. Navy’s experimental Skyrocket supersonic plane program of the 1950s.

At Sea

White Lingerie

Jamie Jenkins in white lingerie. See all the pictures here!

Too Sad

Irving Klaw, self-named the “Pin-up King,” was an influential American merchant of sexploitation, fetish, and Hollywood glamour pin-up photographs and films.
Early Klaw fetish models included Bettie Page.
Inspired by John Willie, Klaw also commissioned and distributed illustrated adventure/bondage chapter serials by fetish artists Eric Stanton, Gene Bilbrew and others,