I'll try and dig some more out in the coming days and add them here so you can take a good look at me...I may even get round to doing some new ones...
Emma never realised that a good, hard spanking by a dirty old man when she was dressed in all her silk finery would be one of the best experiences of her life. And Uncle Frank was one of the dirtiest old men she'd come across in her short time as a girl. Aunt Maud was right: being a t-girl sissy certainly had its compensations!
Corsets have been an important part of women's dressing in one way or another ever since they discovered fashion. Corsets used to be as commonplace as the bra is today, although over time they have evolved into something much more exotic and sexy.
Corsets today are worn both publicly, as the perfect top in a stunning outfit, and privately, as lingerie that ranges from naughty to nice.
Corsets have existed in one form or another for several thousand years, from Ancient Greece to Europe during the Middle Ages. However, it wasn't until the 16th century that the corset as we think of it today became a fundamental part of women's apparel.
Corsets were used primarily as undergarments, to mould women's figures into whatever shape was popular at that time.
For instance, corsets in the Elizabethan era were fairly straight with a tapering waist, while Victorian corsets cinched women's waists to create an hourglass figure. Likewise, corsets in the 1920s flattened the busts and hips to create a straight, boyish figure.
For the discerning T-girl a nice corset gives you that perfect, girlish figure guys are just going to love...