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Black Corset

Nobody knows how, why and where the Corset began, but we do know that it was one George Basque of Old Town, Atlanta, who ontrived the first one in 1813 to satisfy the demands of aristocratc French refugees. Bad sadly his story is lost in the hurricans of time.

"How did both Annalai, Lady Annalai, and the black corset survive since 10 December 2003, the day that Annalai put it on? First about Annalai: She has worn her black leather corset for 450 days now; summer and winter, day and night. Taking into account showering-time, she has worn the corset for just over 10,000 hours! She wears the shoulder straps all the time, because they cannot be removed."

"She has. It's evident. In ''The Notorious Bettie Page," which opens Friday, Mol plays the buxom 1950s-era pinup queen whose provocative poses and pondage films have become recognized as landmarks in the introduction of fetishism and its attendant attire into popular culture."

"Bettie Page is a person we know only from photographs: After becoming the most famous and beloved pinup model of the 1950s, she left the profession suddenly and disappeared almost entirely, leading a quiet, though often very troubled, life as a devout Christian."

"Janet, my physiotherapist who fitted me for my wheelchair told me she had fitted a Goth girl. Goth! Yes, I have always been goth, but never really needed to look the part. I’ve told Linda to sell my body to the university for $600 when I die, so I am pretty sure my Goth creds are in tact."

The woman in the photo is wearing a corset. Honest!

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  • 84
  • Atlanta Metro
  • May 3, 2006
  • English

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