Femdom, or female dominance, refers to BDSM activities where the dominant partner is a female. A female dominant is sometimes called a domme or domina. A professional female dominant is often referred to as a dominatrix. The photos presented in this special download here are solely F/m, which means a female dominant and submissive male.... Continue Reading →
Many photos on these postcards were taken by photographers I spent a lot of time collecting photos for. Photographers like Ostra Studio, Jean Agelou, Yva Richard. Be sure to view the auction to see all postcards that are presented in this collection.
"Punishment" from Vanity Fair's Bifurcated Girls Special Issue, June 6, 1903. This issue showed women dressed in trousers, at the time considered rather risque.
Sometimes I love to see if I can create something new inspired by the amazing photos of the old masters. It is not an easy task since the quality of those vintage photos is not quite good, but so far I managed to create a small but nice collection. You can find them all at... Continue Reading →
Somehow some collections here got mixed up, or suddenly disappeared so I had to renew the page for Albert Arthur Allen (1886 – 1962), I also had some haremgirls stored that were photographed by Albert and decided to share these in a seperate post so I can add them to the Fetish Gallery. Mixed Single... Continue Reading →
These were a very nice finding, some retro (I think) bondage and breathplay from unknown photographer. You can download the photos via my Patreon
Sometimes I stumble upon the rarest things, yes most times this is when I am browsing at night 😉 Just now I was trying to put together a nice blog with vintage FemDom photos when I found this photoset that was taken in 1963, for me that is a bit too young to post as... Continue Reading →
Erwin Blumenfeld was an American photographer of German origin. He was born in Berlin, and in 1941 emigrated to the United States, where he soon became a successful and well-paid fashion photographer, working as a free-lancer for Harper's Bazaar, Life and American Vogue. His personal photographic work showed the influence of Dadaism and Surrealism; his... Continue Reading →