Very limited edition #vintage 1950s chantilly #lace sets now available in the online shop - be quick though, only 1 or 2 pieces left per garment!
THIS IS ON MY BIRTHDAY GUYS!
I have no excuse not to go :D
Anyone else going, or thinking about going?
Lot of lingerie, latex, corsetry, headresses, so much amazing stufffffff ♥
Read more about it here :)
if I was in the UK, maybe ;)
#lascivious x #williamwilde colab #latex Kitty open bra, briefs & suspenders from #babylikestopony (at Babylikestopony)
I’d like it more without the handcuffs, but I really need more latex stuff.
Like seriously, why isn’t pole dancing an olympic sport? This is freakin gymnastics. This is strength and skill. This is not sexual whatsoever. Why does pole dancing have to be so stigmatised as a sexual thing that only strippers do? I have great respect for all people who can pull this off. This is art and beauty right here.
yes, pole dancing is awesome.
no, shaming sex workers for using pole dance in a sexual way is NOT the way to go.
wanna do pole as a sport to get fit and cause it’s fun? awesome!
wanna do pole to be empowered and gain control of your body? cool!
wanna do it in a club to earn money! good for you!
(Source: a-dork-inspirit, via gtfothinspo)
thebloggerformerlyknownasellie said: This girl I know posted this Facebook status today: "If i go to a strip club, i will be handing out buisness cards with my number on it. If those girls need someone to talk to, i'm there. I WILL BE THAT KIND OF PERSON. Yes." She wants to be a psychologist, and it made me a little uncomfortable for her to presume that women who work as strippers inherently need psychological support or help. Do you have any thoughts?
How about she stops playing pretend doctor for people who didn’t ask for her help and, instead, hands out money to the people who are at work trying to do their jobs?