Further Reading

As comprehensive as I try to make my blog, sometimes I refer to other books, articles, and publications. All the posts you see in this section link to other bodies of work where you can learn even more from other enthusiasts and respected authorities in the corset community.

Today I'm providing a walkthrough and review of Romantasy's newest book, titled Corset Waist Training: A Primer on Easy, Fun
This week is an update on corsets and rib removal (rib resection being the proper term for it), because this surgical
  Many moons ago, one of my Tumblr followers asked: "Did people season their corsets in the 19th century?" Short
The history of the “medical condition” of hysteria is a long, winding, somewhat convoluted one. In its earliest definitions, hysteria
At last, after 2 years I’m sharing with you some highlights of my trip to England, and what you can
Welcome to another Fast Foundation Friday! Today we will explore the question of whether you're able to ride a bicycle
Ah, media. Through the years we've seen over and over (and over and over) that our words can't be trusted to
In September 2015, The Canadian Student Journal of Anthropology (Nexus) included an anthropological study of women's skeletons from England and
Kitty is a writer based in Canada, who runs the site Girly-Girl's Ileostomy Blog - a no-nonsense explanation of life
On February 12, celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz took on the topic of waist training for a second time in his
  Here's a question I receive nearly every day: "My natural waist is 30 inches, and I just started waist
I often receive inquiries from people wanting to specifically buy a "work out" or "exercise" corset. I'm not entirely sure