Found this on eBay, already sold.
Found on Etsy.
First one I noticed was this blue cup and saucer.
Then a yellow one, both from the same Etsy shop. Prices for these vary online. But, I decided not to buy. Too much when shipping doubles the cost.
Paragon Tea Cup and Saucer with Canada Coat of Arms from Etsy.
I especially like vintage postcards. This hand drawn, coloured type especially. I haven’t checked if all of them are linen postcards or other types. Need more research on it.
Source: How Linen Postcards Transformed the Depression Era Into a Hyperreal Dreamland | Collectors Weekly
The expected FemDom attire is silly. In this photo that leather neck brace and those boots must not be at all comfortable. I’d only wear stuff like that if someone paid me too. Paid in advance!
Fetish wear for women is too often a male fantasy. What would a woman wear, by her own choice? How do women Doms see themselves? If they took out all the male perspective how would Dom women dress?
There’s something innocent, but also something pure about vintage Femdom pictures. Back in those days being submissive actually meant something. You had to go to a sexshop to buy these magazines and you’d go over the stories and pictures again and again. There weren’t that many professional Mistresses around in those days, so finding and visiting them was a big deal. The…
Source: Vintage Femdom – Femdom Times
One year I had a Christmas card with a snowy lighthouse and all the usual trimmings. I think I kept one after I mailed them out.
Black and white, silky and sensual for use as a blindfold with your submissive. Not too pretty for a man.
A lovely soft satin vintage-inspired sleepmask in a light silvery violet with flourishes of brocade-like dark violet flowers. Bordered by black
I do like having a Canadian as the Handsome Face for the Weekend. In this case, I’ve been watching Yannick Bisson on Canadian television right from his early days. Getting older suits him. There is a confidence mixed with an open friendliness. He looks great in the vintage formal wear on Murdoch Mysteries (and Sue Thomas F.B. Eye) and as a cowboy on Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy.
Another great thing about him – he married his high school sweetheart and is still married to her 25 years, and 3 children, later. He likes being a family man, not just another pretty face.
Yannick Bisson on:
There is a Yannick Bisson Appreciation Society on Facebook. There are more fan sites but this one caught my attention.