• Spanked

    Various Spanking Artworks


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  • Bound Girls

    Various Bondage Artworks


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  • Sensual FemDom

    Various F/f FemDom Artworks


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  • Damsels in Distress

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04 August 2014

Don Brennus Aléra and Forced Chrossdressing



Don Brennus Aléra was a French author and is possibly identical to the author Bernard Valonnes as well as the artists Tack, Esbey and Selby - all of which are suspected to be pseudonyms of Roland Brévannes. 
Between 1903 and 1936 he wrote, illustrated and published about 100 erotic fetish novels in French, mostly of flagellation themes.

Most of his works after 1906 were published by Select Bibliothèque in Massy (Seine-et-Oise) from 1906 to 1908 and then in Sceaux (Seine). It is not unlikely that the author and artist who used so many pseudonyms might have also been the publisher.

One of Aléra's best known works is his 1921 novel Frédérique, an early work of erotic femdom and cross-dressing fiction in 15 chapters.






17 July 2014

The White Slave



Die weisse Sklavin (The White Slave) (Augusto Genina, 1927) Joop van den Berg (1897-1985) was a Dutch artist who illustrated various film, theatre, and public service posters.

16 July 2014

Odeurs de Femmes


Illustrated by Illustrated by Wighead (1896-1982)

13 July 2014

Venus in Furs. La vénus aux fourrures


Ilustrations from Suzanne Ballivet for the book La vénus aux fourrures (Venus in Furs) published in 1954




Et la Vie Continue


Illustrated by Susanne Ballivet  (1904 -1985) for La Vie Parisienne

Suzanne Ballivet's life and origins remain something of a mystery. Other than the fact that she probably lived and worked in Paris from about 1930 to 1955, few, if any, biographical facts are available.

Although she illustrated several erotic books, Les Chansons de Bilitis (1943), Les Aventures du roi Pausole (1947), Gamiani (date unknown), La Venus aux Fourrures (1954), it is without doubt Initiation Amoureuse (1943) which remains her most popular body of work .
Ballivet is one of the few female artists known to have produced erotic work in the first half of this century.