SWITCH BDSM CLUB ES SANO/SEGURO/CONCENSUADO, NO PROMUEVE NINGÚN TIPO DE DELITO SEXUAL NI ANIMAL. AQUÍ SE DIFUNDE/COMPARTE INFORMACIÓN DIVERSA SOBRE BONDAGE-DOMINATION-SADO-MASOCHISM [BDSM] + FETISH, EXPLORANDO LOS ALCANCES DE LA CORPORALIDAD DENTRO DE EXPRESIONES ALTERNATIVAS DE SEXUALIDAD. PROYECTO SIN ÁNIMO DE LUCRO INICIADO EL 17.8.2009 POR SEBASTIAN ALVARADO [NO RESPONSABLE DE ACCIONES DE TERCEROS] A FAVOR DE LA COMUNIDAD BDSM/FETICHISTA Y EL RESPETO ENTRE PERSONAS: LGBTI+H / SOMOS UNO.
SOLO PARA ADULTOS / ADULTS ONLY
*** CONTENIDO APROPIADO SOLO PARA MAYORES DE EDAD / ONLY FOR INDIVIDUALS OF LEGAL AGE *** BDSM + FETISH x LGBTI + H = CULTURE & RESPECT
jueves, 9 de julio de 2015
19th-Century Lesbian Erotica Is A Truly Salacious Treat
Franz von Byros
By Priscilla Frank "When daydreaming about the luxurious lives of the Victorian elite, a flurry of poofy hair, poofier skirts, petticoats and corsets flock to mind. Artist Franz von Bayros immortalized this life of utter decadence through his ornate illustrations, fanciful renderings of noble ladies behind closed doors. However, these subjects are not the repressed Victorian maidens you might be imagining. No, these ladies are more than game to engage in some light BDSM, fetishism and the occasional crack at bestiality.
Bayros was born in Zagreb, Croatia, in 1866 and studied art at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts, where Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele would later attend. He soon made a name for himself thanks to his particular brand of playfully erotic imagery, a name that was alternately celebrated and reviled for his controversial images. The artist hopped between Paris, Italy, and Vienna, often picking up and moving after his explicit imagery got him expelled from yet another locale." [Fragment]