Femdom Art Comments

  • Bibliophile { Don't thank me. Thank that nice Mr Google. } – Jul 26, 8:35 AM
  • Timothy { This picture represents such exquisite intoxicating total bondage of a male sub to a beautiful dominant woman !! The slave is denied even looking on Her beautiful form. his penis is kept erect and engorged by the vacuum pump which... } – Jul 25, 9:46 AM
  • Johnny { I bow to your literary knowledge, and thank you for the edification! } – Jul 24, 1:50 PM
  • Bibliophile { Gloria Steinem. But she freely acknowledged that she borrowed it from the Australian writer Irina Dunn, who was putting a feminist spin on a line she found in one of her undergraduate text books: "Man needs God like a fish... } – Jul 24, 1:33 PM
  • Rick { Ah yes, the ultimate male humiliation !!!! } – Jul 24, 8:54 AM
  • Ray MacMeeken { I really love this cover or poster photo. Can you imagine what fun she will have. } – Jul 23, 11:40 PM
  • Johnny { A feminists Gloria (something) I don't remember any more..... } – Jul 23, 10:42 PM
  • Throne { Who doesn't like Devil Girls? As a kid I was fascinated by the newspaper comic, HATLO'S INFERNO, by Jimmy Hatlo. I just wish the demons who tormented all the sinners had been female. } – Jul 23, 12:46 PM
  • Tim { And keeping them hydrated, it seems. } – Jul 23, 7:37 AM
  • Sni { Che Lives! } – Jul 23, 3:20 AM
  • Sni { "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle" I always remember that quote but I have no idea who came up with it. } – Jul 23, 3:18 AM
  • Sni { I really love this cover art, Thanks for sharing it with us. } – Jul 23, 3:15 AM
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Cuckoldress

Showpiece looks to be cuckoldry fiction at least in part. The young man is a jockey. He’s short, making it even easier for the woman to dominate him.

The failed perspective is annoying. It is as if the youth is levitating.

Showpiece Stanton Cuckoldry

Do you have a favorite Stanton story, drawing, theme?

Originally posted 2010-09-23 08:05:25. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

3 comments to Cuckoldress

  • All-time top is “His brother’s girl”. I can’t even explain why.

    Second place is a tie between “Partner’s choice” (which lets one imagine many stories happening at the same time) and “A lesson in Eros” (most for the contrast between the arrogant woman and the desperate guy, though we can’t see his face).

  • Ogham Stone

    Stanton’s work is amazing – love his themes and concepts. He handled poses and expressions well, and he was a master with clothing and textures – the drape, and reflectivity of fabric, especially satin and patent leather. But he seemed to struggle with perspective – often, everything appears to be on the same plane, and yes, sometimes levitating! Still, I so respect the pioneers!

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