The History of Bondage in Mass Media

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5 Responses

  1. Pat Powers says:

    Enjoyed your article! Some interesting bits there! Keep up the good work.

  2. Jon Woods says:

    That “Detective magazine” pictured in this article was not an actual detective magazine (like the ones you could find on a newsstand, which never had nudity on the covers), but an homage that Lorelei did when she was working for Close-Up Concepts. Despite the bare breasts, apparently a lot of people mistake that tribute that for the real thing, even though most actual magazines of the genre had sensational criminal activities like “murder” and “rape” figuring prominently in the headlines.

  3. Lorelei Mission says:

    Shouldn’t the article clarify that your section about detective magazines is not displaying an image of an actual detective magazine? “Close-Up Detective” was a porn mag, I was the editor of that issue, and it was done up as an homage to detective magazines. It’s not the real thing.

    • Domina Doll says:

      Thanks again for the correction. While you are correct, this is a porn mag cover image, there are lots of examples of women in bondage in detective magazines (although not topless), so I think this still is effective for the article. However, i do thank you for further clarification. Must have been a great issue!

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