Here you find frequently asked questions (FAQ) about corset wearing and tightlacing in the category “Reactions of other people when they see me corseted”.
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Recations of other people when they see me corseted
How do people react when they see you on the street?
All sorts of ways! Many are enthusiastic, invite me to have a coffee and want to ask me about corseting. Others are dumfounded and have their mouths hanging open. Still others call out, "Just look at her!", and give each other a nudge. Many take no notice.
Do many people speak to you about corsets?
No, very few speak to me directly.
What do your acquaintances say about your corseting?
Many like the figure that the corset produces, and others marvel at my small waist.
Have you been able to interest other women in corseting?
As a result of my Web site several women have become aware of corsets and want to buy one for themselves.
Where do you get your corsets?
I order them from England from a man by the name of Michael Garrod.
How many corsets do you own?
At the moment I have five corsets, the oldest of which I no longer wear.
What colors are your corsets?
I have four white corsets and one black.
Of what materials are your corsets made?
They are made of strong cotton material and the outer surface is satin.
How long does a corset last?
Depending on how often and how tightly you wear it, between one and five years for good quality corsets.