Here you find frequently asked questions (FAQ) about corset wearing and tightlacing in the category “Website and photos”.
I’m happy to receive many e-mails. But please, please, please, read these FAQ first and write only if questions aren’t answered there! Also don’t send tremendous long attachments unless requested; it takes too long to download them. Pictures must absolutely be sent as JPG or PNG files and not as BMP or TIF files.
On this page I have collected frequently asked questions and added my answers. As a consequence, the contents are subjective.
Website and photos
When will you post new pictures on your Web site?
When I have some ;-)
Can you send me additional pictures or more private pictures?
No, from time to time I will post new pictures on my Web site.
May I use your pictures on my Web site?
In principle, no – it would go against the policy of the Internet. But you can provide a link from your site to my site. A picture or two as appetizers in addition to the link are OK, but please ask beforehand.
May I take photographs of you?
At the moment I’m not prepared to do that.
How do you pay for your Web site?
Completely by myself for the English version, for now. From my Web site I have no revenues of any type to compensate me for my expenditures. However, a great deal of time and expense has gone into the creation and maintenance of this site. Judging by the amount of mail I continue to recieve it would seem that this site has been of great help for many of you. I urge conscientious readers to support the concept of "informational shareware" and send a donation, however small, too keep this website going! Many thanks to those few of you who already have! If you would like to I can give you a postal address.
What are your interests?
I like animals, music and corsets.
Can I meet you?
No, sorry :-(
Can I send you e-mail?
Yes, that’s OK – to . But please, please, please, read these FAQ first and write only if questions aren’t answered there! Also don’t send tremendous long attachments unless requested; it takes too long to download them. Pictures must absolutely be sent as JPG files and not as BMP or TIF files.