Sinical Magazine is an alternative/fetish modeling and photography magazine. Recent issues have featured: Dita Von Teese, Bianca Beauchamp, Masuimi Max, Chas Ray Krider, Steve Diet Goedde, and more.
Photographer Shannon Brooke said: “Sinical strives to interview the best in the business, and focuses on the darker side of the pinup world. The magazine holds a high end, sexier side of pinup and it sets such a beautiful tone. Any issue is just timeless, and could be a coffee table book in its sturdy quality.”
They are also accepting submissions for the March/April 2017 issue and the theme is pantyhose fetish combined with other fetish attire. Keep that in mind the next time you take photos.
DEAR ABBY: My brother and sister-in-law have been dressing my nephew, “Charlie,” in dresses and pink clothes. They say these are what the boy has chosen.
It would be one thing if Charlie were old enough to understand and still insisted he felt more comfortable in girls’ clothing. But at his age I feel what they’re doing will only confuse him. My sister-in-law knows this upsets my mother and yet it’s like she’s taunting her with texts and pictures of Charlie in pink and/or dresses.
Should we be worried about this or should it be none of our business? Are we overreacting? Would it be best to approach my brother to tell him our concerns? — TOO YOUNG TO UNDERSTAND
Maybe they should wait until he’s old enough to understand, what’s the worst that can happen?
Under the Hood by DovSherman
Artwork by DovSherman on DeviantArt and posted under Crossdress, Curlers, Femdom, Humiliation, Salon and Sissy.
An unidentified Australian beauty parlor now charges an extra $10 for children who break down in tears when they’re getting a new hairdo. Now is that really what you want? That money can go towards a tip so the girls give you the best chair next time.
Just keep saying to yourself: big boys don’t cry, big boys don’t cry, big boys don’t cry.
This is one of four illustrations that Rocket Dave made me for my caught in panties story a while back. I like this one the best because I think he really captured the sissy walk of shame into the beauty salon. Note: not every sissy has such great legs.
Me: So how did you get into making crossdressing captions Arthur?
Art: Good question. I retired several years ago, and nothing I did was really satisfying. Sure, I have motorcycles, race cars and other hobbies, but I felt stressed out most of the time. One day I was coming home from a long ride, passed a little beauty salon in the middle of nowhere, and for some reason started thinking about forced feminization. That night I made my first caption. After that it became what I feel is a very creative outlet and an excellent stress reliever. What do you think?
Me: Well to be honest I think it’s a bit silly, if not completely ridiculous. What are your other hobbies?
Art: I take pictures of old cameras in the woods. Sometimes I’ll ride a hundred miles to find the right place and set everything up, then take thousands of photos. They are my interpretation of the sublime aspects of reality.
Me: Interesting. So what, in your opinion, is reality Arthur?
I saw this cartoon today on Pinterest in a board simply called Art, and he named this illustration Crossdressing Humiliation. I’m not sure if its crossdressing or humiliation or both, but it is definitely art.
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I know what you’re thinking: I love, I love, I love my calender girl. Yeah, sweet calender girl. I love, I love, I love my calender girl, each and every day of the year.
But some people in Poland disagree.
A Polish casket company has pictured twelve different models with coffins for their 2014 calendar.
Speaking about the calendar with the scantily-clad models striking poses with coffins, a Lindner spokesman said that it was an attempt to portray “perfect harmony between Lindner coffins and natural wood (natural wood?), blue sea, red flowers, green fields and the beauty of the female body.”
However, Catholics in Poland have expressed anger over the steamy marketing strategy, and insisted that they should be stopped because they blur the line between sex and death.
Yeah well, photography, art, sex and death are interpreted differently by different people. I think the lines between sex and death are blurred very nicely here.