- For tightlacers, a fringe community of body-modifiers, the Internet is a haven
- Today, though, tightlacers have formed an online community—one spread across platforms yet tightly connected; despite lacking a central, core site, everyone seems to know everyone. It's a wide-ranging online safe space, where tightlacers—many of them ...
- Women risk permanent injury trying to shrink their waists
- Tightlacers squeeze themselves into steel-boned corsets that can take 10 inches off their natural size, for hours at a time, day after day.
- The Evolution Of Corsets Proves That We've Been Into Constriction For A Long
- The Vintage Fashion Guild further notes that tight-lacing was most fashionable from around 1870 to 1890. "These 30 years mark when the small waisted hourglass figure and tight lacing was at its most extreme.
- Corset csales are booming at M&S, but a historian has this warning
- A few women went further and practised 'tight-lacing'. This was the habit of tightening the corset to 16 in or below. If it sounds distasteful, it was.
- Experts warn about danger of 'tightlacing' as corsets make comeback
- Sherrill strongly warns against "tightlacing"-- especially for young women whose bodies are still growing. She said while corsets can smooth unwanted lumps and give us a more hour-glass shape, they are not meant to permanently change our bodies.
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