Sign of the Cross


The Sign of the Cross is a 1932 American pre-Code epic film produced and directed by Cecil B. DeMille and released by Paramount Pictures. Based on the original 1895 play by English playwright Wilson Barrett. I found some photos and screenshots and put them in the gallery below.

Spirtual Submission


These photos are from an unknown photographer, model is unknown as well. The photos are taken around 1920.

Three Chained Girls


This is such a wonderful set, taken ca 1890/1910 I think by an unknown photographer. There are some simularities to Slavegirls in Chains.

Mixed Submissive


Since I am cleaning up my archives I found more fascinating photos without knowledge for the photographer.

The Lusting Hours


Presented as an inquiry into the ways of lust, this film is staged as a documentary. (a pseudo-documentary exploitation film about prostitutes, transvestites, homosexuals, and S&M.)It moves from rural prostitution (the roadhouse) to pornographers, then on to streetwalkers, male hustlers, and high-class call girls. The madam runs the bordello, she depends on the photographer to…

Bdsm by Man Ray


One of the most familiair bdsm related shoots done by Man Ray are the photos he took of Lee Miller & William Seabrook. I also found some other photos, a few from Justine, who is mentioned with William Seabrook relating to one of the masks he created. Juliette Bdsm