Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Vintage Veronica

No, these are not links to me wearing vintage lingerie.  Pervert.


Perhaps some of you who have only just started reading my blog haven't had the time (tsk! tsk!) to read all of it, so here are a few of my favorites from 2008.  Click and enjoy!




A childhood revelation


My view of what happened at the Hidden Chamber


On coffee choices


My first time at a stripclub






xoxo.

6 comments:

Mistress Veronica NYC said...

This is part of a very sweet message about this post from my friend, Toney:

"Also, I still remember when i first met alex and you at hidden chamber. Veronica, This vintage blog is one of your most important blog to me.What makes this blog so important is your consciousness behind it. This is the history of hidden chamber! Bravo Veronica, Toney."

greg said...

Miss
i love the Wonder Woman comic

SHe was created by Dr. William Moulton Marston
who lived in a polyamorous relationship with two women

He wrote many of the early episodes of Wonder Woman (in the early 40s) and one of the themes repeated over and over again was BONDAGE

THere is ALWAYS scenes in early Wonder Woman comics where she is tied up or she is tying up a criminal..

many think those early Wonder Woman comics are the first time bondage entered main stream culture.

advochasty said...

Okay, I love a Ms. V retrospective. But when I saw this post title appear in my Dashboard Reading List I burned Bluetooth to connect, only to be chided for lusting after pictures of you in vintage lingerie.

Aren't girl gang members required to wear bullet bras and wasp-waisted cinchers for their switchblades?

I was crushed that the links weren't of you all retro'd up. You dominant tease you.

Mistress Veronica NYC said...

Ha ha, Advo! I was hoping at least one person would harry themselves only to be disappointed. Thumbs up for being the first one!

xoxox.

Mistress Veronica NYC said...

Hi Greg,

I loooove the aesthetics of that comic. It gives me tingly stirrings. The funny thing about it is that there is no artist credit given on the actual book, so there is no way to know who actually drew them. I assure you, if I did, I would Amazon his stuff like mad!

I was not aware that Wonder Woman held the illustrious title of being the first to bring bondage to the mainstream. Now I like her even more!

I am fascinated by Moulton now, too...

greg said...

Miss yes Molton was a crazy character

he was interviewed for a Woman's magazine about comics (by his live in lover who posed as objective journalist )He said they were great at a time when the jury was still out on comic books

a Comic book company saw the interview and invited him to consult - it eventually lead to invitation to create a character

the artist for early wonder woman was H. G. Peter - Molton insisted he draw the comic against the wishes of the Publishers (who thought his art was too old fashion)

Quote from Moulton
"Wonder Woman satisfies the subconscious, elaborately disguised desire of males to be mastered by a woman who loves them."

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