THE STEM WAIST - THE UTMOST IN CORSETING - WOULD YOU LIKE TO TRY FOR A DAY OR TWO?

A wonderful stem corset from C&S corsets in England. But certainly not for the beginner. I had an opportunity to try such a corset myself but could never stand the pressure more than half an hour even if the lacing was left rather open in the back, But it is so very sexy and with a nice tight jacket over .....wow!! But remember that after one year your back permanently needs the support,

  • brownie2199 7y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called corsets with heels, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Backbuttoned 7y

    Yes, I would like to try it for a day or two...
  • Lena Gibbson 7y

    I can only image the intense training that went into producing a pipe stem like this. Truly sensational.
  • melisatvslut 7y

    wow I would like to listen your experiences about that corset
  • Helen Stern 7y

    Such a corset claims for a long, continuing and severe perpetual training particularly because not only the soft tissues have to be compressed but also and primarily the ribs must be rigorously bent in. To achieve this as in the picture will take months and years to be able to stand the initial pain and unconvenience. If you can make it, however, such a tube waist is easily kept but due to need to support your weakened back muscles you must be prepared to corset for the rest of your life.
  • melisatvslut 7y

    do you have your own corseted pictures? by the way I would like to be laced by you ;)
  • tchidwick 6y

    Yeah. I was just saying the same thing too. And how were you able to get your waist like. Most Women can not even handle that at all. If they were being laced by you and they were wanting to try somthing like that and all in one day. They might faint almost less than a half a second. But How are you able to last a vary long time. Can you breath at all. Like normal? Or is it a tiny bit tricky just to breath?
  • Helen Stern 6y

    It takes between 3 and five years to acchieve that permanent tube shape, It is not a one day procedure - it claims for continuous day and night lacing. But if you take your time it will not cause pain. Of course you will find that your back will waken and need strict corset support for the future. Breathing is not a problem at all. It shifts from using the diaphragm to the upper part of the lungs. Running may though cause a problem! But the reward is an amzing figure. Of course you must be properly dressed over the corset,
  • Valentina Vega 6y

    The women who wear those corsets, have to have there bodies trained to wear one like this. I'm pretty sure if you tight-laced a woman who has never wore a corset or one that has wore one a few times, that would probably kill her.
  • Helen Stern 6y

    You are absolutely right prettyharru. Tough figure training to compress the lower ribs is an unavoidable must, Lacing a woman up like this for sure will kill her but fortunately it will be impossible to compress the ribs at once and be sure it will hurt.
  • Valentina Vega 6y

    I think I would like to train my body for corsets. Maybe not that thin, just a small hourglass shape. It would be lovely.

    I hear after a while you get use to it and it straightens your posture. I also heard that if you fall or etc, you can actually easily break ribs.
  • tchidwick 6y

    Is that you in the picture helen49stern?
  • tchidwick 4y

    Valentina Vega Wow. Just a simple trip and fall with the corset on would brake ribs that easily? Wow, it seems like I gotta be extra careful if I have a corset on. But about the rib braking part, how tight does the corset have to be in order for that to be an issue?
  • Rubberdolly 4y

    I hope to develop such a pipe stem in the future. Very lovely indeed.
  • Herr Landes 2y

    I want to try but only 5 minutes (((
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