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    #31
    A new issue... one wonders what she has done wrong? My guess: Heels to low...
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    My women wear seamed stockings and heels - whether they like it or not! Although wetlook leggings are also fine...

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    • esclavage
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      peterjones - A really great use of black and white for the image cover. It gives off a sense of starkness/bleakness. For an even more tongue-in-cheek subversion, the cover could have been supporting the woman being arrested to stoke the feeling of 'fake news'

    • peterjones
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      I can't take the credit here - the picture alreay was b-w... But I think you idea with supporting the woman would be great to follow up - but my feeling is that you'd need a full article/text for that, it would be difficult to conway the "fake news" idea only on the cover.

    #32
    And annother one...
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      #33
      A last one for today...
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      My women wear seamed stockings and heels - whether they like it or not! Although wetlook leggings are also fine...

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      • esclavage
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        peterjones - surprisingly cute. It's an interesting take on a Exec2Sec situation where the former CEO genuinely finds happiness in her new relationship. This actually sounds like a fun subversion of the Selectacorp subversion and might make a great game idea seed.

      • peterjones
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        Again thak you, esclavage ! Cute is very fitting. As I said before, I'm tying to throw something in for everyone :-)

      #34
      Ulver Thanks for the inspiration and the good ideas! I took up your proposal and worked out how a potential advertisement for a bridal academy could look like. What do you think?

      I'm not worried about adversitement, testemonials and picture content in general. Plenty of those. But you know that I'm not a great writer - in fact, a rather bad one. Would you be willing/able to come up and write 3-5 articles for the magazine? I agree that they could be based on PA magazine - but somebody actually has to convert and edit the material...



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      My women wear seamed stockings and heels - whether they like it or not! Although wetlook leggings are also fine...

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      • MaxDS
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        Ha, I love the advertisement. It's quite a bit of text though. So it's very old timey in that regard.

      • peterjones
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        Thank you, glad you liked it MaxDS ! Indeed, old-time advertisements used many small pictures/illustrations, broken up with lots of text - because there were still a lot of medium-sized consumer industries in the 1950s, they had to explain to you what they sell and why you need it... Modern global brands don't bother any more.

      #35
      Filling space in magazines: Fun Facts, This date in history, advice column (this seems like a must)?
      #CufflinksForever



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      • peterjones
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        Thanks for these ideas, MaxDS ! Would you be willing to write a few of these? Just post them here and I'll include them into the layout...?!

      #36
      A few new ones for the weekend... hey Ulver , don't you agree that the education of a young woman should start even before wife school?
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      My women wear seamed stockings and heels - whether they like it or not! Although wetlook leggings are also fine...

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      • esclavage
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        I really liked the image choice for this one. There's a great clothing contrast with the white and dark.

      #37
      Ah, Christmas is approaching fast... this picture is used by fancysteel to promote their new chastity bras (which are only for play, unfortunately, as the cups are not very secure).

      But I just love the facial expression of the women - half afraid, half curious...
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      My women wear seamed stockings and heels - whether they like it or not! Although wetlook leggings are also fine...

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      • esclavage
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        Female chastity themes will always get a like from me.

      • Ulver
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        While I love the concept I would really enjoy something were the image is a bit more plausibly down to earth. Something that suggests enforced female chastity is a common everyday occurrence. Updated a few images as examples of what I meant.

      #38
      It took me quite a while to figure out how to do this... but the picture is just too lovely!
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      • Ulver
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        While I like the image I have to say it doesn’t seem terribly practical. A bit hard for me to suspend disbelief here.

      • peterjones
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        Hi Ulver! Yes, you're absolutely right: It's hard to suspend disbelief here... this is more fetish fun than a real life mirror image. But as you said, it's a good image ;-)
        But I would disagree with the practicability: Prisons are absolutely inefficient, and designed to be that way... so why not add annother layer on top of that (like a shiny latex one... hehe... sorry for the pun)?

      #39
      I realize this is a minor nitpick but shouldn’t your magazine covers come with an “Unsuitable for minors and females” warning. Under the provisions of the Protection of Womanhood Act it is a criminal offense to allow unsupervised female viewing of this material. Something along those lines?

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      • peterjones
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        Splendid idea! I'll do that for the next one..
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