The amazing, mysterious, 1970s dominatrix, Mistress Cora Korsett
Little is known about a German fetish and body modification model and BDSM dominatrix who was photographed in the 1960s's and 70s. According to some online stories, of which there are few, she was 6 feet tall. If so, she must have cut a formidable figure in her severely corseted dominatrix outfits.
Cora Korsett - Photographer Unknown
Her looks, creativity and visual impact is virtually palpable. Visceral. Literally, for her and her pets. A personal ad in "Aggressive Gals (The Swinger Magazine)" read:
"I am an ardent practitioner of corseting, restraint, & discipline. My husband's broken spirit amuses me, but not sufficiently. I now require other men to learn what I have to teach. Also, I have room for a live-in passive female. Absolutely all answered who send a S.A.S.E and photo."
Below are a few photos from the web, interspersed with a rough translation of a rare interview with Miss Korsett. The photographer is unknown.
From the rare interview:
“There’s the question always asked again what degree of waist reduction through allerengste (tightest) corseting is possible. Well, that depends primarily on the physique with the laced person. For example, I have a rather long and narrow upper body in the normal shoulder width and hip width handsome.
"The distance between my hip bones and the lower ribs is relatively large, which provides more room for the narrowing of the intervening soft portion of the waist, and secondly my ribs can be compressed much closer than in a person with a broad chest,” she said in interview.
“It is also clear from this my proportions also purely visual impression of a much more closely laced wasp waist, than someone with a short torso and stocky, relatively narrow hips and shoulders. However, the side considered also play breasts and butt a significant role, but because you can help out a lot to bounce up, swaying filling, between which a closest-corseted waist then so contrasting, thin, the corset fan excitement and the physician — at least — appear surprising.”