The question is why? Why are some women squeezing back into girdles and corsets? More Coverage 5 ways to a flatter belly Apr 9 - While I am still pondering the answers, I realize that the dictates of fashion and the influence of popular culture have such a stranglehold on us that it essentially trumps common sense and our regard for good health. Her column appears Wednesdays. Even so, while spring and the fashion it brings are both worthy of celebration, what's hidden underneath many of those fly fashions may not be. I couldn't help stealing glances at this woman as she was dressing in the locker room.
Annie. i like the stimulation of escaping from my day to day life while spending some quality time with only a few real gentleman who wish to enjoy the companionship of a young and sophisticated lady. i'm chasing the sensation, therefore my experiences are free from acting. a truly free spirit, i have decided to explore my desires and to live my life to the fullest.
Is that what I think it is?
Beware temptation to squeeze that belly fat into a girdle
This trend principally began around the 16th century, when corsets became the fashionable thing to wear in an effort to significantly reduce the size of a woman's waist in order to achieve what became known as an hourglass figure. This is the season when more people become concerned about their excess visceral fat, aka belly fat. Unfortunately, growing numbers of women today are torturing themselves with not just binding, but also with abusive and excessive exercise, extreme and painful thinness, and, lest we forget, an addiction to cosmetic surgery. The question is why? How can I stay fit, even in a wheelchair? While there have been improvements to the design of the initial corsets, many modern physicians continue to argue that corsets are health hazards that restrict breathing, squeeze all of your internal organs, and that squeezing could cause broken ribs, or internal bleeding.