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Today’s guest post is by Mette Sofia Hänninen aka Miss Sophie Cake writes a full-bust focused lingerie blog called Two Cakes on a Plate. In addition to lush lingerie, she holds a passion for psychology (her major in Uni), pinup fashion, makeup, and other artistry. Mette aspires to be an art therapist one day, because creativity is everything. Being a lingerie blogger means all sorts of things in practice and […]

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Disclosure: This article contains affiliate links. Have you ever woken up in the morning and simply couldn’t find anything to wear? Have you ever experienced this problem because everything that touches your skin feels uncomfortable? It’s something I struggle with regularly, because I suffer from hypersensitivity. It was a long time before I accepted that I had hypersensitivity. I thought I just had occasionally sensitive skin. In my mind, I couldn’t […]

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A roundup of everything interesting that happened in the world of lingerie for March… [Jezebel] Buy These Pajamas & Rescue a Prostitute; Or, Why Rescue Brands Are Dumb -Punjammies, whose name is a combination of both pajamas and Punjab, is a company whose pajamas pants are made by former female sex slaves in India. Not necessarily the first of its kind, Punjammies seeks to raise awareness around the issue of sex trafficking […]

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A roundup of everything interesting that happened in the world of lingerie for February… [Glamour] Hold the Phone: There’s A Plus-Size Model in the Sports Illustrated Swim Edition! – In this year’s Sports Illustrated swim edition, Ashley Graham will be the swimwear model, posing in an ad for Swimsuits For All. [Seamwork] Anatomy of a Bra – Norma Loehr, a lingerie sewing pattern designer, offers a detailed breakdown of what the anatomy of a bra and […]

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This article is intended as a starting point. I am not a doctor and TLA is not a medical blog. This post is not intended in any way to replace a trained healthcare professional. Talk to your doctor if you think medical corsetry may be right for you. The relentless stream of anti-corset propaganda, which often takes place in the form of concern trolling, can be especially frustrating to me […]

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