Keckler, University of New Mexico, finding a clear deterrent in the death penalty for those who murder and do not fear prison. The Case of Illinois," by Dale O. It is found that these actions are coincident with the increased risk of homicide incurred by the residents of Illinois over the 48 month post-event period for which data were available.
The Art of Petticoat Punishment by Carole Jean Part 19 - Kristy Leigh Kristy Leigh is a former teacher and graphic artist who has been illustrating on a professional basis for over thirty years. Since the advent of the World Wide Web, she has turned her attention towards fetish-related material, concentrating primarily on spanking, tickling, bondage and transgendered imagery.
Roughly twenty-five percent of her output involves TG content, although there is considerable overlap between the various genres. Working in a variety of different styles, she has contributed to a number of British and European magazines, employing various pseudonyms to protect her privacy.
Byshe had established her own website, publishing original fiction under the Lakehurst imprint. Basing her visual approach on old-school "thrillers" of the s, Kristy's stories covered a range of interests including Caught With Consequences, Magical Transformations, Surgical Reassignment, Transhumanism, and Cyberfemme to name but a few.
Despite a generally positive response from readers and enthusiasts, the Lakehurst website was shut down by a well-known internet watchdog group inbased on false allegations of "sexually inappropriate material.
She remains a controversial figure within the online community due to her unwavering and often confrontational stance on the issues of free speech and unrestricted expression.
In this article, we will analyze the development of Kristy's transgendered artwork, with particular emphasis on the areas of Petticoat Punishment and Pinafore Discipline. Please note that as much of the older printed media is no longer extant, many of the images presented here have been reconstructed from surviving sketches and illustrations.
Except where otherwise stated, every attempt has been made to restore each example to its original condition. EARLY WORK Kristy's first attempts at exclusively transgendered art were stiff and somewhat cartoonish, characterized by stark line work and a minimal attention to detail.
Backgrounds were noticeably absent, and figurework marred by problems depicting hands and faces. Scant attention was paid to tone or rendering, although later Photoshop revisions display minor shading to emphasize certain anatomical features.
According to Kristy's now defunct website, her main reference materials were s advertisements, employing an illustrative style she considered most appropriate to the subject matter.
Alternative sources included glossy women's magazines, British schoolgirl comics and "saucy" postcards of the post war era. Kristy started out illustrating her own short fiction, written under various pseudonyms including Transfemme, Angie Holbrook and Erica Lakehurst.
Typical of this period was A Pledge in Petticoatsa six-page feminization piece featuring four pencil sketches. The main plotline established a basic formula for many of the stories that followed.
This poses no problem during his first five years, as he believes it to be a game played with his mother and older sisters. Dominic's difficulties begin at the age of six, when he enters school for the first time.
Despite wearing a traditional schoolboy uniform, he is subjected to continual bullying over his feminine appearance and mannerisms.
He is equally baffled as to why he only has one parent, unlike the majority of his classmates. Upon questioning his mother, he is informed that his father — a "no-good, philandering layabout" — deserted their family when Dominic was little more than an infant. Subsequently, he was brought up as both a boy and a girl to prevent him repeating his father's mistakes.
Dominic gradually begins to rebel against this unjust treatment, but defiance simply leads to a stricter regimen of petticoat discipline. Worse still, his older sisters, Denise and Diana, begin taking him out dressed as a young girl, referring to him as "Dominique" in public.
This arrangement is whole-heartedly supported by their Mother, who is determined that the boy will accept the feminine regime she's spent years imposing upon him.
Things come to a head on Dominic's eighth birthday. Inviting all of his erstwhile schoolmates to the party, Mother and sisters join forces to humiliate him into complete submission. Following carefully laid plans, Dominique's feminization starts early in the morning: Standing me before the full-length mirror, Mommy peeled the towel from my waist while Diana and Denise went off to prepare my ensemble.
I knew precisely what they had planned for me: I'm not a girl, Mommy — I'm a boy! You're a girl, always have been. Except for that one tiny little part, you're the just about prettiest little girl who ever lived. She was approaching from the bedside, carrying an armful of satin flounces.
Do you have Dominique's underwear? Stepping up to the mirror, she laid a set of frilly intimates out on the dressing table, placing one beside the next for close inspection.
My heart skipped a beat when I saw what I had to wear — delicate, gauzy remnants that shimmered in the moody autumn sunlight. Pristine white panties with a dainty, floral trim; a matching, nylon vest, sheer as gossamer against the flesh.
Worst of all — a rush of flimsy, gossamer petticoats, whispering with layers of pink lace. I stumbled back in a sudden panic, feeling the blood practically freeze in my veins.Death Is Not Justice: Reasons Why the Capital Punishment Should Not Be Imposed. The human race had come a long way to finally .
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Its existence can be traced to the beginning of the American colonies. The United States is the only Western country currently applying the death penalty. It is one of 54 countries worldwide applying it, and was the first to develop lethal injection as a method of.
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The Catholic acceptance of the death penalty as a legitimate means of punishment for very severe crimes is perennial. Capital punishment, also called death penalty, execution of an offender sentenced to death after conviction by a court of law of a criminal offense. Capital punishment should be distinguished from extrajudicial executions carried out without due process of law.
Background. Capital punishment is the lawful infliction of death as a punishment and since ancient times it has been used for a wide variety of offences.