I've discovered a site that I think does a fantastic job of detailing some of the early (1950 thru 60's) "forced petticoat" literature + art that was published during that time. The site covers art that is more recent too, but I was really interested in the stuff that is covered early and wanted to start this thread to discuss it. The page's on the site are titled: Carole Jean's History of Petticoat Punishment Art. I am enjoying this site and wanted to share with you all here at the mansion. I do this as a salute to the dedicated work that the website's author Carole Jean lovingly details. So here is the site if you want to read and look at all the pictures. I have no idea if the information is accurate, but it seems credible so who am I to question it? Just to get the ball rolling here are a few photos of the cover pages for some of the books covered on the site. There are many more so I hope you'll read about them and join into the discussion that follows. I am hoping you will contribute to this thread and enjoy the cover art along the way. Also, it seems that the website author mentioned above would love to obtain any fresh information or corrections if you are aware of them. (I asked the website author, Carole Jean, about this beforehand and she seemed happy to share.) http://petticoatpunishmentart.com/docs/cjarticles.html So please refer to the link above and post away here as you see fit.