Désigne en anglais un laçage serré. Elégante pratique S/M* de type vestimentaire et ornemental, outrepassant les limites d’usage du corset. Les vêtements, en cuir ou en latex, peuvent en effet immobiliser le corps du cou aux genoux dans un laçage complexe. Plus généralement il s’agit d’un serrage extrême de la taille, dont l’exhibition peut accompagner les rituels transformistes* efféminés.
le DICO de l'amour et des pratiques sexuelles Par Jacques Waynberg

Dictionnaire de Sexologie. 2013.

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