Underbust on Skin Shots International; Marriage Equality in California

Photographer Ama Lea has been published on yet-one-more magazine cover, and of course, I’m thrilled!

Megan Massacre in Exquisite Restraint underbust, photo by Ama Lea

Megan Massacre in Exquisite Restraint underbust, photo by Ama Lea

Megan Massacre is wearing a custom underbust in a size 18 with spiderweb embroidered ribbons appliqued on top. Contact me if you’d like more information and custom sizing.

Halloween will be here before you know it!! This is the perfect time to get that corset you’ve always dreamed of. It’s a bit of an investment, but what better time to unveil it to the world but Halloween? Please contact me with ANY ideas you have… request other items to go with your corset (skirt, tops, fingerless gloves, capes) and let’s see what we can create FOR YOU!

August 4, 2010 is a landmark day for those of us excited about the prospect of Marriage Equality in California, and it’s possible impact on other states in the union. Because the personal is political,and my business life and personal life are intertwined, I am proud to write here that I am absolutely thrilled with this ruling, and await with baited breath to see how any further appeals impact this. The idea that I would be a second class citizen if I wanted to marry another person of my same gender does not sit well with me as an American. This is a victory for some of my closest friends and family, for Californians, and for me.
I like Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s statement asking for the ruling to be upheld so much I’ve copied it here if you’d like to read it:
SACRAMENTO, Calif. /California Newswire/ — Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger today issued the following statement after U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker issued a ruling invalidating Proposition 8:

“Judge Walker had the great responsibility of deciding whether Proposition 8 violates the Constitution of the United States. He heard in-depth arguments from both sides on fundamental questions of due process, equal protection and freedom from discrimination. There are strong feelings on both sides of this issue, and I am glad that all viewpoints were respected throughout the proceedings. We should also recognize that there will continue to be different points of view in the wake of this decision.

“For the hundreds of thousands of Californians in gay and lesbian households who are managing their day-to-day lives, this decision affirms the full legal protections and safeguards I believe everyone deserves. At the same time, it provides an opportunity for all Californians to consider our history of leading the way to the future, and our growing reputation of treating all people and their relationships with equal respect and dignity.

“Today’s decision is by no means California’s first milestone, nor our last, on America’s road to equality and freedom for all people.”

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