A cultural phenomina is one way of describing the world of Prissy!
What started as a few cartoons from the fevored imagination of Prissy has grown exponentially into a Sissy industry. Prissy's world as she defined it through her distinctive cartoons is littered with a litany of fay skinny young nephews, husbands and sons who fall prey to a collection of dominating evil auntie females who obviously never had the daughters of their own that they so craved. The submissive boys started out protesting meekly at their feminisation, but soon this world got into it's stride. Prissy obviously found her own confidence and this hesitancy was left behind as the distinctive scenarios now reveled in a world of one act frames of total submission. It is this styleisation that has made Prissy a household name in the Sissy world and while the women all have an archetypal stern auntie appearance the sissies have a style that is a confection of Edwardian dolly meets Barbie as penned by a warped Enid Blyton. I often expect a cartoon to feature caricatures of George and Susan.Below are a few of my favourites from her profuse pastel filled moaning portfolio, which you can experience at the Prissy's Sissy website (click link to visit) where as they say you can enjoy 'Girlie Thrills in Feminine Frills'
OK Mr Black is not as you gurls know a fool and obviously sissies in puff ball explosions of satin and lace have been around for years, but I do suggest that Prissy is the crystallisation of this zeitgeist, which would explain her success with the range of Prissy dresses now available at Birch Place and the Sissy Store directly inspired and in collaboration with Prissy (see below).
The Sissy Store know produces the famous prissy cuff/ankle straps too!
And an array of Prissy merchandise is available from mugs and mouse mats to T-shirts and G-strings, one of you gurls did send me a Prissy apron for Christmas which I have not worn but have seen Miss Jones tottering around in on occasion when she is making me a little sandwich.
Art imitates life or does life imitate art?
Well what ever the role of art, Prissy has inspired a generation of fay young things and no doubt provided the motivation for many a fevered moment of wanton abandon. So I think I should leave the last word to her.