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This is an example of a training corset. It has long, stiff shoulder straps which raise the lower ribs...A training corset is generally a corset used in body modification. A training corset may be used for orthopedic reasons (such as to correct a crooked spine) or for cosmetic reasons (to achieve a smaller waistline, commonly called waist training or in more extreme cases tightlacing.)
Tightlacing The Victorian corset was the first corset to fully embrace tight lacing due to the invention of the eyelet during the Napoleonic War, and the minet back, which allowed the pressure of the garment not to fall just on the individual loops, but to also be distributed on the whale bone. Tightlacing is also the practice that made corsetry a very heated issue amongst feminists. Many children as well as women suffered injuries and extreme pain due to this practice.
Talk about taking appearance to extremes! In the 18th - 19th century, it was fashionable to either surgically remove smaller rib bones or crush the waistline into an impossibly small size in order to achieve a "waspish" waist. Incredibly dumb!