The Grenfell Tower fire disaster has provoked comparisons with the partial collapse of the Ronan Point tower block in Newham in 1968, when four people died following a gas explosion. Many years later, when I was a trainee GP in the area, I occasionally visited patients in adjacent – identical – tower blocks on the Freemasons estate (all were subsequently demolished). Though the inquiry into the disaster revealed defects in design and construction, my recollection of the estate is of fine, spacious flats with spectacular views across the now fashionable Docklands landscape.
The spankee wearing fetish wear spoils it a bit as a “Doctor Fantasy.” Except perhaps for the artist, who combined his doctor, UK style nurse, and gloves, boots, stocking and garters in one. Because of that I get an impression that this illustrates the depicted “Doctor” having hired the women to live out one of his fantasies. ( He’s pro’lly a CPA or sumpin.) If spankee had been wearing more ordinary apparel, the apparatus had been more medical, then it have been more to my liking. A real clinic where a real Dr. and staff administer specific treatments to ordinary women. Luckily for the women they have insurance to pay for the treatment.