1843, from Fr. cartographie, from M.L. carta (see card (n.)) + Fr. -graphie, from Gk. -graphein “to write, to draw” (see -graphy).
late 14c., from O.Fr. transgression (12c.), from L.L. transgressionem (nom. transgressio) “a transgression of the law,” in classical Latin, “a going over,” from transgressus, pp. of transgredi “go beyond,” from trans- “across” (see trans-) + gradi (pp. gressus) “to walk, go” (see grade). The verb transgress is recorded from 1520s.
We are a small group of free radicals, kinksters, mystics, body mod enthusiasts, and seekers dedicated to exploring and chronicling the transgression of norms in the specific ways that intrigue us.
Things that intrigue us:
Artistic body modification
We believe in the importance of: