Category:
Public Indecency

All the Cats Join In



Wikipedia says:

This segment features some mild female nudity that was edited out in both the US and UK DVD releases...
The Disney-style nudity is intact in this embedded version.

Posted By: Paul - Tue Jan 10, 2023 - Comments (1)
Category: Innuendo, Double Entendres, Symbolism, Nudge-Nudge-Wink-Wink and Subliminal Messages, Music, Public Indecency, Teenagers, Cartoons, 1940s

Follies of the Madmen #550

Posted By: Paul - Mon Dec 19, 2022 - Comments (2)
Category: Fashion, Shoes, Advertising, Public Indecency, Twentieth Century

Charles Garland and his Love Farm

Elon Musk, stand back!

If you inherited a ton of money at a young age, you too might be confused about how to live. At first, you might radically decide not to accept the fortune. Then, you might decide to use it for charitable purposes. Finally, you might opt to establish a free-love commune.

That's the path that one Charles Garland took. Read his whole story at Wikipedia.

After his separation from his wife, Garland established two successive agricultural communes, or "colonies of idealists", both named April Farm.[19] The first April Farm, in which Garland lived from January 1922, was at North Carver, Massachusetts.[22] In 1924, Garland moved to a new "April Farm" in Lower Milford Township, Pennsylvania.[19]

Garland scandalized polite society by inviting young women to live with him at these colonies, where he planned to "work out the problems of life".


Naturally, newspapers had a field day with all this.

Posted By: Paul - Thu Nov 10, 2022 - Comments (3)
Category: Money, Communes, Utopias, and Other Alternative Societies, Public Indecency, Bohemians, Beatniks, Hippies and Slackers, 1920s

Frontiers in Modern Art

Read full article here.

Posted By: Paul - Tue Nov 01, 2022 - Comments (1)
Category: Body, Museums, Sexuality, Public Indecency

League of Exotic Dancers On Strike



These Hollywood strippers, members of the League of Exotic Dancers, refuse to work because "the low wage scale of $95 at week" they receive when they take time off. They are (l-r): Champagne; Daurene Dare; Jennie "The Bazoom Girl" Lee, president of the league, Rusty Lane; and Novita.





Posted By: Paul - Mon Oct 24, 2022 - Comments (4)
Category: Entertainment, Dance, Tradesmen, Manual Laborers, and Skilled Workers, Burlesque, Exotic Dancing, Stripping and Other Forms of Staged Nakedness, Public Indecency, 1950s

The Royal Teens, “Short Shorts”

What were those lyrics again?

Their Wikipedia page.

Posted By: Paul - Sat Sep 17, 2022 - Comments (3)
Category: Fashion, Music, Public Indecency, Teenagers, 1950s

Sexy TV Showering

Surprised this passed the censorship of the times, as it's just one step away from having the (presumed, but never explicitly stated) husband and wife sharing the same shower stall.

Posted By: Paul - Fri Jul 29, 2022 - Comments (1)
Category: Food, Hygiene, Sexuality, Public Indecency, Husbands, Wives, 1970s

Butt Cleavage Pants

I love how the opening can be any shape, such as a Chevy logo.

I also hope that Rhianna is not violating this patent!









Posted By: Paul - Fri Jun 10, 2022 - Comments (3)
Category: Body, Fashion, Public Indecency

What Demoralized the Barber Shop

Trollops disconcert some gentlemen. It's amazing the customer in the chair did not have his throat cut.

Posted By: Paul - Tue Dec 28, 2021 - Comments ()
Category: Public Indecency, Women, Nineteenth Century, Hair and Hairstyling

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