Gloria Brame, Ph.D.

Vintage beauty ad with a lesbian flavor

Filed By Gloria Brame, Ph.D. | October 21, 2009 9:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: ads with lesbian subtext, vintage ads, vintage beauty

From 1926.


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The entire female fashion world is driven by motivations that are largely lesbian or almost-lesbian --- remember the old saying, "Men dress up for their women, but women dress up for other women" ... ?

Maybe its the big dead animal draped around her neck that's drawing the attention. Just sayin'

Indeed, Bil --- and while on this subject, let's not forget the beautiful exotic bird, probably a harmless native of the Everglades, the Australian outback, or an African wetlands, that gave its life no doubt so that the woman on the extreme right could wear a feather in her bonnet.

The fashion-feather industry of the late 19th Century almost drove the Everglade egrets into extinction just as surely as the western prairie settlers almost slaughtered the buffalo into extinction 50 years before.