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“Betty Karrenbauer”, 1920s, Germany

German flapper - Retronaut This is a “Betty Karrenbauer” who lived in Darmstadt during the second half of the

Lesbian bar Monss 1940's

vintage everyday: 150 Years of Lady-Loving-Ladies in the U. – An Epic Gallery of Vintage LGBT Images from the Late Century to the

Rebels.

If you think flappers were just girls who wore feathered headbands, long necklaces and sparkly clothes then you are wrong! They were actually feminists who rebelled against womans fashion and behavioral standards of the time

Les Années Elégantes

Léonie Marie Julie Bathiat May 1898 - 24 July known professionally as Arletty , was a French actress, singer, and fashion model

9 Powerful Photos That Redefine What It Means To Be Queer And Muslim - Mic

"Why can't we as queer Muslims celebrate Islamic traditions?

Rose Cordero | Ellen von Unwerth | Tush #25 | 'Adore Me' - 3 Sensual Fashion Editorials | Art Exhibits - Women's Fashion & Lifestyle News From Anne of Carversville

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QUEER HISTORY MONTH, DAY 15:  Ella Wesner (1841-1917) was one of the premiere male impersonators of the late nineteenth century. Wesner, who was known to have female lovers, performed bawdy routines and had a popular act in which she appeared tipsy while getting a shave.  The New York Clipper wrote of her in 1870,   “Nature has liberally endowed her for this specialty with an almost faultless form, a face quite masculine and jet black curling hair, which she wears cut short. She might easily

QUEER HISTORY MONTH, DAY Ella Wesner was one of the premiere male impersonators of the late nineteenth century. Wesner, who was known to have female lovers, performed bawdy routines.

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Burlesque Beauty Vicky Butterfly as a Spider Louise Brooks style photo by Maria S Vavela.

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