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  • Marilyn Monroe Dressed in a Burlap Potato Sack

    Marilyn Monroe Dressed in a Burlap Potato Sack Marilyn Monroe once dressed and then posed in a dress made out of a burlap potato sack. The story surrounding this odd choice in fashion came about after a female newspaper columnist chastised her for wearing a low-cut dress to a party at the Beverly Hills Hotel.   And the […]

  • Vintage Breast Enhancers From Back In The Day

    Vintage Breast Enhancers From Back In The Day

    Vintage Breast Enhancers From Back In The Day These vintage breast enhancers from back in the day will make you realize that women were always willing to sacrifice more than men, in order to obtain those unrealistic beauty standards. Perfect big boobs were definitely part of the femme fatale ‘skill set’. Some of these products […]

  • Ford Mustang – The Car That Defined All Other Muscle Cars

    Ford Mustang – The Car That Defined All Other Muscle Cars The Ford Mustang is without a doubt the car that has changed the course of American car history. The whole story began on April 17, 1964, when the Mustang was released. With its long hood and short rear deck, the car became the most successful […]

  • This 1911 Ad Teaches You How to Kiss a Girl

    1911 Ad Teaches You How to Kiss a Girl This 1911 ad teaches you how to kiss a girl, and although this may sound weird now, back then this was considered a priceless piece of information you could not obtain from anywhere else. This ‘kissing a girl the right way’ tutorial came with a stick […]

  • Hilda - The Long-Forgotten Plus-Size PinUp Girl

    Hilda – The Long-Forgotten Plus-Size PinUp Girl

    Hilda – The Long-Forgotten Plus-Size PinUp Girl Hilda is one pinup girl people today tend to forget.The whole pinup girl thing has a long history going back to prehistory in one form or another. But the real art of the pinup really came about during WWII and quickly after. And as you might suspect, the typical girl […]

  • Dorian Leigh - The First Fashion Supermodel from the 1950s

    Dorian Leigh – The First Fashion Supermodel from the 1950s

    Dorian Leigh – The First Fashion Supermodel from the 1950s Dorian Leigh was born in 1917 in San Antonio, Texas. Her full name was Dorian Elizabeth Leigh Parker, and she went on to become one of the first, if not actually the first fashion supermodel, acquiring fame in both the United States, as well as Europe. […]

  • Comic Book 'Superheroes' Were Sexist Women Beaters

    Comic Book ‘Superheroes’ Were Sexist Women Beaters

    Comic Book ‘Superheroes’ Were Sexist Women Beaters Believe it or not (of course you believe it!), there was a time when comic book ‘superheroes’ were sexist women beaters and that still didn’t change how much people loved comic books. Actually, they were as popular as they ever were. There’s an entire generation of kids that […]

  • 9 Iconic Photos Of The Most Badass Women In History

    9 Iconic Photos Of The Most Badass Women In History

    9 Iconic Photos Of The Most Badass Women In History These 9 iconic photos of the most badass women in history offer us a real insight of what it actually means to stand against the tide and fight for what you believe in, or be a pioneer in a domain no one else has ever […]

  • Classy Vintage Photos of Flight Attendants from the 1960’s

    Classy Vintage Photos of Flight Attendants from the 1960’s It’s not every day you’d come across an airline company like the Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA). The airline was headquartered in San Diego and operated from 1949 until 1988. It was also the first discount airline in the United States. Nothing out of the ordinary so […]