Ladies Who Entertained Us

4th Ave Publishing

They entertained by stripping off their clothes on stage, it started in Vaudeville where they went from fully dressed to a tiny costume, Burlesque became a  genre of its own where the show was just ladies stripping on stage. As things got more adventurous Strippers would offer their act even on Night Club floors. Later in the Century as technology evolved Ladies would perform on film and then video tape.

Juliet Anderson Kay Parker

Kay Parker & Juliet Anderson in Taboo (1980)

Kay Parker & Juliet Anderson in Taboo (1980)

A woman whose husband leaves her is sexually frustrated by the absence of a lover in her life. Avoiding the lecherous advances of the men she meets, she finds an interest in her son that exceeds the limits of their relationship. And to her shock, she finds herself excited by the prospect. Meanwhile, she does find a suitable man for herself, but things start heating up between mother and son…—ajmal hussain

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