Ray Batchelor writes: “You can catch this precise image at 43 minutes 12 seconds or if watch the whole scene from 41 minute 58 seconds in this account of “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse”: As I wrote in my paper, “Tango teas, trousers and autonomy: images of women dancing
Ray Batchelor writes: “Caption to the original at source: Lesbian Novel, The Clever Young Women, 1927 – BUT According to Julie Nero in her PhD “Hannah Höch, Til Brugman, Lesbianism, and Weimar Culture”, https://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar?hl=en&q=++++HANNAH+H%C3%96CH%2C+TIL+BRUGMAN%2C+LESBIANISM%2C+AND+WEIMAR+SEXUAL+SUBCULTURE+by+JULIE+NERO&btnG=&as_sdt=1%2C5&as_sdtp “Otto Hahn, cover Illustration. Marie-Renée Mecke-Daumas, Die klugen Jungfrauen: ein Sittenbild aus Berlin W. (Leipzig: W. Borngräber,
Ray Batchelor writes: What should we make of this 1929 queer tango from Weimar Germany? https://youtu.be/ecd0OV4E1YA The clip shows Lulu dancing with Countess Augusta Geschwitz (Louise Brooks and Alice Roberts) and is probably the earliest film showing a lesbian dancing tango with another woman. Was it a tango they danced?