Women couple(s)

Film clip, “Indochine” 1992, Catherine Deneuve and Linh Dan Pham

000085 “According to the text accompanying the clip on YouTube: “Catherine Deneuve with Linh Dan Pham, in Indochine (Oscar, Best Foreign Film, 1992) – a story that chronicles the separation between a wealthy French landowner (Catherine Deneuve) and her adopted daughter (Linh Dan Pham) which intertwines with France’s loss of

Sem Caricature 1913: Madame d’Artex dancing with Lise Radoline

Ray Batchelor writes: “The caricaturist, Georges Gousat, better known as “Sem”, was famous for savagely satirising French society. In 1913, he published Tangoville sur Mer, a book of cartoons based on what he saw (or what he imagined) while on a trip to the fashionable resort at Deauville. In among

German book cover, 1924 – women dancing tango..?

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,

Women Tango Couple Postcards by Suzanne Meunier, c1917

Ray Batchelor writes: “At the source of this image it says: “Women in various Tango postures.  A postcard set by Suzanne Meunier, around 1930.” I am going to guess at some date between 1915-1919. I can only find an image like this of the whole set online, not the individual

Shanghai Calendar girls 1930s

Ray Batchelor writes: “Taken from an article by Walter Nelson and used by him as evidence of historical same sex dancing. http://www.walternelson.com/dr/same-sex-dance No source is given by Nelson for the image so it is impossible to say which dance they are dancing. It could be tango. Andrew David Field writing

Shanghai Calendar Girls, late 1920s?

Ray Batchelor writes: “Taken from an article by Walter Nelson and used by him as evidence of historical same sex dancing. http://www.walternelson.com/dr/same-sex-dance No source is given by Nelson for the image so it is impossible to say which dance they are dancing. It could be tango. Andrew David Field writing

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