Vintage Sunday


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5 Responses to “Vintage Sunday”

  1. 1 Tony

    I’m guessing the first picture is of Sorority pledges. Or is that wishful thinking on my part

  2. I’m thinking dancers late for rehearsal.

  3. 3 cindy2

    I was sure one of you naughty guys would say the first picture was of credit card swipers at a checkout before the different credit card companies integrated their systems. Starting on the far left: Master Card, Visa, American Express, Discover, and one for a yet-to-be-established credit card.

  4. 4 Rikki

    What’s fascinating/puzzling about the first one is that the group is racially integrated. The shoes and stockings make it look early 20th century to me. What institutions in those days would have been integrated? In the USA, I think only houses of ill repute.

    At any rate, only the one on the far end is arching her back properly. But it looks like the others are about to learn.

    The middle picture looks pretty realistic, as these things go. Judging from her “wounds” I think she’s actually been spanked … well.

  5. 5 DJ

    The first picture is from circa 1930 (note the bobbed hair juxtaposition with the curls of the first and middle girl and the shoes).

    Not mixed race I doubt – the darker girl is swarthy rather than black. But it is unusual to have so many girls in one shoot if it is a conventional porno of the time.

    It might be a prank set-up by some adventurous girls, but the undertone of spanking posture (especially of the far girl and the one in the middle) adds to a suggestion of the sorority.

    This seems unlikely although I have heard of sorority ‘black museums’ that contain many hazing initiation archives for members eyes only. One account once told me of a pre-war (first) bare bottom paddle line up (the informant, a woman, got it from another sorority girl who served as president and didn’t see the pictures).

    My guess is that it is a club girl line up or ‘slapper at’ party.

    The second is Debbie from Nu West in the 1970s. She was an early pioneered taking it for real in contrast to the faked flage of the 40s, 50s and 60s.

    The third is from a 1930s movie and may be Ginger Rogers. Someone will know.

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