Gloria Brame, Ph.D.

Vintage photo: 1920s lesbian couple

Filed By Gloria Brame, Ph.D. | February 20, 2010 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment, Gay Icons and History
Tags: gay history, lesbian couple, lesbian love, vintage photo

Charming vintage image ...and I think we know who's the daddy.


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Did Maury Povich take the photo?

"You are NOT the Daddy!"

Judas Peckerwood | February 21, 2010 1:44 AM

"...and I think we know who's the daddy."

I have bow to your superior perceptive abilities in this matter.

Your memorabilia and other "finds" are marvelous. I very much look forward to seeing them, so please, please keep posting!!

Totally agree with 'canon' here.... The gal with the chopped off bangs reminds me a bit of the little-girl character from the 'The Little Rascals', eh? :)

Bah!! As soon as you think you know who the "daddy" is... you find out... there aint no daddy. Just two dykes.

I bet they 69'd.
Since we are all taking guesses.

So these two people definitely 69'd. I was there. I saw it.

I may be very old, but I definitely remember what happened that night. That old whore may be dead now, but I got mine, that night.

Oh, it was a chilly night, a bit brisk. But let me tell you, she was the best I had in ages. She started stripping me down, and pleasured me in the most intricate ways. There's no way I would have disagreed to that, being the gentleman that I was.

Given 90 years, I am not sure I am the gentleman that I was in my youth. However, I would still gladly give it to a horny flapper in need.

I am sorry I'm 90 years late, but I had to speak up sometime.

Gratefully yours,