The flapper girl was a flapper girl. The “flapper girl” is a prostitute. “Wearing the flapper” was the act of putting on clothing in order to seduce the male client. The “woman in a dress” was a prostitute. The “man in a dress” was the flapper girl. Thus, the word “man in dress” was to be reserved for a man who wanted to buy, not a woman, a man in a dress who wanted to buy and who wanted to have sex with the woman they were buying. The man in a dress, in the parlance, was bought and was not bought and so the “man in a dress” is the same man as the “womens” or “women in dresses” in an exchange for sex. The “man in a dress” is the man who paid for the women in the exchange. The “man in a dress” is not someone who paid for something and then refused to pay for it at the end. He was not an “abuser” or “slut” of any kind. The concept of the woman in a suit (as opposed to a “womens”) was a marketing ploy (a ploy for the client to purchase the women in their business).
We often think of flappers as glamorous and beautiful, but that’s not the entire story. The actual historical reality is that they were often slaves. But before you start blaming the black men on the internet for the enslavement to the Southern cotton and cotton plantations, you must understand that the “white slave owners” of the South were often slave owners themselves. That is why the majority of women in the business had to be enslaved. They paid for their work. They were used by the man who bought them (usually the master of a plantation).
How did a man buy a woman?
A man bought a woman because a man can be bought. A man is a man at any price. A man can be bought by a man, a man can be bought by a woman, but the man cannot be bought by a man and a woman, or a man and a woman, or a man by a woman, a man by a woman or a man by a woman who is a prostitute. The “woman in a dress” is a prostitute. The “woman in a suit” is a whore.
The real story of the “man in a suit” could never have been told in an old magazine
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