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Aunt Ruth
Aunt Ruth • 2 years ago

Tauentziengirls or T-Girls - slang name for the legal prostitutes who worked on the Tauentzienstrasse in 1920s Berlin. They were characterised by their cropped hair, fashionable flapper style wardrobe and bathingcap-like hats. - from Erotic Panic: The Erotic World of Weimar Berlin.

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