IT’S 1937, and Life Magazine is running a feature on how housewives undress in front of their husbands. No husbands are featured.
The story informs readers:
“Ex-Burlesque stripper, Professor June St. Clair, sexily undressing as a typical wife clumsily disrobes next to her during a demonstration on how wives should undress in front of their husbands’ in the bedroom, for a class at the Allen Gilbert School of Undressing.”
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