On screen they were often models of hetero female purity to feed to the masses but at home they were real women with real women's issues and lives that didn't conform to the Studio propaganda.
Loretta Young had an illegitimate child with Clark Gable, something she was forced to conceal until her death. The Studio she worked for made her pretend she'd adopted the child.
Here's a tidbit from imdb about Ms. Scott:
According to Diana McClellan's book on Sappho Hollywood, "The Girls,"
Scott was shunned late in the studio era for her sexual orientation. It
was seen as an obscenity for Scott to be associated with lesbians as
well as lesbian night clubs and dives in Los Angeles. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0779507/bio
Deborah Kerr, often portrayed as a virginal saint on-screen, had two troubled marriages ending in divorce and estrangement, respectively, possibly owing to all the rumors of affairs and documented claims by numerous actors and co-stars (including Burt Lancaster) that she was an expert seductress.
From now to showtime, it's gonna be stuff I never published but just want out of my archives. Lots of odds thing, rarities, some homely things, one-of-a-kind stuff (meaning a ton of amateur porn), and goodness (ahem, I mean GODDESS) knows what. Starting with this extremely confusing cover art for what I believe is a vintage lesbian erotica magazine (?).
These caught my attention a while ago because I've never seen photos quite like these . The hairstyles and that funkalicious sofa/divan make me think late 1930s-early 1940s. Does anyone know what kind of camera shot these?