perhaps then ok

Bo Diddley n- Rock n’ Roll


Patsy Cline wearing the banned pantsuit in a photograph taken for an Opry sponsor

❞Patsy Cline was outspoken, brash and bawdy, but Opry management preferred that female cast members present themselves as demure and ladylike – preferably in full, square dance-style dresses. When Patsy Cline appeared in a lavender pantsuit and cowgirl hat, she was asked not to wear the outfit on the show again.

Patsy Cline wearing the banned pantsuit in a photograph taken for an Opry sponsor

Patsy Cline was outspoken, brash and bawdy, but Opry management preferred that female cast members present themselves as demure and ladylike – preferably in full, square dance-style dresses. When Patsy Cline appeared in a lavender pantsuit and cowgirl hat, she was asked not to wear the outfit on the show again.
coffeeandspentbrass

So I’m hoping a load of people are going to come out in support of me here but I’ve got that sinking feeling I may be alone in this.

Our toilet broke so I was in shopping for new ones and the sales person joked (no doubt for the millionth time) that I’ll want one that automatically puts the seat down after I’m finished with it. I ‘joked’ back and said if I didn’t have a wife I could save money and not buy one with a seat and I’d never have to hear women complaining about putting it down again. To which he gave me a strange look and said “but what about when you need to poop?” I naturally pointed out that I’m a guy and therefore don’t put the seat down, I sit on the rim of the bowl. Several embarrassing moments later, I realize that I’ve misunderstood my entire life and that guys do indeed use the toilet seat. I left empty handed and red faced.

Thinking about it now, it makes sense. Especially how men’s restrooms have seats. But I just assumed it was a unisex/cost saving/oversight deal.

superdames:

—Cat-Man Comics #1 (1941) by Charles Quinlan

superdames:

—Cat-Man Comics #1 (1941) by Charles Quinlan

modrules:

Image found on Vintage Point

modrules:

Image found on Vintage Point

Tex Ritter - Jealous Heart

warnerarchive:

Norma Shearer reveals a stocking problem in A Lady of Chance (1928)

warnerarchive:

Norma Shearer reveals a stocking problem in A Lady of Chance (1928)