A documentary slated to hit New York City this month boasts a hefty tease. The film, titled " Bettie Page Reveals All ," will present to those who see it an archive of never published photos of the celebrated pin-up queen. Nude photos, to be precise; ones so salacious they were almost confiscated by the police in The photos were originally taken at a "camera club," a secretive type of photography gathering that took place in empty offices across New York City in the s. Through this system, photographers could shoot women like Page in the buff, without running up against the laws that technically prevented such pictures from being published. Famous photographers like Weegee and Gordon Parks frequented the events. He's the one who snapped the never before seen camera club images that appear in the film, and somehow managed to avoid handing his film over to authorities once the venue was raided. Thankfully, Heinlein's images survived as a relic of photography's closed-door past.
Just carrying a bag and a drink. His slim, smooth body somehow distracted me. I turned my head as he passed and watched him. From the rear, I watched his bottom as he walked away. It moved like a girl's and I found myself staring.
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