really old vintage photos of homosexual couples
People having a good time back in the day.
French postcard c. 1927
A sailor and his date enjoying a day in Central Park while he is on shore leave, 1943.
nowadays all dates are in bed
A 1912 photograph of women in Lucile tea apparel. This photo was featured alongside Lucile’s Her Wardrobe column in Good Housekeeping magazine.
Hysterical Women: A Visual History of the Vibrator
Today we associate vibrators with one thing: our pleasure. In the nineteenth century, however, vibrators were only used by physicians, and served the sole medical purpose of curing hysteria—that umbrella diagnosis pushed upon difficult (read: sexually frustrated) or ailing women. At the turn of the twentieth century when these gadgets first hit the market for personal use, they weren’t advertised as having any sexual benefits. Instead, manufacturers politely and euphemistically referred to the healing qualities of personal massagers, like circulation stimulation and healthier, glowing skin.
They look like weapons from Fallout to me