A. They were not in high heels, but they were high shoes for walking across the street, or sitting on, on a narrow porch.
Q. Did this era have any kind of dress code?
A. The women wore high heels and no makeup but there was always a bit of perfume.
Q. Were they dressed casually?
Q. Did they wear a dress to church on Sunday mornings?
A. Yes. They usually wore high heels but they sometimes wore a t-shirt and maybe a blue blouse underneath.
Q. Were the girls wearing silk stockings?
Q. So are these women the ones who were not wearing heels or stockings?
Q. Did these women have full figure figures?
Q. Did you know the dress code at your school?
Q. Is that right?
A. Yes it was to dress modestly to church but they were supposed to wear high heels and stockings.
Q. Were these women the same as the older ladies that you had seen in your school?
A. Oh, yes, we were so in love with the women in those days because they had full figure figures, full breasts and full butts.
Q. What about their hair? Was it a normal long, curly hair that was used in this industry?
A. Yes, it was that full thick curl that the girls had.
Q. How long do you think it was.
A. About two inches or three.
Q. Well, do you remember what dress code they wore and what they were wearing in other parts of their lives?
A. Oh yes, a full body skirt or the skirt, and black stockings and high heels.
Q. What color were these stockings?
A. White stockings, they looked like these, these short white stockings, were black with a white stripe, that is white. . . .”
Q. How did they show off their figure? What did they use in other parts of their life?
A. They used the same type of thing that I used to do in my school. . . .”
The following excerpt from the letter was signed by a number of women who were in the industry who
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