|My age:||I am 25|
|What is my ethnicity:||Bulgarian|
|Tone of my iris:||Lively gray-blue|
|What is my body features:||My body type is athletic|
|What is my favourite drink:||Rum|
|What I prefer to listen:||Dance|
The ravishing burlesque stripper Lili St. Her glass bathtub act, which challenged the social mores of the time, was the most famous of her routines. The curtain would rise to reveal St. Cyr in her naked majesty in the tub.
After some splashing around, she would emerge and do a reverse striptease, dressing very slowly to raucous applause and whistling. Why dress rather than undress? Because there was a city by-law prohibiting dancers from leaving the stage wearing less clothing than what they had on when they went on.
The Public Morality Committee, founded by Dr. Cyr beat the rap. It all started in the s when, seizing the opportunity offered by stringent American prohibition laws, cabarets started to open in Montreal. To the dismay of Drapeau and Plante, a of playhouses and numerous brothels also sprung up.
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A certain Anna Labelle Beauchamp is said to have operated a hundred of them alone! Saint-Laurent, Clark and Stanley streets were well known sites for these illicit activities.
Can you guess what Lili St. Oh Lili! Five times the average annual salary of the day! To discover.
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