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Can Can dancers at the Moulin Rouge (1904)

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Uploaded on Feb 25, 2013

Can Can dancers at the Moulin Rouge (1904).
Originally, the word Can-Can in French meant "Scandal, " or "Edge", since they usually danced on the edge of the stage. The Can-Can is said to be the start of public nudity, because of the bare legs above the stockings to the frilly panties, which at the time was very indecent. Eventually the Can Can costume consisted of sporting fishnet stockings, high heels, bustier's, feathers and frilly skirts.

...for more info. on the Can-Can and others see:
http://www.streetswing.com/histmain/z...

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