Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 15 of 21

Thread: ✿ Sєducт*ons & Sтr*p тєasєs тнrougнouт H*sтory ✿

  1. #1
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Arrow ✿ Sєducт*ons & Sтr*p тєasєs тнrougнouт H*sтory ✿

    Somewhere back in time, when clothing was lesser, some woman dropped her glove.
    Provoking the imagination with the wild, abandon of their bodies, wanton women
    who shed their clothing and shame at will have held their sway throughout
    time and we couldn't help but follow some of the sexiest 'teases'
    back to their earliest erotic origins.



  2. #2
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default




    Inanna’s decent to Underworld

    Inanna is the Sumerian goddess of love and war. According to the Sumerian mythology The underworld was ruled by Ereshkigal, Inanna’s sister.
    Inanna wished to descend the underworld to attend the final rites of her brother-in-law, who was killed while defending her honor.
    The underworld could only be reached by its seven gates, each guarded by a gatekeeper. As Inanna reaches the first gate, she is asked by the
    keeper to give away a piece of her clothing as homage, as 'It is just the ways of the Underworld'. She obliges; Inanna passes through every
    gate by wearing one less item she was wearing at the start of the journey. When she reached her sister, she was naked. For a legend that is regarded
    as the oldest reference of a striptease, Inanna’s striptease set the standards and the guidelines for other strips!

  3. #3
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default



    Meneka


    Hindu mythology refers to four angels / nymphs / sirens, Urvashi, Menaka, Tilotama and Rambha who eternally reside in swarg (heaven),
    serving as courtesan dancers. The most popular story is the seduction of rishi Vishwamitra by Menaka. Vishwamitra was unwavering on gaining the title of
    Brahma-rishi, highest title for a sage. Indra (lord of heaven), however, started to speculate his motives and bowing down to his insecurities
    ordered Menaka to allure the rishi away from his tapasya. Her descent to the mortal world also concurs with a strip enforced by a powerful wind.
    A naked Menaka seduces Vishvamitra, who obviously gives in.

    Hindu mythology also has references of a seductive dance style called Mohiniattam. Mohini in English translates to seductress and attam
    refers ‘to be graceful’. The word Mohiniattam, hence, refers to a graceful seductress. The dance is said to be created by Lord Vishnu.
    Last edited by Fastidious; 27-04-2009 at 01:26 PM.

  4. #4
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default



    Dance of the Seven Veils

    On the Occasion of King Herod’s birthday (Salome’s step-father) Salome performs a strip tease to please him.
    The kind is so enticed by the dance that he promises to fulfill Salome’s one wish. “I will that thou give me by and
    by in a charger the head of John the Baptist”, says Salome. The dance became famous as the ‘Dance of the Seven Veils’
    (there were seven veils covering Salome’s body) and was practiced and interpreted in various other mediums. The most famous is
    the stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s version of the legend, titled Salome, is regarded as the origin of modern striptease.
    Maud Allan, was a famous practitioner of Wilde’s play on the stage and gave a private performance for King Edward VII.



  5. #5
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default



    Empress Theodora


    Theodora, the queen of Byzantine Empire, started her life as a courtesan and actress.
    The traits of being an artist stuck with her even when she became the most influential woman
    in sixth century Byzantine Empire. In day time she used to disrobe as far as the laws of the day allowed
    and used to often strip for her husband Justinian, the Byzantine Emperor. There is however,
    no textual record available as Theodora and Justinian were adjudged as saints by the
    Christian Church or maybe just because those were the Dark Ages.

  6. #6
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default



    Dance of the Bee

    The dancer, (usually gorgeous) searches for an imaginary bee trapped inside her clothes.
    She attempts to free herself of the stinging bee by removing her clothes one by one.
    This dance was introduced by the gypsy dancers of Africa, known as Ghawazee.
    They have also been credited as the originators of modern Belly-Dancing or Raqs Sharqi.
    Not much is known about them due to lack of historical documentation.

    However, this dance form started in North Africa made its way to Egypt and spread around the Middle East.
    The oldest account however has references of Kuchuk Hanem a popular practitioner of this form of dance.
    The oriental dances, a collective term for Middle Eastern dances, made their way to US in 1893 World's
    Fair and were popularized by a dancer known as Little Egypt.

  7. #7
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default



    Dance of the Flea

    Practiced in France, this is a version of the dance of the bee. The difference is however in the unrestrained movements.
    The most infamous practitioner was the Dutch dancer Mata Hari, who made her debut in 1905. An overnight sensation,
    she used to shed her clothes little-by-little until only her bejeweled undergarments remained.
    Moulin Rouge (French for Red Windmill), built in 1889, became the most prominent club in France during this period.



  8. #8
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default



    Gown and Glove Dance

    Originated in America, this dance form was a direct cultural interpretation of the dance of the bee.
    Women practicing this style came onstage dressed in expensive dresses, usually a long and classy,
    single zippered evening gown and a pair of leather gloves. The act itself was simple;
    starting with the gloves and going down to the gown.

  9. #9
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default




    Go-Go Dancing

    This dance originated when women at the Peppermint Lounge in New York City started dancing the twist,
    while standing on the tables. The main purpose was to entertain the audience present in a particular venue.



    Carol Doda is regarded as the first female who started go-go dancing topless (after she got a breast implant)
    at the Condor Club on Broadway. Her career spanned over two decades. Whisky-a-Go-Go was the first club
    to have go-go cages. These cages were suspended from the ceiling and the dancer would get inside and lock her self in.


  10. #10
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default



    Lap Dancing

    The Mitchell Brothers O'Farrell Theatre, which was originally a theatre showing only X-rated movies, started lap dancing in 1980.
    The clients could ask the dancers (obviously naked) to sit on their laps for $1 tip. The club was formed by The Mitchell Brothers,
    directors of the cult porn movie ‘Behind The Green Door.



  11. #11
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default



    Pole Dancing

    Pole Dancing originated in the USA, spread to Canada and later the world.
    Pole Dancing has direct origins from the acts of Belle Jangles at Mugwumps strip club in Oregon in 1968.
    The dancer strips her clothes while dancing around a pole, which is used for support and as a maneuvering prop.

  12. #12
    SB Legend Brigadier General Fastidious's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    Posts
    22,723
    Rep Power
    100

    Default


  13. #13
    °l||l°Lucky 4 Girls°l||l° Brigadier General im_thebestin's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2006
    Location
    CosmoS
    Posts
    28,761
    Rep Power
    100

    Default

    wonderful thread .... with lots of knowladge on the TOPIC
    MinD bLowinG sEx cAn teMporally eRasE yOur mEmOry
    ~Swami : Sameer BaBa~


  14. #14
    सत्यमेव जयते Field Marshal Baadsah's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Location
    In heart of love
    Posts
    71,132
    Rep Power
    100

    Default

    Nice informations!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks for sharing!
    You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones every dog that barks.
    -Winston Churchill



  15. #15
    Machinehead Lieutenant General ignoramusenator's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Location
    Neverland
    Posts
    53,738
    Rep Power
    100

    Default

    wowo, dats a lot of info


    Make My Day

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •