Sabrina Crowley

Fri, 19 May 2017 21:26:28 +0000

Scandalous Women in History

    Cora Pearl: Probably the classiest gal on the list, Cora was born in England in 1835 with much less than a silver spoon in her mouth. She pulled off a French education though, and she used her good looks and social grace to claw her way to the top... even if she had to dance naked and bathe naked in champagne a few times. Whatever.

    Believed to be what she may have looked like in real life.

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