Inside Le Monocle, the Parisian Lesbian Nightclub of the 1930s

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If you were to hang around Montmartre after sundown in the 1920s & 30s, it’s likely you were looking for something a little more Avant-Garde than what you might find on the Parisian Left Bank. At the time, it was a haven for struggling artists, bohemians, burlesque dancers, and straying husbands as well as a vibrant gay & lesbian community. In Montmartre, they … Continue reading

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