She will remain the queen of these genres, probably, till the end of human existence. As it’s been mentioned in the book , by Richard Foster, and many other published articles through the years, it was Tibbs, according to Bettie Page, who is responsible for her wearing her traditional bangs.Which brings me to the inset photo above, of the black police officer. (A hair style she continued to wear until the day she died.) Why is this piece being written? The first being that whenever a bio of Bettie Page is written, they kind of rush over the fact that Page was discovered on the beach of Coney Island by a cop, who liked to do photography on the side, as a hobby.Oh, the stories I could tell you....then who cares about this closet case?See link To the poster at r26 who mentioned Skip Ewing. I had my own little run in with Skip Ewing in the summer of 1989.Sometimes they say he was a black cop, but they usually rush through it at the speed of light.
Kenney Chesney is THE Closet Coward, of Country Music.
Bettie Page’s pictures from the early 1950s are responsible for sparking the fetish and bondage scenes, which live on to this day.
Trust me, there’d be no Suicide Girls, Dita Von Teese, or any other like-minded scene if it wasn’t for the popularity of Bettie Page. It turns out, Tibbs also knew how to make a woman look good in a photo.
Like anyone who likes Dusty isn't going to listen to the real thing not some idiot's tribute album!
Although he's known more as a song writer than a performer, let me throw Skip Ewing in for consideration.