Mae West Nude, Getting Naked, Fighting Father Time…and Living

Mae West at age 40, in 1933. In her later years, Mae West spoke out against nudity in feature films – not on a moral basis but because she felt it didn’t allow the imagination to wander. “Never drop the seventh veil,” she once said about actors appearing naked in film or on stage. She also felt that – well, as she put it, “The sex parts, they ain’t got no personality.” Mae West at age 33, in 1926 – showing skin but not dropping the seventh veil. In a scene from her play Sex. In the 1920s, when she

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