i can tell she's from the 30s because it's the iconic haircut for that time. was considered very 'radical' and transgressive. you could say that the 'flappers' look and daring androgynous look was ... the trans/LGBTQ+ of its time. in fact, many famous flappers were lesbian or dabbled in bisexual relationships (e.g. the poet H.D.).
weird how you fetishize women israeli IDF troopers and '30s queers and yet rail against israel/gays. louise brooks' own biographer states that, though she maintained an identity as a straight woman, she didn't 'deny' her lesbian elopements either. being bisexual and lesbian was avant-garde avant la lettre in the 1920s and 1930s.
your belle dame is essentially the 1930s equivalent of the pink spiky-haired lesbians you deplore today.
freud would have a field day with you.
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