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I Have No Idea What To Call This
historical-nonfiction: In the 1890s, there was a brief craze among aristocratic women for nipple piercings. In fact many ladies had small chains, instead of rings, fastened from breast to breast, and a celebrated actress of the Gaiety Theater wore “a pearl chain with a bow at each end.” They were supposed to improve the bustline, as well as be titillating.