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The emphasis was initially on bare legs, short skirts or swim suits and shapely figures; but in the s such photos started to show naked breasts. Peter Marshall writes, "Even in the relatively bohemian atmosphere of Carmel, California in the s and '30s, Edward Weston had to photograph many of his models without showing their faces, and some 75 years on, many communities are less open about such things than Carmel was then. Unlike earlier drawings, action could not be shown. Pseudo- classical scene with kithara. A scandalous fetishist, notorious transsexual, the man who has sex with dolls, performs auto-fellatio and mixes his sperm with paint. Portrait by Bellocqc. Although he started as a painter, Pierre Molinier turned towards photography early in his career, as he realized it was the medium that can work better when it comes to the distortion of reality. Along with the images, Monsieur X gifted texts from the private notebooks of some of the photographed women, illuminating the details of their daily rituals. Calling himself a man without a moral, Pierre Molinier was way ahead of his time, rejected even by the leading surrealists who ironically insisted on those very same ideas Molinier was brave enough to explore without boundaries.