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In [[London]] during the [[1880s]], many [[female]] '''prostitutes''' walked the [[street]]s looking for potential customers. [[Jack the Ripper]] came across several of them and [[murder]]ed them.<ref>As seen in the [[Legends of the Superheroes]] episode ''[[The Roast]]'' (1979).</ref>
 
In [[London]] during the [[1880s]], many [[female]] '''prostitutes''' walked the [[street]]s looking for potential customers. [[Jack the Ripper]] came across several of them and [[murder]]ed them.<ref>As seen in the [[Legends of the Superheroes]] episode ''[[The Roast]]'' (1979).</ref>
   
Certain places such as the [[Las Vegas Club]] were places where [[women]] would ''[[naked|strip]] [[dance]]'', and most likely in private rooms provide [[sexual|sexual services]].
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Certain places such as the [[Las Vegas Club]] were places where [[women]] would ''[[naked|strip]] [[dance]]'', and most likely in private rooms provide [[sexual|sexual services]], such as [[massage|erotic massages]].
   
 
Places like these were very common in [[city|cities]] like [[Las Vegas]].<ref>As seen in the [[Super Friends games|video arcade game:]] ''[[Superman (arcade game)|Superman]]'' (1988).</ref>
 
Places like these were very common in [[city|cities]] like [[Las Vegas]].<ref>As seen in the [[Super Friends games|video arcade game:]] ''[[Superman (arcade game)|Superman]]'' (1988).</ref>

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Prostitution

Prostitution[1]

Prostitution was a crime in most regions, which involved sexual activities in exchange for money.

In London during the 1880s, many female prostitutes walked the streets looking for potential customers. Jack the Ripper came across several of them and murdered them.[2]

Certain places such as the Las Vegas Club were places where women would strip dance, and most likely in private rooms provide sexual services, such as erotic massages.

Places like these were very common in cities like Las Vegas.[3]

Mordru sang his own version of the song That's Entertainment!, which referenced men meeting "pretty girls in the street," implying their intention to "hook up" with them. However, a closer examination of these lyrics to the song: "with a plan, that Jack the Ripper began;" indicated that in fact, they were interested in killing them.[4]

Places Where Prostitution Was OfferedEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. As seen in Superman (arcade game).
  2. As seen in the Legends of the Superheroes episode The Roast (1979).
  3. As seen in the video arcade game: Superman (1988).
  4. As seen in the Legends of the Superheroes episode The Roast (1979).

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