Fedor Andreevich Makhnov, who was born in Russian Empire in 1878, was 285 cm tall and weighed 182 kg. His shoe size was enough for a 12-year-old to fit in. He was working as a circus performer, as his strength matched his physique.
These are the covers of Iranian magazine Sepid o Siah, 1974-1977 editions, and humor Tofigh Magazine, which reveal not-so-shy girls without any wraps or hijabs. This was before the Islamic revolution in 1979.
Canada’s Montreal was widely known as the city of sin, because 40% of its economy was coming from Americans crossing the border to come here drinking, gambling and spending time with these “sweet” women.