THE VAUDEVILLE VIXENS
They came from the most refined families. Initially resigned to dull handicrafts, improving literature, and lackluster courtships, they thrilled to the words of an alluring stranger in a fascinating hat:
I want you to hit me as hard as you can.
Fisticuffs ensued, tea cups were smashed, and a gazebo was set ablaze. Victorious and battle-scarred, the newly-christened Vaudeville Vixens cast off the shackles of Ideal Womanhood and took to the roller derby track. By day, they supported themselves with the skills they once found so unfulfilling, but by night, they proved that they were more than the sum of their arts. Their daring athletic exploits resulted in notoriety, scandal, and high-quality entertainment.
They were no longer Good Society.