Rosie the Riveter
She represents the cultural feminist movement of the millions of women taking the place of men in manufacturing plants to help support the troops during World War II. This character icon, loosely based after Ms. Rose Will Monroe, sky rocketed women's economic power coining the popularized slogan: "We can do it!"
Via Hulu series Harlots
1.) A prostitute or Covent garden nun who sells pleasure and fantasy to men, preferably those with a title (Duke, Earl, etc.) or very deep pockets.
2.) A sexy woman or tart who is too hot to trot. She knows her power and uses it well.
A Japanese woman trained to be a professional singer, dance, and companion for men. With one look, a Geisha can capture a man’s heart. They are trained in a variety of arts including, literature, horticulture and music. Geisha means, “person of the arts.” Prostitutes wear the bow of their sash (obi) in front of their kimono, but the geisha wears their obi at the back.