Once a symbols of women's rights in the 1850s, the bloomer underwent several transformations in the underworld of undergarments. Popularized by suffragette, Amelia Bloomer. They were eventually replaced by drawers or knickers.
Elizabeth Needham by William Hogarth
1.) The Madam or head of a brothel. With her eyes on the law, she fronted her "commodities" bagnios (brothel) as a coffee or mantua-making shop. Exploiting men with titles of nobility was the name of the game. She would take in homeless women, orphaned girls and young women restricted by their gender because they couldn't inherit land. She was like a mother or aunt teaching women how to play the game.
2.) A wanton, enthusiastic amateur who loves to sell her body for loose coins.
Just enough to get a taste. You know that time when the cake comes out and everyone rushes to rape every joyous crumb. And here you come out of your cave yearning for just one bite. One savory crumb and there's nothing left. But because you made friends with Natalie in accounting, she was kind enough to save you a slice. And that's how I met your mother.