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Archeologists have uncovered miniature statuettes of exotic dancers near the Black Sea regions of Bulgaria and Romania that date back to the New Stone Age, or Neolithic Era, and are estimated to be over 9000 years old.

Around the same time period, the French cancan appeared in Paris and was made famous at the Moulin Rouge cabaret.

The cancan spread to America and also became a popular male pastime, as guys feasted their eyes on dancers who would lift up a leg to reveal their thighs, puffy slips, and underwear.

In the 18th century, sensuality and eroticism reigned supreme throughout Europe, compliments of the ladies of the court, who were paid to erotically entertain the menfolk as they dined during celebrations and banquets.

These female courtesans popularized the fan as a sensual prop, which they used to accent their titillating dance moves to make them look mysterious.

Audience members would toss coins at the belly dancers, representing the first time women were paid cash for their erotic dancing services.

During this time, erotic dancing was also common in the temples of India in the form of sacred rituals.

It was a gradual, soft, sensual way to undress in order to arouse.

As the name suggests, women slowly undressed themselves, layer by layer, to titillate and tease in a blatant sexually suggestive manner as they revealed more and more of their flesh, down to pasties and a G-string covering up the essentials.

But let's take a step back (way back) and look at the very beginnings of this sensual subculture.

The earliest evidence of exotic dancing can be traced to Paleolithic cave paintings in the south of France, more than 20,000 years ago.

The 1920s saw a new twist to the striptease with the addition of pole dancing.