TCM showed Faster Pussycat. At the time,I found it a bore mostly, not noir. But it has some nice photography and a look to it in places. However, I'd like to give it another look since others seem to see greater merit in it than I do.
I watched Bad Girls Go To Hell and Indecent Desires a while back. I doubt they'll pass a noir-o-meter test either. I saw Lorna decades ago and it didn't strike me as being noir. I now have a copy that I can watch some time. These movies can be a lot of fun to watch.
Bad Girls and Indecent are by the auteur Doris Wishman, and she has a definite way of casting the females, writing and directing. She also casts men and photographs them so that they look like leering jerks. These two films often show women in various stages of dressing and undressing, pretty erotic usually. The camera becomes a peeping tom. There are story lines. Some of the gals manage to carry the movie as in Bad Girls. Wishman's movies seem to be in a class by themselves, what with poor and hesitant sound tracks, non-existent acting mostly, the look of the apartments, and her idiosyncratic choices in photographing and editing. I can't say how unique she is because I haven't seen these other kinds of roughies. But I give her a lot of credit for creating this body of work and doing her thing.
There is some relation to noir here in having the vulnerable protagonist with various people taking advantage of her. We are also seeing here a moral universe that's not shown in mainstream films of the time as it is here. This focus on sex, sometimes rape, sometimes sexual conquest, sometimes fetishes, sometimes lesbian lines, is akin (a second or third cousin) to a noir film that focuses on crime. It's like they share an underground characteristic. They have the "city" in common and a sense of being trapped, sometimes by the apartments, sexual desire, the lack of cash, being in a man's world, and having no job. I can't say I see fatalism in them, however.