But there are reports of women using strap-on dildos on women and men for explicitly erotic encounters in various pornographic memoirs pre-dating the U.S. Civil War. Whips, Chains, Canes, and BDSM
In the medieval period, poor boys would often use hazel nuts for marbles, if there was no suitable clay near them. Hazel nuts [cob nuts] were equally used to play the game then called 'conquers', before the horse chestnut tree was introduced into England in the late 16th century.
Love and sex in Georgian England, according to this vulgar 1785 dictionary Grose's dirty dictionary published in 1785 gives us a peek into sex and the seedy underworld of England's Georgian age. September 9, 2021. /. This article originally appeared in the Spring edition of the vintage EROS magazine, which was published in four 1962 issues and ...
The first documented condoms were made from linen, tied with a ribbon, and fitted over the entire penis or tip. Condoms were also made from leather and, by the 1700s, from animal membranes, such as intestines or bladders softened with chemicals. By the 1800s, they were created “from the coecum of sheep.”.
Not-So-Nice Work: Prostitution in 18th-Century London. What price virtue? It’s time for decadent revels a la Studio 54, 1770s style, in the newest installment of my column, Anglo Files TGIF: “Mrs. Cornelys Brings Nightclubbing to Georgian London”, just posted on Anglotopia. But do linger for a moment with me here before you visit Cornelys ...
5 years ago. He came op with the words sadism and masochism. And made a very popular book about sexual behaviors, partly in Latin so not every one could read it.. quote wiki: Krafft-Ebing's principal work is Psychopathia Sexualis: eine Klinisch-Forensische Studie (Sexual Psychopathy: A Clinical-Forensic Study), which was first published in 1886 and expanded in subsequent editions.
In this week’s ongoing series of articles on British Slang, we’re going to get personal and talk about words relating to sex and the bedroom. There are ample phrases for the male and female genitalia along with certain insults and phrases worth a giggle. This list was a lot of fun to put together when […]
There were 4,116 cases in 1900 and 6,135 cases in 1917. It went into a sharp decline after World War I, but there were still well over 400 birchings as late as 1935. Unlike adult JCP, from 1847 onwards it could be ordered by ordinary local magistrates for various offences, but in practice nearly always for petty larceny (stealing).
Over the years there have been several book published containing variations of these designs. Some are black and white only versions of the fashions, others are less crisp colorized versions and then there is my favorite the 1912 version by M. Paul Cornu. In 1912 many of them were re-worked and sold as a 4 "folio" set.
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