Why is women’s masturbation absent from most studies examining sexual practices of early modern people?
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The ‘French disease’ erupted in Europe in 1495.
The American Revolution is impossible to understand without food and sex at its center.
Jennifer Evans The word aphrodisiac conjures images of oysters and chocolate, or perhaps peppers to ‘spice things up’. Nearly everyone knows that these foods have a long history of being considered aphrodisiacs. Yet it is worth devoting a little more attention to how these foods were described in the past […]
Marianna Muravyeva Russian history of sexuality is very problematic. We have yet a lot to discover about same-sex relationships, sexual variations and attitudes to various sexual practices on the Russian pathway to modernity. The little we know suggests that one’s sexual identity was subject to close scrutiny from the community, the […]
Same-sex couples in the early modern period claimed marriage in their own particular ways.
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