If you’re looking for evidence about bodies in history, it doesn’t get harder than skeletons.
Tag: history of medicine
Modernization of menstrual sex resulted in an emphasis on sexual availability and variety without fundamentally altering gender hierarchies.
At the turn of the 19th century, opponents of Edward Jenner’s method for preventing smallpox likened vaccination to bestiality.
Medieval people took the idea that the food they consumed could influence their sex lives seriously.