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2014-02-03 01:05:41 AM  
3 votes:
Q: Who said history was boring?

A: Pathetic losers who don't know any better.
2014-02-03 06:00:15 AM  
2 votes:

fusillade762: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 306x423]

What the hell is going on in this one? Are they using some kind of winch and basket mechanism?


After much inspection, it looks like that is what that is. It was super confusing to me, until I realized the figure on the bottom was supposed to be the male,and the one in the basket, female. Then I was just regular confused. I did not think the 18th century had a sex position I didn't know about but lo, there it is. The one where you put your woman in a basket with a hole cut in the bottom and then you put it up on some kind of pulley thingy and then you manually lower her up and down on your penis. Or at least....I think that's what's happening.

The real question is why. Is this what people actually did, to somehow make sure the woman wasn't in control of the sex (riding the man) despite being on top, or was this supposed to be a visual joke? I don't get it.
2014-02-03 07:34:23 AM  
1 votes:

groppet: kling_klang_bed: Eh, check out old Japanese, Indian and Roman erotic art. The Brits were tame in comparison, and probably were too afraid to showcase the titanic ding dongs of the Africans, Irish or Scots back in the day.

I remember reading something about Pompii that when they found anything sexual they would hide it or cover it up so as not to offend the tourists. Recently I saw something on the digs there and now they show it all. Good to see they are not as prudy anymore.


Hell, look no further than:

2.bp.blogspot.com

Not the high-powered sex guide like alot of groups would have you believe, but it was porno for it's day. The really old texts
2014-02-03 06:22:14 AM  
1 votes:

ambercat: fusillade762: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 306x423]

What the hell is going on in this one? Are they using some kind of winch and basket mechanism?

After much inspection, it looks like that is what that is. It was super confusing to me, until I realized the figure on the bottom was supposed to be the male,and the one in the basket, female. Then I was just regular confused. I did not think the 18th century had a sex position I didn't know about but lo, there it is. The one where you put your woman in a basket with a hole cut in the bottom and then you put it up on some kind of pulley thingy and then you manually lower her up and down on your penis. Or at least....I think that's what's happening.

The real question is why. Is this what people actually did, to somehow make sure the woman wasn't in control of the sex (riding the man) despite being on top, or was this supposed to be a visual joke? I don't get it.


Not sure where the confusion stems from. Looking at the pic I immediately thought of a Vietnamese spin-fark chair.
/yes I know the pics don't represent Vietnamese people.
/no I don't know where or when I initially came to know of the VSFC. I think it may have actually been a comedian that mentioned it in a routine, I don't remember.
2014-02-03 04:49:01 AM  
1 votes:
www.blakeneymanor.com

"A man may fight for many things: his country, his principles, his friends, the glistening tear on the cheek of a golden child. But personally I'd mud wrestle my own mother for a ton of cash, an amusing clock, and a sack of French porn."
2014-02-03 03:37:02 AM  
1 votes:
I ſhall not deny that I have, on ſundry Occasions, reſorted to ſuch erotick Gravures, and ſpent myſelf into Diſsolution whilſt gazing upon them. Yet let Gentle-Men of Reaſon bear Witneſs to the poor Phyſick of theſe Wretches. E'en the moſte ſcandalous of Charing-Cross Harlots hath not the titanick Boſoms here depicted, yet i'truth one may perceive that the Models from which the Artiſt hath made his Work do want of ſuſtenance. Would that my Lord Admiral Sir Edward Montagu might bring them the Victuals that bear his goodly name; then might we ſee a great Improvement in their Pallor and Humours. What Sport then, O my Gentles! Alack, for this better Claſs of French Portrait, one muſt part with a Groat or two, and I have made a Promiſe to myſelf that I ſhall not again add the ſin of Waſtefulneſs to the Crime of Onan.
2014-02-03 03:35:42 AM  
1 votes:
Hmm. Those look like they were made from molds - and if they weren't one-offs, there might be more of them somewhere.
A pretty exciting find - too bad prudery ever got involved. It's painful to think about all the great art that has been lost because some asshole thought it was "dirty", or somehow offensive to their deity.
2014-02-03 12:09:54 AM  
1 votes:
i.dailymail.co.uk

What the hell is going on in this one? Are they using some kind of winch and basket mechanism?
 
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