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Victorian Era BDSM

It's Relatively Taboo...

The term 'Victorian' has acquired a range of hypocritically applied connotations regarding a particularly strict set of moral standards. Victorian prudery went so far as to consider it improper to say 'leg' in formal company; instead, they preferred using euphemisms such as 'limb'. These ideas also pervaded seemingly unrelated aspects of daily life: furniture such as tables were covered with embroidery and tablecloths so that table legs were hidden from view. Contrary to what you might expect, Queen Victoria enjoyed drawing and collecting male nude figure drawings. She even gave one to her husband as a birthday gift. Typical middle-class brides of the era usually knew nothing about sex and only learned about their husbands' expectations for it on their wedding night. The experience often was traumatic. Contrary to popular belief, however, Victorians recognized that both men and women enjoyed a little copulation. Verbal or written communication of emotion or sexual feelings was also often proscribed so people used the language of flowers instead. However, Victorians also wrote explicit erotica, the most famous being the racy tell-all diary, My Secret Life, by the pseudonym Walter (allegedly Henry Spencer Ashbee), and the magazine The Pearl. Victorian erotica also survives in private letters archived in museums and even in a study of women's orgasms.

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