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Dr Eleanor Janega Aug 16
It's Friday, and I wrote you a blog about sodomy, how it's not just butt stuff, not just gay, and why that's important. You know, all that good just in time for the weekend. You are welcome!
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Historical Sex Guides Aug 15
Discussion of Homosexuality from 1934 sex ed book From "Your Sex Questions Answered" by Hildegarde Esper, 1934.
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Brian M. Watson 6h
Replying to @brimwats
she uses this curiosity far better than many of us, and decided to investigate "how and why pornographers persist in drawing pornographic substance and meaning from the Victorian Gothic."
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Brian M. Watson 6h
anyhow, hits on (ugh 🙄😂) why the victorians are the perfect source for these cultures and representations. The Victorians are not one thing--they are both, simuntaneously and endlessly. But don't feel too bad--they did it first
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Brian M. Watson 4h
I really really really love and appreciate the point that is making here. One of the big things that we lack in and erotic is sources from the perspectives and authorship of women. CC
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Brian M. Watson 3h
Replying to @brimwats
"The vampire is the quintessential pornographic monster: immortal, beautiful, forever young, and insatiable. The vampire is also predatory, sensual, and seductive. But what makes the
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Brian M. Watson 6h
i legitimately laughed out loud at this quote from
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Brian M. Watson 7h
Replying to @brimwats
the list of illustrations tho, is 🔥🔥🔥🔥 there is nothing that beats (😐) a good porn parody title and Dr. Jerkoff and Mr. Hard is really *chefs kiss*
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Jacqueline Antonovich 3h
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Brian M. Watson 3h
Replying to @brimwats
only in these circles are these totally normal chapter titles... and the Caroll and Stoker quotations are well chosen, I think
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Dara Howley 8h
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Laura R. Prieto 5h
Hello, new (& longtime) followers! I tweet most about history (women, gender, race, U.S. & empire, visual culture, memory, , ), , teaching, writing, . I love links, CITATIONS, collegiality & gifs. I'm a prof :
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Brian M. Watson 4h
Replying to @pandorablake
I looked up a interviewee discussed in the introduction [] and ended up reading some more -- for me as a researcher of victorian sexualities, this was a fascinating detour into cultural recreations of )
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Brian M. Watson Aug 9
Replying to @brimwats
HEY EVERYONE presenting the "Ultimate T-shirt/Poster/Comeback"
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Dara Howley Aug 16
Learn about sodomy...it’s not just bum-stuff and it’s not just for gay men.
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Kazuki Yamada Aug 11
Archive 📸: 'The Older Homosexual' from Harry Benjamin's files ('57/'66 article). A feature on gay filmmaker Pat Rocco peeks out—'Young & Dazzling'. Stay young; grow up; fear age; be mature. The older homosexual ('especially') seems caught between many temporal pulls.
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History Workshop Aug 13
On August 11 2009, Nuala Fennell, Irish Women's Rights campaigner, died. Check out Cara Diver's article on the history of feminism and domestic violence in Ireland.
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Dara Howley Aug 12
'How can you insist...that a woman who enjoys sex thereby proves herself to be "abnormal"...if you also show that nature requires her to nourish her body with a man's semen to remain healthy?' - Marie Stopes to her male counterparts
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Brian M. Watson 7h
GUYS guess what today is today is the day where I do a of 's Alice in Pornoland FIRST UP LETS TALK ABOUT THIS AMAZING COVER 😍seriously i cant stop looking at it, well done
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Dara Howley Aug 14
On today’s agenda: lesbian history. Specifically, lesbians in the popular press in the 1930s. Will I come up with anything? Hope so!
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