The Victorian Erotic Romance Trilogy
When I thought it was done, he came back onto the bed with a dildo, a really big dildo. I received this book for free from the author in exchange for this honest review. Interestingly, it was Monbron who introduced French audiences to Fanny Hill by translating the novel into French. The intersection between this sadomasochistic plotting and themes of female desire, individualism, and institutionalization, allows us to investigate how the pleasure of these novels originates in and plays with problematic patriarchal ideologies. Hi , Welcome to BookRix!
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May 12, Matt Gianni rated it really liked it. But there is one fact we know for sure: Vibrators — er, excuse me, " personal massagers " — as we know them were invented in the Victorian era. From there, it was just a short detour, down a quaint and dark alleyway, before she found herself writing Victorian steampunk erotica. Or, conversely, some things that we currently think of as freaky trends were considered totally vanilla and normal hundreds of years ago. Were Victorian women prescribed jill-off sessions that way doctors today prescribe foot ointment? Preview — Steam Geared by Robinette Waterson.
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