18th century clothing erotic
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Throughout history, fashion has always reflected the social status or the wealth of an individual, the customs of groups of people, and even the relation of people with their body. At the time, stays were strongly linked to the idea of modesty. On the other hand, a woman not wearing stays was thought to have morals as loose as her body. Some male Renaissance artists depicted this subject, but it is doubtful that any depicted it accurately because this sphere was completely closed off to men. Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana Original Location. However, they could occasionally lead to sex between women.
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For modern eyes, the eroticism surrounding stays in the eighteenth century can appears as a key to understand some of the aspects of femininity of this period. Wikimedia Commons Rights. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in. In this image, an older woman revealingly lifts her gown exposing her shapely legs, public area, and stomach. Woman and Her Maid Creator. Zichy, a Hungarian-born artist who we spotted on Juxtapoz , worked as an art teacher before being elevated to the position of court artist for Czar Alexander II.
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On the other hand, a woman not wearing stays was thought to have morals as loose as her body. Thus, sexual intercourse and gratification was thought to be impossible between two women. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Also, prints showing mostly women supplied a growing market for both homosexual and heterosexual erotica. Indeed, the tight embrace of the garment on the body and the panting breath caused by the sudden pressure on the lungs gave women an appealing sexualized look. Typically, they depicted Diana goddess of the hunt, the moon, and chastity or Venus goddess of love and sex bathing with nymphs. Because most women did not wear underwear until the eighteenth-century, sexual access to female bodies was higher.
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