Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Science discovers prehistoric SEX device

Ashley Wells, Crystal Quintero, Dhr. Seven, CC Liu, Wisdom Quarterly; DailyRecord.co.uk
This 28K-year-old siltstone phallus (shown uncensored below) was found in a German cave.
You in the mood tonight? - What do you think? - Well, in that case, leave the Happy Stone where I can see it. - Me and the guys are going over to Ugh's cave to stare at his fire.

"50 Caves of Grey" stone
It was a simpler time back then, a Republican "Dreamstime" of violence and patriarchy.
But me invent for hole different purpose!
Stone Age sex? This prehistoric sex toy proves that cavemen (half of whom were women although our sexist language conceals that) were more sexually open-minded than scientists first thought.

It is believed the 28,000-year-old smooth stone phallus -- made from 14 different pieces of silt-stone -- was used by sexually-adventurous cave dwellers.
Discovered in a cave near Ulm in Germany in 2005, it is thought to be one of the earliest "sex aids" ever discovered.
Bronze phallic amulet (Institute of Sexology)
It forms part of the Institute of Sexology exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London.

The exhibition uses objects, documents, and research to chart the history of the evolving relationship between humankind and sex.

It includes some of the earliest sex aids, sexual imagery, and the ground-breaking work of sexologists such as Sigmund Freud, William Masters, and Virginia Johnson.

Co-curator at the Wellcome Collection, Honor Beddard said: "The Institute of Sexology presents the study of sex in all its complexity and contradiction.

What else can do with stoopid rock?
"It brings together the diverse collections of data, art, testimony, and objects of those who challenged preconceived ideas about sex and tells the human stories behind the charting of sexual experience."

Another of the 2,000 objects on show spanning art, rare archival material, erotica, film, and photography is the "Vendee," a French handle-powered vibrator, which is believed to have been used by 18th century doctors to bring women who were suffering from "hysteria" to a medicinal orgasm.

Uncensored for mature audience
There is also a solid bronze phallic amulet with dangling pyramidal bells (shown above) dating back to 100-400 BC.

Historians say the first rubber sex toys were being made as early as 1850 and were used in pornographic movies from the 1930s onwards.

The exhibition promises to be "a candid exploration of the most publicly discussed of private acts" and runs until September.

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Like she wanted one this big, and I've only seen rocks this big, so I thought, What if I...

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