Please don’t strawman what I wrote.James Joyce had a fart fetish and was into buttfucking his wife. E.H Lawrence wrote self-insert porn of himself being gang-raped by swarthy Arabs, and it was published as part of a bestselling novel (Lawrence of Arabia). He also wrote one of the most scandalous novels of all time (Lady Chatterly's Lover). Mozart was sexually attracted to his cousin, and they exchanged obscene letters to each other. Mozart also wrote an ode to analingus. One of the degenerate popes was known for throwing a party where he had whores crawl naked on the ground for scattered chestnuts while guests masturbated on them. Nero would dress in a lion-skin and "savage the genitals" of women in his court- often in public.
Pretending that sexual perversion somehow appeared out of thin air in the last 50 years and that people before then all just had sex with the lights off just like the Film-Authority approved movies showed is shockingly ignorant.
And you don’t think taking the highly specific sexual proclivities of the degenerate and libertine moneyed elite and extrapolating that to the Joe Schmoes of those times to be a gross generalization???
I’m going to lay out my bias right here for everyone to see:
I’ve seen this sentiment before and in my opinion it usually comes from leftists who believe in moral relativism.
I don’t buy into that train of thought.
I’ve read my share of De Sade and Venus in furs.
For clarity’s sake I was referring to the pre- porn on the internet boom when getting access to pornographic material was harder and niche subject matter even more so.
Being something of an afficianado of Bettie Paige, and Tempest Storm’s pinups and media my conclusions were drawn from that source material.
There is a huge difference in what was considered risqué and pornographic then versus our standards now.