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A recent dream - 18th century Paris?
Saturday, October 15, 2011
I enjoy trying to get into the mind of people I write about, male and female. This particular dream, which came to me recently, I must have somehow imagined from the female perspective of a couple.
A Brief History of Sex 5. 'Deviations'
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Being fascinated by the history of sexuality I have collected a number of publications detailing the subject from the beginnings of history until the fifties, when what was once considered abnormal started to became the norm. Here are a few lines from a 1945 book by the Drs. Costler and the very aptly named, Willy. Chapter 5 ‘Deviations’. I think these guys just didn’t know what they were talking about, yet alone what they were missing . . .
"One of the most frequent abnormalities is undoubtedly voyeurism, also known as scoptophilia or mixoscopia. The individual who is subject to it is nearly always incapable of performing the sexual act—old men who are impotent or young men suffering from morbid shyness form the majority of cases—and ‘finds satisfaction in watching it being performed by others. In many cases, however, it is not necessary to see the act itself performed, at least not under normal conditions. For some patients the sight of the complete act is indispensable in order to produce satisfaction, for others the sight of the genital organs of a member of the opposite sex is sufficient. There are some men who are satisfied by the simple fact of seeing a woman clambering up a steep place or balancing herself in an armchair in a provocative position. Others find pleasure in witnessing the copulation of [ . . . . . . . this word is not allowed on sexyads], still others in watching acts of defecation [I do hope the 'd' word is allowed as I don't want to be blocked from blogging] or micturition.
To the general public, voyeurism seems the most innocent of all abnormalities. This is to some extent consistent with reality, because it is very difficult to draw the line of demarcation between normality and the first symptoms of the morbid state. That is the reason one of the greatest experts in sexual matters, Havelock Ellis, was led to write the following words: ‘To a certain extent, this tendency (voyeurism) is absolutely normal; that manifestation of it should be considered shameful is due simply to the rigid secrecy which convention attaches to the naked body. Many respectable men have, during their youth, sought secret opportunities to surprise women in their bedrooms, and more than one honourable woman has looked through the keyhole of a man’s bedroom, though she would not, to-day, be prepared to admit it. It is certainly a common habit for landladies and servants to put their eyes to the key-holes of, rooms where there were couples they suspected of being in love.
These manifestations have sometimes attracted the attention of the police, notably in Paris. Women whom I know have discovered that men were looking at them through the openings in the roof of the toilets in the Tuileries gardens.’
Voyeurism, moreover, is one of the perversions most easily exploited by directors of the more luxurious ‘maisons closes’ where one is regaled with love-scenes which are partly cinematographic and partly real, reflected in mirrors. The interior of these special establishments, provided with observation posts, has been too often described in sensational novels for us to enlarge any more upon the subject here. The fact remains that voyeurism has given rise to a whole industry of obscene productions of the most varied kinds, bringing in large profits to those concerned."
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