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The status of women in the Victorian era was often seen as an illustration of the striking discrepancy between the United Kingdom's national power and wealth and what many, then and now, consider its appalling social conditions. During the era symbolized by the reign of British monarch Queen Victoriawomen did not have the right to vote, sue, or own property. At the same time, women participated in the paid workforce in increasing numbers following the Industrial Revolution.

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During the Victorian Era, most young, white, middle-class women were raised in conservative households that did not condone engagement in premarital sex. Because it was a societial norm to be raised with conservative idealogies, sex was not typically discussed between parents and their children, causing many young couples to be uninformed about their bodies. Another perspective of this conservative ideology is the belief that many books depict the need to restrain unmarried people both men and women from masturbation.

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Oneill guides the reader through sections about fashion and beauty trends, general hygiene practices or lack thereofand expectations for courtship and marriage. That bitter, dark brew underneath, as it turns out, is rich with information that will amuse and sometimes horrify its readers. Other words she uses: dear one, missy, chubby little cherub, my virgin flower, my little dumpling, you tawdry thing, dearheart, my gosling, pet, fragile flower, and my intelligent companion.

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Female hysteria was once a common medical diagnosis for women, which was described as exhibiting a wide array of symptomsincluding anxietyshortness of breathfaintingnervousness, sexual desireinsomniafluid retentionheaviness in the abdomen, irritabilityloss of appetite for food or sexparadoxically sexually forward behaviourand a "tendency to cause trouble for others". Its diagnosis and treatment were routine for hundreds of years in Western Europe. In Western medicine hysteria was considered both common and chronic among women.

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What happened behind closed Victorian bedroom doors was a taboo subject. Among the uptight middle classes the prevailing attitude was that sex was necessary for reproduction but not something to be discussed in polite society — let alone enjoyed. Most brides arrived at their wedding night having not even the faintest idea about what was expected and many were simply terrified.

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The popular image of the Victorians is one of buttoned up social manners and table legs covered in cloths in case the menfolk became overexcited. But there was far more lurking under the surface of Victorian society than the history books would have you think. Syphilis was seemingly everywhere in the mid s — not only was it disfiguring, it could affect your mental health and also be passed down to your children and there was no cure.

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Illustration by Vivian Shih. We have a certain image of Victorian womanhood: corsets, fainting couches, a devotion to needlework. It's true that ladies of the late s were experts in embroidery.

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Given over a century's worth of pleasure that followed its invention, history may easily forget that development of the vibrator in Victorian England was just one salvo in a larger culture war fought over women's bodies. Sound familiar? While some doctors were figuring out how to give women orgasms, others were equally determined to make sure that women couldn't feel any sexual pleasure at all. In fact, the same era, the same place, and the same profession that gave birth to electromechanical sex toys also gave birth to the widespread practice of clitoridectomies.

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It's easy to see the past as a prudish place full of religious zealots, even though we know this wasn't always true. Look at ancient Rome and Greece, where citizens openly enjoyed all kinds of crazy intercourse. But when it comes to Victorian England, the reputation for prudishness was never more correct.

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We are well-accustomed to the ideas of the prudish, sexually-repressed Victorians, who cautiously guarded themselves against any temptation, no matter how slight. Critics and reader have largely and successfully questioned this conception and proven it inaccurate. For during this period, even in seeking any man or woman's ultimate goal in achieving the apparently conservative happy ending of marriage, Victorians were inevitably led to the consummation of their love and the creation one's own home and family. Sex and sexuality, then, were unavoidable issues for the Victorians.

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