The past is full of antiquated ideas about relationships, like dowries, and condoms. Pulling the sheath away from the hilarious sexual past: Hersteria
Recently started by a Chi woman who collects vintage marriage and pleasure manuals, Hersteria runs only the best excerpts from a history so filled with sexual ineptitude, it's incredible you were ever born. A few tasty tidbits
On appearances: "A wife cannot loaf around the house in slovenly and unattractive garb, screech at the children all through every evening, and sleep in curlers six nights in a row, then expect to overcome a week of half-repulsion in a few minutes of desperate appeal.
On dirty talk: "Try calling your wife an 'A-1 tumblebun' or your husband a 'great big hunk of wonderful man' when you're obviously moving toward a sexual encounter.
On daily chores: " ... A woman should never turn down her husband on appropriate occasions simply because she has no yearning of her own for sex or because she is tired or sleepy, or indeed for any reason short of a disability.... Sex is too important for any wife to give it less call upon her energy than cooking, laundry, and a dozen other activities.
On the sexuality of supremacy: "To a male dog any female dog is as good as another, and vice versa. And the same is true of the primitive savage races, and even among the lower uneducated classes of so-called civilized races. To the Hottentot, to the Australian bushman or to the Russian peasant one woman is as good as another.
Because the pen isn't that powerful, the author has even taken to posting photos of an old-fashioned "Hussy of the Month", though if you find yourself getting aroused just remember that her dowry is probably a whole bunch of condoms.