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  • Kelly Stamblesky Smith

    Hilarious 1940s Illustration Shows Electrifying Female Orgasm In All It's Glory

  • Jennifer Mattingly

    This Illustration Shows What People Thought A Woman's Orgasm Looked Like In 1949. Yea.. something like that... lol

  • Ernie Monteiro

    An advanced research fellow with the English Department at the University of Exeter tweeted this illustration depicting the female orgasm from a publication called Sexology magazine published in November 1949.

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