Prithee, my lord, loosen our corsets and unbutton our breeches. But they're hardly the first shows to bare historical breasts and bottoms. Here's our 9 favourite saucy costume dramas
Location shooting in London is under way on Hysteriaand the jokes are flying thick and fast. In fact, the film industry is "buzzing" with the news that rival claims to the invention of the first vibrator are to be settled in its screenplay. The film will support the contentious claim that, arounda Dr Joseph Mortimer Granville, played by Hugh Dancy, was the first to create an electromechanical vibrator and that his invention was followed in by the patenting of a device later retailed by the American company, Hamilton Beach.
Raised By Wolves is quite rude. I was so embarrassed when my dad came to see the screening in Wolverhampton. The drama is a biographic written by sisters Caitlin and Caroline Moran — the former is a broadcaster, Times columnist and author — and is set on a Wolverhampton council estate.
This just in: women masturbate! It's totally normal and healthy! Everyone does it! So, now that we've gotten that out of the way, let's talk about on-screen female masturbation scenes—which are pretty few and far between compared to their male equivalents because for some reason people get super uncomfortable with the idea that women like sex.
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Female masturbation can often be totally misrepresented in mainstream films and TV shows as this sensual, erotic experience because, shocker, most of those scenes are directed with a straight, male audience in mind. But in reality, we all know the way women masturbate can vary from frantic 'I gotta rub one out asap' to lazy 'I fell asleep with my hands down my pants' solo sex. I've ranted about this a fair bit before, but here are 13 of the best female masturbation scenes in movies that are not all about turning dudes on.
And in the past few years, it has careened around popular culture. Samantha Bee did a skit about it in March. A seemingly endless march of quirky news stories has instructed readers in its surprising but true quality, including in ViceMother Jonesand Psychology Today.
I n new limited series Sharp Objects, based on the novel by Gillian Flynn, everything smolders. Dilapidated buildings are covered in old graffiti and fraying posters. The green leaves on plants and trees sit lush and heavy in the hot air.
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