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The Victorian Fetish Ball: An imagined breakdown of freaky Victorian sex acts (photos NSFW)

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Furries Everybody knows Elmer Fudd, but fewer know that the beloved Warner Bros. cartoon character is actually based on a watered-down version of the huntress/seductress from Bunenema, a bestiality-themed bondage comic from the Victorian era, who also struggled with an adorable speech impediment.
Self-flagellation As a result of the extreme stigma attached to any sexual activity in Victorian times, Victorians derived pleasure from punishing themselves for their sexual pleasure -- a rondo of circular psychology that basically boils down to "they got off on whipping themselves in the crotch." That whip, by the way, is tubular, and can also be connected to the strap-on-enema machine. Come to think of it, there's really no Victorian fetish that doesn't in some way involve enemas.
Micocephilia Sufferers of a genetic mutation sometimes associated with malnutrition, microcephalics (i.e., "pinheads") and became a sought-after commodity in Victorian times, owing to the incorrect idea that they were genetically dissimilar enough from normal humans to warrant the twin bonuses of avoiding an embarrassing pregnancy and engaging in bestiality. This microcephalic's head is actually smaller even than his mask, the excess room of which is filled with absinthe and administers enemas.
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