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Every Kitten loves her toys and what a selection we have to choose from. Sometimes there is nothing better than taking some time, just you and your favourite vibrator yes, we all have a favourite. But who do we have to thank for one of the most appreciated inventions ever made? Though the history of the vibrator goes right back as far as the Egyptians, and their clay phallus, the motorised ones we know today came from the genius inventors of the Victorian era. Our Victorian Kittens lived in a sexually frustrating harsh prim and proper era. In the 19th-century, American and European doctors disliked dealing with female patients.
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Victorian-Era Orgasms and the Crisis of Peer Review
Madam, a good fingerblasting will cure that hysteria - Killing Kittens
Over a century ago women living in patriarchal societies were told to use a vibrator in case of irritability. This was an actual medical advice provided in the nineteenth century. Female hysteria was an alleged ailment that originated from the uterus. So, of course, a couple men came up with the brilliant idea that the cure would be found in pelvic massage. The Greeks called this Hystera and claimed it made women anxious, prickly, and bad tempered. Characters such as Plato and Hippocrates mentioned this condition.
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H is for… Hysteria
The two men had whispered and gestured, peering at me over the rims of their spectacles, their foreheads wrinkled into disapproving frowns as they pondered over what should be done with me. Dr Grace had given me a tight-lipped look and diagnosed me without even crossing the room. My treatment was decided, I was ushered into a room at the back of the office and there my life had changed. Now, as they had then, a small gathering of painted ladies smirk at me from outside of a curtained building across the road. But this time?
The treatment was to give the women an orgasm. Using a vibrator saved these doctors the arduous task of doing it by hand. Published in , it was written by the historian of technology Rachel Maines , now a visiting researcher at Cornell University in the US. The study is the latest piece of research by historians seeking to undermine the claims of The Technology of Orgasm — and its holds on both the history of sexuality and the popular imagination. Rachel Maines argued that mechanical vibrators like this one, dating to , were used to cure women of hysteria Credit: Science Museum.