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  • Dalrymple's Treatment Of Hsteria In The Film Hysteria

    is interesting to see how one idea can lead to another, and this film (Wexler, 2011) does a good job at showing that. Something that surprised me in the film (Wexler, 2011) was that Charlotte ended up actually getting away with her attitude and actions. She received only thirty days of jail time, and I found that quite shocking considering what time period the film was based on. According to Rosenthal (2013), a vibrator is used to stimulate the genitals and arouse the clitoris and vagina (pg.265-271). In the film Hysteria (Wexler, 2011) that is exactly what the doctors are doing with their hand until Dr. Grandville and Dr. Edmund invent the electric massager, which is comparative to a modern day vibrator. Rosenthal (2013) also goes to mention that women can achieve orgasms at an average of four minutes through masturbation, and the film (Wexler, 2011) demonstrates many women achieving orgasms quickly through stimulation. The information presented in both the film (Wexler, 2011) and the text (Rosenthal, 2013) are quite consistent with each other when it comes to vibrators and the female orgasm. Sexual education in families is not exactly a topic in the film Hysteria (Wexler, 2011), but I can see how it can relate. Dr. Dalrymple raised his daughter in believing in medicine and forced them to understand hysteria and what it was. Emily listened and believed her father while charlotte did not. The point is that in Victorian England, at the particular time the film was set in, it…

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  • Vibrator Rabbit Research Paper

    Granted, the vibrator rabbit and other high-tech dual-actions are somewhat more complicated than your run of the mill slimline. But these fantastic toys are beyond doubt worth a try, so read up and get geared up to join the rabbit revolution. The number one thing to do is take a look at your vibrator rabbit and identify the two key parts: The "shaft," which is the portion that looks like a phallus or penis, and an external "bunny" clitoral stimulator. Then, make for sure you've got your…

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  • The Technology Of Orgasm By Rachel P. Maines

    Maines discusses hysteria, the use and evolution of the vibrator as a treatment, and women’s sexual satisfaction. This book gives insight on the how the modern vibrator came to be and how it was used in the treatment of hysteria. It will also give insight on women’s sexual satisfaction through the ages. To understand what will be discussed in the following paragraphs you first have to understand the androcentric view of sexuality. Androcentric means centered on, emphasizing, or dominated by…

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  • Essay On Hysteria

    hysteria, were massaged in the genitalia with one finger inside using oil of lilies, musk root, crocus or something similar. They were massaged by physicians during the Victorian era. This led women to be aroused to paroxysm. It is a stimulation recommended by Galen and Avicenna amongst others. The treatment was mostly recommended for young women, public women, or married women because married women can engage in intercourse with their husbands. A vibrator was a Victorian invention. It was…

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  • Walking Stick Essay

    A microcontroller is a small single chip computer that can do calculations automatically at high speeds with great accuracy. The walking stick is equipped with an ultrasonic sensor along with a water sensor. The project uses the ultrasonic sensor to detect obstacles ahead using ultrasonic waves. On seeing obstacles the sensor passes the data to the microcontroller. The microcontroller then processes the data and does some calculations to determine if the obstacle is close enough. If the obstacle…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Dress

    I removed my hands from my boobs and raised my spread knees, and I felt quite a rush as I completely exposed my pussy and anus. Elizabeth gently teased my pussy with my vibrator, and pulled back the hood of my clitoris and held the vibrator there for a few moments, and I moaned. "Please push the vibrator inside my pussy," I told her as I spread my lips, and I moaned again as I stared at the people watching her slide my vibrator inside. She gently fucked my pussy and rubbed my anus as I stroked…

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  • Sex Toys Research Paper

    Whether it be early in the morning with a partner or just riding home in the car from work, the possibilities are endless. Sex toys are a way to give self-gratification. A lubricant “…makes everything feel better…,” (Davis 111) Dildos on the other hand gives a better stimulation. A dildo is shaped like a man’s penis. The word dildo defined means delight. (Davis 116) Combined with a lubricant the sexual pleasure you receive from the vibrating stimulation can send a person into another…

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  • In The Next Room Play Analysis

    Written by Sarah Ruhl, In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play is the comedy that follows Dr. Givings, Catherine, Sabrina, Mr. Daldry, Elizabeth, and Leo as they experiment with new technology in the name of medicine, specifically using the vibrator as therapy. Throughout the entire play, Sarah Ruhl highlights the intimacy of the characters and focuses specifically on their distinction between bodily functions and actual love. The main characters in In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play are…

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  • Melinda Vadas Pornography

    satisfy sexual desire, it does not mean this idea just harms women. If a woman has a function to satisfy sexual desire, it means that a person has such function. Thus a man, as a person, also has this function. If women can be an object that is used as something to satisfy men’s sexual desire, a man can also be an object that can satisfy women’s sexual desire. The argument that men cannot be object is based on the traditional idea that men are domination and subject in the society, and deny the…

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  • The Technology Of Orgasm Summary

    prepare for scholarly documentation of needlework in the late 1800’2 and 1900’s. She stumbles upon advertisements for vibrators in this era, which leads her on a journey through the Bakken Museum located here in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The book within the first chapter delves into the history and definition of hysteria. Maines presents the definition of the androcentric model - the idea that penile vaginal intercourse is “the only real thing” and should be capable of sexually satisfying…

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