Top 10 Parts In The History Of Kinky Sex

Do you have a kink? Perhaps one you’re ashamed of or keep secret? Or do you rock your leather proudly for nights out on the town, strutting your stuff with the best of them?Kinks and taboos have been built into the very fabric of the sexual experience since the dawn of time, and people have been kinky for as long as they’ve been having sex.

Have you ever wondered where your kinks come from? Have you ever thought about who started this unorthodox sex act or that one?From the wild orgies of the Roman Emperor Caligula to the curious and mysterious practices of small Christian sects, world history leaves us no shortage of bizarre, unusual, and downright nasty kinks that all began long before contemporary festivals and modernity.

Today, some love to see a woman smoking a cigarette while others want to be duct-taped to a pole and left for hours to rot. Still others love fuzzy costumes and dressing up like animals.Whatever your kink, hey, we’re not here to judge. We’re here to inform you that BDSM and sexual “perversion” has a long, rich history dating back to prehistory.

10. Kink In Prehistory

Kink and sex has a long, rich tradition. In fact, sexuality is so deeply ingrained in the human experience that some of our earliest art was of sexual organs and the sex act. In caves that may have been inhabited as early as 37,000 years ago, depictions of the human vagina were found etched into the rock.

Although some animal pictures are mixed in, the site in southeastern France mainly contains explicit depictions of the human vulva. Cave art with a sex theme has also taught us a lot about history, especially about the Americas and their people.Recent discoveries of cave paintings in Brazil show that people may have crossed over and inhabited the Americas as early as 30,000 years ago, 18,000 years earlier than previously believed. What was the content of some cave paintings that taught us this? Sex, of course.

9. Ancient Spanking

Not only do ancient cave paintings show explicit pictures of female genitalia, but ancient artists also tell a story that’s familiar in the bedrooms and fantasies of some modern people: the story of spanking.One painting is fairly explicit. It depicts a woman being spanked by her lover in an ancient threesome.Both men have their hands raised.

One has a stick, prepared to spank her behind as she pleasures both men. The painting is fairly worn down. But the scene is still explicit, and it’s obvious that the artist was trying to portray some kinky stuff from thousands of years ago.We often like to think of these activities as something new, as perverse symptoms of immoral times. But human sexuality has been around since the dawn of time, and mammalian and primate sexuality have been with us even longer.

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