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The rise of porn

The rise of porn

Pornographic or erotic materials enjoyed popularity in virtually all cultures of the world.

 We may have different opinions about pornography. Some belong to their regular consumers and have no problem admitting it. Others watch porn too but take offense at it, and then we also have those who look at pornography through their fingers and call it immoral. But the fact is that it enjoys quite a lot of popularity, and now we are not only talking about films but also about books, short stories, or video games. But pornography is not a modern-day "invention."

We can find erotic motives and materials already in prehistoric times. In this article, we will take a closer look at the historical forms of eroticism and pornography, as well as what was the approach of individual companies to them.

In the past, the imagery of a sexual act was prevalent in virtually all civilizations. According to historians, sex was highly valued and had an irreplaceable role in religious ceremonies. Our ancestors were no Puritans, and their views on homosexuality, for example, were mostly very tolerant or positive.

As we wrote, sexually tuned statuettes or paintings on the walls of caves can be found in prehistoric times. For example, figures of Venus are known, and engravings in caves depict vaginas. In this case, we are talking about 28 thousand years old artifacts.

As you can see, the ideal of beauty was radically different in the Paleolithic than it is today. A plump woman with large breasts symbolized fertility and life as such. Experts assume that these statuettes and engravings played an essential role in religious ceremonies, although we do not have enough information about their exact use.

The rise of pornographic materials

Indeed, erotic materials began to spread en masse in the 18th and 19th centuries. It is worth mentioning, for example, the infamous Marquis de Sade (the concept of sadism was derived from his name. The Marquis lived an unbound sex life, offending his surroundings and the prudent morality of his time.

He also wrote several pornographic-philosophical works that people read devastatingly. His darkest and harshest work, 120 Days of Sodom, remained unfinished and was considered lost. But in the end, his scrolls were saved.

The discovery of photography was another breakthrough in human history, which, of course, also opened the door to a new type of eroticism. Portraits of men have become an artistic expression and a demanded commodity on the market. Even in Puritan Victorian England, they did pretty well. At that time, several pornographic magazines even arose. However, these were forced to be published illegally by their authors. However, they enjoyed popularity, especially among the upper social classes.

The creation of the film

We are slowly entering the period of creation of the film. Like any technological novelty, the film immediately attracted the attention of the masses, and a great future was divined. This was also confirmed, and contents of an erotic nature also began to appear in films. You may be surprised that we have been encountering them practically since the beginning of the creation of this medium.

Sure, today, we probably wouldn't call these films pornographic, but they were scandalous stunts in their time. They often captured only human nudity and nothing more (we can meet one similar cinema that depicts a back in 1880! ).

 

The foundations of pornographic films as we know them today were laid around 1920, when lesbian porn, threesome sex, or group sex began to appear. Of course, in their time, these pieces were met with scandal and rejection, but at the same time, the demand for them grew (and what we will say, often precisely from those who hypocritically rejected these materials).

The Golden Age of Pornography

A real boom in pornography was experienced in the United States in the 60s and 70s. It was associated with the sexual revolution when many of the taboos of the time fell, and sex began to be considered in other contexts. He was no longer seen merely as a purely intimate matter or as something that belonged exclusively to marriage.

Attention has also been drawn to less conventional relationships, movements for the rights of sexual minorities have formed, contraception has also ceased to be taboo, and the rules for depicting a naked human body have been relaxed.

This opened the door even more to pornography, which was experiencing (according to some) its best years at this time. This period is also often called the "Golden Age of Porn." Various magazines began to be published on a large scale, such as Hustler and Penthouse, and gay or bisexual pornography was also created (although homosexual intercourse was still illegal in several American states). In short, porn has become more widely known. (Current owner of Penthouse also owns cam sex portal cams.com)

Although there have been many attempts on the part of religious authorities and various churches to censor or even prohibit or criminalize pornographic content, they failed to do so, so these materials were at least demonized by various clergy or religious activists, making unsubstantiated claims that pornography "will make people rapists and murderers."

However, nothing of the kind has been confirmed by later research. In the following decades, pornography became the domain of specialized video rental companies, and with the advent of the internet, it also moved to websites. And the rest, as they say, is history. Today, the highlight of internet entertainment for adults is webcam sex with private nude chat, divided into categories according to focus, non-fertility, location, appearance, gender, etc.

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