Porn Has Existed in Some Form for Centuries, So What’s the Issue With It?

In the 1860’s, archeologists lead by Giuseppe Fiorelli excavated the ancient Roman city of Pompeii. Fiorelli created the technique of injecting plaster into voids of the volcanic ash where he noticed a decomposed body lay to preserve the positioning of the city’s citizens when Vesuvius erupted. He also found a lot of sexually explicit paintings and pottery. And you might be thinking of those talking women on the Greek vases in Disney’s Hercules, but what they actually found was much more R-rated: explicit depictions of bestiality and orgies, among other findings like phallic decorations.

Though it is old, Pompeii isn’t

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