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Restaurator cube IGNIS EXCUBITOR

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En la antigüedad, las mujeres que presentaban ansiedad, cambios de humor y depresión eran mandadas por sus maridos al médico, el cual le diagnosticaba que padecían de una enfermedad denominada histeria. Su tratamiento se basaba en un masaje pélvico con la finalidad de lograr el paroxismo histérico, conocido en la actualidad como orgasmo.

 

Era tanta la cantidad de mujeres que empezaron a asistir a las consultas para recibir su tratamiento para la histeria que los médicos al final de la jornada de trabajo quedaban agotados y con sus manos acalambradas; por esto decidieron inventar un útil artefacto que producía vibraciones rítmicas y se lograba más fácil y más rápido el paroxismo histérico en la paciente sin necesidad del común masaje manual: he aquí el origen del vibrador. En esa época era visto como un artefacto curativo, incluso las mujeres más adineradas, los tenían en sus casas para cuando sentían brotes de histeria. Luego de la aparición de dicho aparato en las películas pornográficas, este tomó un matiz netamente sexual-erótico y comenzó a ser visto como un instrumento pecaminoso...

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La histeria femenina era una enfermedad diagnosticada en la medicina occidental hasta mediados del siglo XIX. En la era victoriana fue el diagnóstico habitual de un amplio abanico de síntomas, que incluían desfallecimientosinsomnioretención de fluidos, pesadez abdominalespasmos musculares, respiración entrecortada, irritabilidad, fuertes dolores de cabeza, pérdida de apetito y «tendencia a causar problemas».1


 


 Otra forma habitual de tratarla era el lavaje vaginal.


 


 


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Si, señores,  si una mujer se pone histérica, ya sabeis, no le dais sufiente mandanga y peligra el yeso del techo...no digo más 


 


Fuente: La Cibeles!!


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Yemeth Portavoz de los muertos

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Vaya listos los médicos.

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Farsante Hegemón

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Así que para follar hay que estudiar Medicina. Más malas noticias para los vírgenes de este foro.
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gothmog_es Carl Johnson

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En otras palabras, las histéricas son unas malfolladas.


Corolario: si las locas del twitrer follasen más se acabarían las tonterías de los micromachismos.
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El Maltés El monje del Ferrari

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Curioso,sobretodo lo del vibrador  X-D



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sagadazaki Gran Lobo Sif

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En otras palabras, las histéricas son unas malfolladas.

 

 

Corolario: si las locas del twitrer follasen más se acabarían las tonterías de los micromachismos.

 

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...paladines serviciales a su rey, diestros en el manejo del arco y la ballesta...

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Vamos, el vladimir de toda la vida, que cachondos :elrisas:



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Agatocles ¡A los ojos Bubu, a los ojos!

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En el siglo XX sin embargo, se sofisticaron las formas de luchar contra la histeria  :sisi:


 


 


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gothmog_es Carl Johnson

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Tenian que oler bien los coños en esa época.

 

 

En esa época se confundía mucho a los médicos de histeria femenina con los pescaderos.

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Two Faces Humano

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Leí que les tiraban agua con una manguera a presión jaja



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Restaurator cube IGNIS EXCUBITOR

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Leí que les tiraban agua con una manguera a presión jaja

 

 

Efectivamente, era otro de los métodos pero menos placentero.


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W3r3WoLf Ender el Xenocida

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Leí que les tiraban agua con una manguera a presión jaja

 

De hecho así era, y los casos más graves los trataban con electroshocks, esto que pone aquí es más ficción literaria que otra cosa. Muchos de los datos son hipótesis más que hechos reales, como la invención de los vibradores.

 

Todo esto dicho por el psicólogo que tengo en casa, que yo ni puta idea.

 

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    • Lyn
      Pongo este artículo sobre autoras de relatos de fantasmas o terror. Lo malo es que está en ingles : http://www.independe...i-a8023116.html

       


      From Daphne du Maurier to Helen Oyeyemi, these are the female ghost writers you need to know about

      If youre looking for some spooky reading this Halloween, then try a ghost story but forget the obvious male authors, women writers have got you covered, and always have had, says David Barnett 




      I dont know about ghosts, she was saying, but I do know that our souls can be made to go outside our bodies when we are alive Tess of the DUrbervilles, Thomas Hardy Rex

      When we think of ghost stories, we often mainly consider male authors. From the classic Victorian-era writers such as MR James, Sheridan Le Fanu and Bram Stoker, to the modern masters like Stephen King, James Herbert and Adam Nevill.

      So you might be forgiven for thinking haunted houses, rattling chains and things that go bump in the night is strictly a mans game. But think again.

      There is a tendency to focus more on male writers of ghost stories, and I think this has to do with a few factors, says Dr Melissa Edmundson. Women writers typically confined their supernatural fiction to the short story, and this genre has historically been overlooked by critics. With the recent interest in short stories, combined with the mainstreaming of gothic studies, more attention is being paid to the role women played within the ghost story tradition.




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      Dr Edmundson has a PhD in 19th-century British literature and specialises in ghost stories by women writers. She is the author of Womens Ghost Literature in Nineteenth-Century Britain, published by the University of Wales Press in 2013, and next year sees the publication of her book Womens Colonial gothic Writing, 1850-1930: Haunted Empire.

      One reason why women writers have been overlooked, she says, is that the fad for paperback anthologies of ghost and horror stories that was popular in the 1970s and 1980s often simply ignored them.





       




       
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      She says: They tended to reprint the same stories by men over and over again while ignoring the majority of womens stories. The contribution of women is also complicated by the fact that so many of their original collections are incredibly rare. Oftentimes, it takes a tremendous amount of detective work to track down these lesser-known stories. 

      To be able to discuss many of these women writers, Ive become an amateur rare book collector, scouring secondhand bookshops and the like to find that one obscure collection that contains these incredible stories that no one knows about, simply because there are so few copies available.

      Which is where Johnny Mains comes in. Hes the editor of a new book, due out next month, which gathers together Victorian-era ghost stories by women writers, most of which have never seen the light of day since their initial publication.

      Called A Suggestion of Ghosts Supernatural Fiction by Women, 1854-1900, the volume will be published by Black Shuck books in a limited edition hardcover followed by a paperback. Was it his intention to focus on women writers?

      It was a happy accident, says Mains. I was working on a book called Half-Remembered Nightmares an anthology of ghost and horror stories I had read in my teenage years. I was searching through archives for a particularstory, I forget what, but I came across The Ghost of the Nineteenth Century by EA Henty and was really taken by a remarkably written story. 

      I couldnt find anything about the author, apart from the fact that she wrote a book of Australian poetry with her husband, and thats when the penny dropped. How many more stories could I find by female authors in the 19th century that were so obscure that they probably hadnt been read or discussed since initial publication?

      Dr Edmundson says: As anthologists and critics continue to rediscover these forgotten writers and return them to the attention of modern-day readers, we will have a more complete picture of the ghost story tradition, one that should always include the usual suspects of MR James, William Hope Hodgson, Le Fanu, Dickens, Blackwood, and Poe, but which also embraces a greater variety of voices who represent different perspectives.





      Hitchcock brought The Birds, Daphne du Mauriers horror story, to the big screen in 1963

      Its likely that the modern horror tradition was started by a woman anyway. While Mary Shelleys Frankenstein, published in 1818, wasnt actually a ghost story, it did come out of that infamous night of telling spooky tales at the Villa Diodati and Lord Byrons suggestion that they all try to write their own.

      Women were integral to the formation of the modern ghost story, a tradition that really came into its own in the 19th century, says Dr Edmundson. Its a genre dominated by women, but we will never truly know how many women published ghost stories because so many wrote under pseudonyms or wrote anonymously. Women also tended to use male narrators, so many stories that were written anonymously and thought to be by men were actually written by women.

      The entire second half of the 19th century into the first half of the 20th century was a remarkable period of productivity when it came to women writing supernatural fiction. Certainly some of the best known women writers of ghost stories came out of the 19th century, such as Elizabeth Gaskell, Charlotte Riddell, Margaret Oliphant, Edith Nesbit and Vernon Lee, to name only a few.

      Mains agrees, calling the 19th century a golden age for women ghost story writers. He adds: I think when we look at the Victorian ghost story closely, it was mainly a female-led field.





      A night of telling horror stories led to Mary Shelly writing Frankenstein, which set in motion an entire genre

      Dr Edmundson adds: However, there are many wonderful collections of supernatural/horror fiction published in the 20th century as well. Authors such as Margery Lawrence, Violet Hunt, Margaret Irwin and Eleanor Scott excelled in this blending of supernatural and horror, but their work is often overshadowed by that of MR James, Arthur Machen, Algernon Blackwood, and HP Lovecraft.

      Could it even be that, despite the ghost story being a male-dominated form, at least in perception, that women actually do it better?

      Mains says: Michael Cox states in The Oxford Book of Ghost Stories that writing also gave Victorian women a supplemental income, a sense of freedom from social stereotypes and they were able to express their thoughts on love, death, madness, and sexuality in a way like never before. This golden age of fiction was then taken over by men, as men are wont to do, and females again were on the back foot.

      Given my research, Im a bit partial, but personally, I think women write better ghost stories, says Dr Edmundson. My own opinion is based on what I think makes a ghost story so important and what I think also differentiates stories written by women as opposed to stories by men. This is a more fully developed emphasis on what Ive termed the social supernatural. Women tend to be more concerned with social issues in their writing, particularly regarding gender and class difference. In womens stories, there is a more developed sympathy for individual characters and their personal relationships. Women frequently tackle sensitive topics such as violence against women, child abuse, the effects of poverty, war, imperialism, class and racial prejudice, and arent afraid to describe gruesome deaths in their narratives, particularly the murder of women. 





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      Ghost stories and haunted houses also allow women to critique the perceived safety of the domestic home as a place of terror. Another major theme is revenge and retribution. 

      There are many memorable stories where villains get their comeuppance in some particularly creative ways. It is this social element that gives ghost stories their power. 

      As Elizabeth Bowen put it in 1952, after living through two world wars, Ghosts exploit the horror latent behind reality. These stories are always more terrifying when the fictional ghosts reveal the darker elements that exist in the everyday world, and often within ourselves, elements that could disrupt our safety and security at any time. In this sense, ghost stories are like mirrors. When we read one, were being shown ourselves, our own fears and anxieties.

      While waiting for Johnny Mains anthology A Suggestion of Ghosts, and Dr Edmundsons Haunted Empire, to be published, here are 10 women writers who you should be checking out this Halloween:

      Kathryn Tucker Windham

      Alabama-born Windham died in 2011 and left an intriguing body of work, exemplified by a series of books purporting to be true ghost stories which she was allowed to do as she had an actual ghost living in her house. Called Jeffrey, he took up residence with her in October 1966 and inspired her first volume, 13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey.

      Susan Hill

      Hill is best known for her classic ghost story The Woman in Black, filmed with Daniel Radcliffe in a starring role, and has a fine oeuvre of modern gothic fiction under her belt. She deftly wrangles echoes of M.R. James and Daphne du Maurier into her stories, and a special delight is her 1992 novel The Mist in the Mirror.

      Lady Cynthia Asquith

      Friend of DH Lawrence, secretary to JM Barrie, wife to the son of British Prime Minister HH Asquith, Lady Cynthia also had a profound interest in supernatural fiction, and edited an anthology called The Ghost Book, as well as writing her own ghost stories, the most famou of which is The Follower.






      Jenn Ashworth

      Ashworth (above) is a contemporary writer who you should definitely investigate, especially her most recent novel Fell. Set among the constantly-shifting landscape of Lancashires Morecambe Bay, its an ambiguous, literary triumph that utilises its backdrop to full effect and leaves an unsettling residue long after you close the covers.

      Joanne Harris

      Harris rose to fame as the author of Chocolat, which was the subject of a much-loved film adaptation, but in recent years especially shes delved more and more into the worlds of folklore and myth (her latest, A Pocketful of Crows, is a dark and lovely treat). Her novel Sleep, Pale Sister, which was published before Chocolat, is a spooky gothic gem.

      Margery Lawrence 

      According to Dr Melissa Edmundson, Margery Lawrence is a personal favourite of mine, and the one writer I refuse to read before bedtime, which should be recommendation enough. She was born in Wolverhampton in 1889, and one of her best known works is Number Seven, Queer Street, a collection of stories from the casebook of her occult investigator Dr Miles Pennoyer.





       

      Shirley Jackson

      If you dont read anyone else from this list, American Shirley Jackson, who celebrated her centenary last year (she died very young, aged 48, in 1965) is the one you should. The Haunting of Hill House is a truly terrifying novel, and a new film adaptation of her eerie We Have Always Lived In The Castle is due out next year.

      Helen Oyeyemi

      Her first novel, The Icarus Girl, was published while Oyeyemi was studying for her A Levels, and since then she has mined myths and folklore from around the world for her tales, including Cuba for The Opposite House. White is for Witching has very MR Jamesian roots, while her latest book, published last year, is a collection of short stories entitled What is Not Yours Is Not Yours.

      Daphne du Maurier

      Cornwalls greatest export, du Maurier is famous for her short story The Birds, which Hitchcock based his movie on, the dark doings of smugglers in Jamaica Inn, and the gothic melodrama of Rebecca. She also wrote a healthy clutch of good, old-fashioned ghost stories, including Dont Look Now, which Nic Roeg turned into a movie, and Escort, in which a ship gets a very spooky distress call.

      Sarah Waters

      Author of Victorian-set novels Tipping the Velvet, Fingersmith and Affinity, all of which mix sexuality and gothic overtones, Waters turned her hand to a classic ghost story in her 2009 novel The Little Stranger, set in a tumbledown Warwickshire mansion in the 1940s, which pushes all the right buttons with creepy noises, spooky writing on the wall and silent phone calls



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      Este viernes, el Ayuntamiento de Pelayos de la Presa celebraba la tradicional cena de las mujeres. Un año más, el consistorio elegía El Mirador de Pelayos, un polémico establecimiento en el que se rinde tributo a la figura del dictador Francisco Franco, para conmemorar el 8 de marzo.

       

      Todo ello a pesar de la polémica que la elección del establecimiento originó años atrás. Fue en 2014 cuando este periódico desveló el tipo establecimiento elegido para honrar a las mujeres. La estética franquista del lugar ocasionó que hasta la televisión nacional se acercarse a este pequeño pueblo madrileño, de apenas 2.500 habitantes, para hacerse eco de la peculiar decoración de El Mirador de Pelayos.

       

      Ideado como una especie de mausoleo franquista, en el bar elegido por el PP para celebrar el Día Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora, cuelgan hasta siete imágenes de Francisco Franco y abundan numerosos bustos del dictador, cuadros religiosos y banderas preconstitucionales. Por haber, incluso hay un maniquí vestido de Policía Nacional. Una estética que ha situado a este establecimiento entre uno de los más destacados de los bares franquistas que aún perduran en España.

       

      Mis coca-colas me las tomo donde a mí me da la gana, dijo en su día el exregidor de Pelayos de la Presa, Herminio Cercas, para justificar la elección del bar franquista. Peculiar forma de pensar que parece no haber cambiado entre los dirigentes de Pelayos de la Presa. Todo ello a pesar de que en el presente mandado el Partido Popular ya no goza de mayoría absoluta (aunque sigue gobernando el municipio) y ha habido cambio de regidor (Antonio Sin es el actual alcalde). 

       

      La única diferencia es que ahora, el Gobierno del Partido Popular pretende ocultar el establecimiento elegido para este acto institucional.  De hecho, en el cartel promocional de la Semana Internacional de la Mujer Trabajadora no se especificaba dónde iba a tener lugar evento. Desde el Ayuntamiento tampoco confirmaban si la cena se celebraría en El Mirador de Pelayos, algo que comprobó este periódico llamando directamente al bar ornamentado con simbología fascista.

       

      ElPLURAL.COM se ha puesto en contacto con el Partido Popular de Madrid para obtener explicaciones sobre la elección por parte del Gobierno de Pelayos de la Presa de un bar franquista con el objetivo de celebrar una fiesta tan emblemática como el Día de la Mujer Trabajadora. Hasta el momento de la publicación de este artículo, el PP no ha realizado comentario alguno.

       



       

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