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Your genitals are connected to your nose. Women are infertile males. Orgasm is necessary to make a baby. Masturbation le to insanity. Menstrual blood is actually sperm gone bad. At one time or another, medical science believed all these statements. What is it about sex that allows the imagination of doctors and the scientifically-minded to run free? She is female because of a kind of inadequacy being unable to concoct semen from nourishment … owing to the coldness of her nature.

The idea of a woman as an imperfect man was popular in western thought for more than a thousand years because most of the writers were men. If there was ever a male paranoid fantasy, that was it. The idea of a vagina with teeth dates as far back as Greek mythology and is rooted in the idea that the female body has hidden, dangerous secrets and that a man who has sex with a woman may risk castration. While largely the stuff of fiction, such as the movie "Teeth," at least one real-life case has been documented.

In , The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology reported a benign embroid tumor containing teeth growing in the wall of a woman's vagina. But it's not just women who are the targets of absurd sexual myths. Myths about sex in the western world waxed and waned depending largely on the state of sexual attitudes. The more restrictive the view of sex, the more prominent medical sex myths became. Dangerous sex By the s, fear of one gender or another had turned into fear of sex itself.

Doctors promoted the idea of danger. While advice to the newly-married up until the s and s often included the idea of female pleasure and the importance of clitoral stimulation, things soon began to change, said John S. After about , Haller said, advice manuals began to focus on the vagina. Much of this anti-sex attitude was rooted in economic class prejudice after the industrial revolution started creating the bourgeoisie.

The poor, the uneducated, immigrants from southern climes, were the types to enjoy sex. Masturbate and you'll get flat breasts Anti-immigrant attitudes even affected the willingness of women to discuss sexual health complaints. Masturbation has a been a bugaboo for thousands of years; the Catholic Church still regards it as a disorder. Doctors at a Boston insane asylum reported that inmates there masturbated and soon a flood of anxious young men flowed into clinics fearing insanity, wasting, and even death.

Girls could be affected, too, though to a lesser degree. Joy on the job When mechanical sewing machines arrived, a few lucky women using a model with two foot pedals found that by rubbing their thighs together, they could reach orgasm, which could certainly make working in a garment factory a little more fun, but it also posed a danger. Some of the advice was an attempt to apply science to what had been largely superstition or religious stricture. But science often fell flat. Perhaps with the bias of his field — he was what we would now call an ear, nose and throat specialist — Fliess argued that the nose was intimately connected to our genitals and that problems with one could manifest as problems in the other.

He identified a region inside the nasal cavity, a bony projection called the nasal inferior turbinate, as being especially influential. He described a set of symptoms like headaches, aches and pains, breathing difficulties, disordered mood and difficult menstruation in women matching the day female cycle men had a day cycle, he said , and argued that these symptoms often began in the nose.

The result could be a full-on neurosis. Fliess and his friend Sigmund Freud decided that one could treat the neurosis by huffing cocaine. Freud did so and it seemed to work. You could treat a genital problem — and the mental illness those problems create — by treating the nose. So Freud had Fliess operate on a woman named Emma Eckstein. When the gauze was finally removed, she nearly bled to death. The episode left her disfigured for life. For example, while much of the Victorian era advice was laughably wrong, it was also progressive.

An admonition that women should deny their husbands sex for up to eighteen months after the birth of was really a way for women to gain control of their own bodies. IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Hispanic Heritage Month U. Share this —. Follow NBC News. Brian Alexander.

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