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From: Jeff Scism <>
Subject: Re: [BS] Queen Victoria on "nice" women.
Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2008 05:46:54 -0700
> Beverly said:
> "I have read that this was a Victorian era saying which was even attributed by some to Queen Victoria but there's no confirmation for that. Anyway, "nice" women were to "endure" their husband's attentions & think of something else. As patriotic women, they couldn't vote or participate in government but they could cooperate in providing more Englishmen including more soldiers. Inspiring, hey ? Yeah, right !"
I don't for a minute think that Victorian women didn't enjoy sex, no
matter what they would postulate.
My understanding is that the politeness of society, and 'obligation' to
submit mask the real situation in most cases.
Jeffery G. Scism, IBSSG
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