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Miroslav Zec November 20, 1. Girl-on-girl action was not necessarily considered sex. Although the attitude towards female same-sex acts in sources from the European Middle Ages is not straightforward, it is evident that such acts were not always considered sexual in their nature. Since the emphasis in medieval understanding of any sex act was on the role of penis and penetration in general, the only aspect of sexual activity between women that was consistently considered as sex was when dildo was used for penetrative purposes. Other types of female gay sex were sometimes considered as distasteful, ridiculous or even sinful acts, but were rarely legally prosecuted.
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Sex In The Middle Ages: 10 Titillating Facts You Wanted To Know But Were Afraid to Ask

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Five Medieval Sex Facts That Might Surprise You

Find out more In the popular imagination, the history of sex is a straightforward one. For centuries, the people of the Christian West lived in a state of sexual repression, straitjacketed by an overwhelming fear of sin, combined with a complete lack of knowledge about their own bodies. Those who fell short of the high moral standards that church, state and society demanded of them faced ostracism and punishment. Many prevailing presumptions about the sex lives of our medieval ancestors are rooted in the erroneous belief that they lived in an unsophisticated age of religious fanaticism and medical ignorance. While Christian ideals indeed influenced medieval attitudes to sex, they were rather more complex than contemporary prejudices suggest.
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Sex in the Middle Ages

Radu Alexander. Comments Under the heavy influence of the Church, sexual acts during the Middle Ages were policed to an extreme. Despite this state of oppression, people still liked sex.
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The Church had opinions and laws about every aspect of sex. Adultery and fornication in some cases were sins punishable by death, but for a time the Church actually condoned prostitution, admitting that it was a necessary evil. And in the early part of the Middle Ages, priests were actually allowed to marry and have children. Descriptions of sex acts were often described in great detail that sounded as if they were written with some enjoyment. One wonders whether if these early theologians were just a little titillated by the subject as they wrote their long polemics on sexuality.
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