Victorian Bawdy Slam
Episode 120 — Released Apr 2 2021
We all know those stuffy Victorian types were huge disgusting perverts, but did you know they were just as bereft of understanding for the human body, proper health, and general creativity as we are today?
The Pearl was a 19th century publication dedicated to “poetry”, “stories”, “songs”, and “jokes” of the blue persuasion. Named with about as much subtlety as a brick with a dick, The Pearl seemed to delight in poking fun at social mores of the time by cheekily referring to anal sex and dildoes whenever they could. About the only thing as common as these themes are the obvious descriptions of sexually transmitted infections. Join us as we muddle through the boners of our forbearers.
This week, Extra Credit derries down!
- Bad Romance (Bardcore | Medieval Style Cover) by Hildegard von Blingin'
- Come Into The Garden, Maud by John McCormack