Johnson Smith Catalog Item #31

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From the 1930s catalog.
     Posted By: Paul - Mon Apr 21, 2014
     Category: Etiquette and Formal Behavior | Johnson Smith Catalog | Sexuality | Books | 1930s





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I found it but it looks like it's from 1880!! Click Here
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 04/21/14 at 10:29 AM
Notice that the pitch is aimed at women.
Posted by KDP on 04/21/14 at 10:55 AM
Any woman worth her salt knows what her man wants in the bedroom. Its the truly intelligent ones who provide it on a regular basis. The way to a man's heart is NOT through his stomach, if you get the important stuff right he will take you out to dinner. Before anyone accuses me of sexist remarks, a man is also responsible to keep his lady happy in bed. It goes both ways.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 04/21/14 at 11:20 AM
Is that Doc Johnson?
Posted by TheCannyScot in Atlanta, GA on 04/21/14 at 02:17 PM
Looks like it belongs on Engrish.com
Posted by Harvey on 04/21/14 at 08:07 PM
Harvey...I often mis-spell here. But 1880 proof readers were supposed to be better.
Posted by BMN on 04/21/14 at 09:14 PM
@Expat .. Figured it belonged on this thread better. We are watching episodes of "Sex Sent Me to the ER". Seemed appropriate.
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 04/21/14 at 11:45 PM
Expat: the second page announces "Everything there is to know about the Horse". Did this publisher know something about New York women that I don't?
Posted by Richard Bos on 04/22/14 at 07:26 AM
They're about the same thing. Usually hard working but require close supervision, not too bright, and useful in other ways. The biggest difference is with a horse you check the teeth to determine the age with a woman you'd best look at the hands.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 04/22/14 at 10:01 AM
Except, of course, in the case of Sarah Jessica Parker.
Posted by Richard Bos on 04/22/14 at 05:18 PM
Not to take away anyone's titillation, but in the late 19th century and early twentieth century the term "love-making" referred not to sex, but to wooing, or winning someone's affections. This would have been something like the very early version of "The Rules Book", the 1995 dating guide for women that was quite the fad for awhile.
Posted by Susan on 04/23/14 at 01:25 PM
"He's making violent love to me!"
Posted by TheCannyScot in Atlanta, GA on 04/24/14 at 10:08 AM
From page 22 of the book: "The lover, having now secured his position, should use discretion and tact in his intercourse with the lady's family..."
Posted by ges on 04/24/14 at 11:02 PM
You morons. "Love making" simply meant "romance" back then. This is a book about courtship, not "making your man happy in bed". How pathetic that idiocracy has progressed so far in such a short time.
Posted by Dick on 04/24/14 at 11:40 PM
We're pros.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 04/24/14 at 11:42 PM
We were just kidding around, no need to be a dick about it.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 04/25/14 at 11:14 PM









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