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The Sex intercourse Natural line of analysis of Chinese sexual paintings in Ming and Qing Dynasties
The Ming and Qing Dynasties;Chinese sexual paintings
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-26 10:25:50 (UTC+8)|
Although Ming and Qing Dynasties? Chinese sexual paintings were studied by some scholars , but their stands were based on historical-cultural and the fine arts, not from the sexological viewpointsd.
This study is going to fill the academic blank, specially based on sexology to studies the Chinese sexual paintings of Ming and Qing Dynasties, to show the pattern and styles of the sexual behaviors which were painted in these sexual paintings.
The method of this study basically is ""the image text analysis"".
Actually we do not exactly know how many Ming and Qing Dynasties?Chinese sexual paintings originally existed in the past, and how many of them still existed now. This research can only based on limited collections of sexual paintings, mainly selected from:
1. Greater Collection of Pornographic Picturesr contained 422 pieces, among them there were 224 to be used (to excluding some Japanese ukiyo-e and some do not draw sexual behavior)
2. Pornographic Picture Spectrum picked 100 out of 113 (to excluding some some do not draw sexual behavior)
3. Chinese and Japanese Sexual Paintings picked 99 out of 117 (to excluding some Japanese ukiyo-e and some do not draw sexual behavior)
4. Skims Fragrant Asked Shade, picked 248 out of260 (to excluding some do not draw sexual behavior)
From the sexological studies of these totally 671 Ming and Qing Dynasties paintings, this research reached the following conclusions:
(1) describes the sexual intercourse postures and the scene are very diverse,
may reflect at least in the Ming and Qing Dynasties time, people? sexual
life was rich and open.
(2) the oral sex was common, even 69 (mutual oral sex)was common too.
(3) there were a lots of homosexual behaviors in Ming and Qing
Dynasties?Chinese sexual paintings. This indicated that the Chinese
ancient times, specially in the Han Dynasty, the homosexual glories still
existed in more or less in the Ming and Qing Dynasties .
(4) there were much fewer pictures of kinky sexual behaviors and fantasies
in comparing with Japanese ukiyoe sexual paintings.
|Appears in Collections:||[人類性學研究所] 博碩士論文|
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