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One of the most far-fetched myths about ancient sexuality, repeated online but also in print, is that Cleopatra invented the vibrator. How do you have a vibrator without electricity? The Cleopatra story goes in a different direction: From Apes to Robots , translated into English from the French in However, no ancient source came up with this particular story.
These were explored in an article by Ann Hanson from According to the letters, Cleopatra once went to a brothel where she slept with men in an evening, but she still left unsatisfied. When she tried to remain chaste, she became very ill. It turns out to be an ointment for Mark Antony to use on himself, which will melt during intercourse; Cleopatra then has such astonishingly good sex that she becomes besotted with him and is no longer interested in other men.
In the following — and final — letter, Soranus offers her a few more recipes and explains the structure of the female organs of generation, although readers may well feel that she knows quite enough about that already! If you enjoyed this post, just click on the Bad History link at the top for more on the theme. Keep up with new posts by following the blog! I blog on a range of subjects arising from various aspects of my life.
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