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Now and Then: Kinky Talk About Kinky Men

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The article on ancient kinksters shows kinky men and women to be enthusiasts of non-traditional, alternative sexual practices and establishes “kink” as a comprehensive concept that embraces roleplaying, BDSM and other “nonconventional” sexual interests. This material focuses on kinks preferred by talented and extraordinary personalities. The details found give us a chance to look through a fresh lens at our favorite idols of the past.

One can easily imagine Hans Christian Andersen bent over a quill in his study, or Benjamin Franklin passionately speaking to the Senate. However, let’s set our minds on a different side of our idols and look at the masters of destinies from a new perspective. Let’s lean into the juicy details. The sexual preferences of iconic people may turn out to be as extraordinary as the individuals are. Let’s take a look behind the historic veil and practice a bit of voyeurism to see to the way things were happening.

Famous ancient kinksters

Napoleon’s lessons on dirty talk

The grandeur of Napoleon Bonaparte extended to not only his military campaigns but also to his romantic escapades. The particularly ardent passion toward his beloved wife Josephine made the grand general send her letter after letter when he was far away from home. Putting it in a modern way, Bonaparte was a fan of sexting: the number of intimate details contained in the lengthy correspondence with his lover surely beats anything found in the WhatsApp chats of today.

Josephine adored how her husband used rude words in his billet-doux or teased her gently by calling her a whore: “I don’t love you, not at all; on the contrary I detest you—You’re a naughty, gawky, foolish slut.” In order to win and keep Josephine’s heart, Napoleon alternated between the carrot and the stick: every time he described dreaming of undressing his beloved one, he also discussed covering her firm, white breast with millions of kisses—and kissing “one much lower down, much lower.” The dirty talk excited them both and helped them endure separation during numerous world-conquering campaigns.

Gerontophilous Benjamin

Having left his mark on history and on a hundred-dollar bill, Benjamin Franklin, a great public official, is also known to have preferred women much older than himself. In his letter to a friend, he describes all the benefits this kind of union provides: years bring experience, skills and knowledge, and as far as womanhood is concerned… Monica Bellucci at her age looks much more appealing than many young girls do. As they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Smack my Rousseau up, or: He who loves well punishes well

In his “Confession” autobiography, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, a renowned French thinker of the 18th century, candidly admits enjoying being spanked by elder ladies—dominatrixes. As an 8-year-old pupil at a boarding school, he was punished by some Mlle Labercier, a 30-year-old woman who thus laid the groundwork for his libidinous desire to obey as an adult. The idea of twigs got under Rousseau’s skin: “To be at the knees of an imperious mistress, to obey her orders, to have to beg her pardon have been for me the sweetest delights…”

Baudelaire’s love for exotic women

Another famous French poet, Charles Baudelaire, was known for his rather unusual preferences—namely, choosing non-standard women for intimate intercourse, from the physically disabled, to female dwarves and giantesses. Here are a few lines of the verse The Giantess taken from The Flowers of Evil: “To roam her mighty form at my sweet ease, to crawl along the slopes of her vast knees, and, summers, when the sun’s oppressive heats made her sprawl, tired, across the countryside to sleep at leisure, shaded by her teats, like a calm village by the mountainside.” The more woman, the more pleasure, as they say.

Hans Christian Andersen, or the Onan of fairy tales

The author of The Little Mermaid felt no shame when describing numerous masturbation sessions in his diaries. Notwithstanding lifelong celibacy and standing in awe of potential sexual partners, the writer got his inspiration from talking to prostitutes. The sessions were followed by Andersen working actively in the privacy of his own home and then making very detailed diary entries about every act of jacking off. In terms of modern sexology, which lists sexual fulfillment as one of man’s basic biological needs, such self-restraint in sex (the decision to observe celibacy) is classified as a perversion. On the other hand, love of describing one’s fantasies is considered a norm, especially when fantasies come in a variety.

Hugo and Fitzgerald’s praise of legs

Francis Scott Fitzgerald and Victor Hugo have more in common than just writing. They also share an infinite love of open marriages and women’s feet. Ready to give a kingdom and even more—life!—to kiss a foot, the hunchback from Hugo’s Notre Dame de Paris is a mouthpiece for the author’s own preferences. Even the “Spanish boots” on Esmeralda’s lovely legs, though gripping the head of a poor man, would bring him inexplicable pleasure. There is a lot of BDSM to be found in the pages, don’t you think?

By the way, the list of other foot-fetishing literary luminaries includes Thomas Hardy, Johann Goethe, Alexander Pushkin and Fyodor Dostoevsky.

Lord Byron's collection of passion curls

An English poet and absolute romantic, Byron used to collect memories of the nights spent with his lovers, be it he or she (yes, he was bi), by taking a…curl of pubic hair. He would seal the hair in an envelope, sign it and then send it to his foes by pigeon service. Ok, the last one was a joke. He simply kept the envelopes on a closet rack. There’s nothing to be surprised about, as young Englishmen of that time had a habit of giving locks of hair as a keepsake. Though not pubic, of course…

And Churchill has no clothes!

The legendary British Prime Minister Winston Churchill loved pacing about his residence in the buff. There are many stories of the staff and even high-ranking officials catching Churchill working with no clothes on. When faced with the natural astonishment of T. Roosevelt, the PM retorted in his usual witty way, “You see, Mr. President? I have nothing to hide.”

The straight, kinky talk of present-day celebrities

As you can see, previous generations of great men held their own in terms of sexual contrivance. Let’s check how things stand with kinky men and women of the twenty-first century.

Famous singer Sting shares the secrets of his perfect relationship, which has lasted for more than 30 years. Five-hour sex marathons are sustained through meditation and tantra, threesome and swinging ignite their desires, and bedroom role-playing fulfills Sting and Trudie Styler’s sexual fantasies. Long separations during tours spice up the relationship, and hot kinky talk helps the couple keep their sexual spark alive even from a distance.

Scarlett Johansson adores having sex in the backseat of a car. Ricky Martin, in addition to coming out, also disclosed his favorite kink, golden rain (the process of one partner urinating on another partner). As for Eva Longoria, the star of the Desperate Housewives series loves subordination, especially being tied up with silk scarves.

Quentin Tarantino is a well-known foot-fetishist: his films relish explicit scenes that feature pretty feet. Just think of the From Dusk Till Dawn foot scene starring Salma Hayek, where Tarantino’s character drinks champagne from the foot of a striptease diva. Or the dancing of Uma Thurman and John Travolta in the iconic Pulp Fiction, where it’s not only Thurman’s hip swaying that looks sexy, but also her bare feet as well. In fact, the whole of the Fiction storyline centers around the feet—take the canonical dialogue of Vincent and Jules discussing whether giving a foot massage and sticking a tongue into the lady’s Holiest of Holies are one and the same thing. By the way, Uma Thurman, Tarantino’s favorite muse, is known to wear size 11 shoes.

Now, Rihanna sings about her love of BDSM (the lines from “S&M” say that "whips and chains excite"), and she repeats the same in her interviews: sometimes she takes a dominating position, but more often she prefers acting submissive and feeling like a little lady in the hands of a skilled macho.

As you can see, extraordinary personalities love sex in all forms and feel free to display their erotic desires. Maybe you also drink from the inexhaustible source of inspiration called “kinky sex” that helps you discover new facets of your unique individuality. Now that you have the Fantasy App, you can identify your personal kink and find a partner for new, sensual experiences.

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