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The sun is slowly igniting the horizon. A band of gold appears as the theme from Thus Sprach Zarathustra begins to play under the picture.
As the sun rises a group of neanderthals huddle together fearfully watching this magical giant disc rising up like a god. As the music swells a beam of pure golden light radiates across the landscape. The neanderthals are scared and cower away form this approaching light—all except one who climbs on all fours towards the top of the mountain. As this inquisitive figure moves forward the sun rises. The sky is now fire bright.
The golden orb continues to rise—the neanderthal reaches out to grasp it.
He begins to rise up on two legs. First one then the other arm reach out towards the sky. As the music reaches its dramatic climax—the neanderthal is standing teetering on tiptoe arms raised. The neanderthal looks up at the sun. Then slowly at his arms—at his hands—then down at his feet.
He has risen up like the sun and now stands upright for the very first time. This creature has liberated his arms to create, to produce and to help him shape a new world. His fellow neanderthals scurry away in fear. As a new day begins the first homo erectus looks at his hands—mesmerized by his fingers, by their potential to grip and move, to adapt and change.
He lowers his arms and looks down at them contemplating his new power and the potential now opened to him. The music finishes as this first proto-human looks down considering the ificance of his actions. Which brings us—in roundabout fashion—to these historic and seemingly erotic images depicting the use of the enema in medicine and sex.
It is apparent that humanity has an unbridled ingenuity for finding gratification erotic enemas almost anything—vegetables, furniture, house hold appliances and even medicinal treatments. The drawings and paintings from the twentieth century were produced by various artists who made small change producing illustrations for various editions of erotica.
Some names are aliases—most notably Julie Delcourt who may or may not be the pseudonym for Richard Hegemann—a German artist who also worked under the names A. Hegemann, A. Hegener and P. An individual who derives pleasure from receiving enemas is called a klismaphiliac. The term klismaphilia was only coined fairly recently by Dr. Joanne Denko in —which tends to make it seem as if erotic enemas is only a modern practice.
But as can be seen by these illustrations from the the 18th century and more recently the s and s— klismaphilia has a much longer history. Louis Malteste. Eugene Reunier. Julie Delcourt.
Address. The erotic art of the enema. Human evolution—the progression towards self-gratification. Posted by Paul Gallagher.Erotic enemas
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