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Episode Info: Humans owe a lot to breasts. Have these jiggly, wiggly bits of flesh always held such allure, and induced such revulsion? Is it human nature to be obsessed with breasts? The answer will surprise you. An episode several months in the making, Justina and I hope you enjoy this laughter filled conversation on the influence of the breast on European history, culture, fashion, and even- architecture? You’re have to listen to find out how, and to learn about how embracing her courtesan persona has helped Signora Justina gain control over the way she is sexually objectified by others. Quite a paradox! Show Notes This episode has been delayed a bit by complications from Hurricane Dorian, and I do hope you’ll enjoy the show notes written up by Signora Justina. Cultural Encyclopedia of the Breast, Merril D. Smith: Available on Google Books My Facebook Page, Salotto della Onesta Signora Justina di Silvestri (The Salon of the Honest Lady Justina di Silvestri) The Graveyard Galère: SCA Macabre FB group Courtesans of Meridies The Spring Naughty Scribal Challenge Entries Courtesans of Meridies Community Group SCA at Dragon*Con FB group All Crossroads Lead to Rome Event: 9/13-9/15 Meridian Grand Tournament: Sept 27th – Sept 29th, 2019 Red Tower: Oct 4-6th Researchers find evidence of breast cancer in Renaissance paintings “The Night,” Michele di Rodolfo del Ghirlandaio, oil on panel, Galleria Colonna, Rome, Italy (The Lancet Oncology, Bianucci, et al) Michelangelo’s drawing on the left, Ghirlandaio’s Ideal Head “Zenobia” on the right Hall of the Prisoners Underbust Gowns in Italy: Giacomo Franco, 1609: Dress of Dogaressa and Ladies [from Habiti d’huomeni et donne venetiane] ‘Mores Italiae,’ 1575 Unknown Artist, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University Padua, The Republic of Venice Hoysaleswara temple, also referred simply as the Halebidu temple. Hapi, God of the Nile Ponte Della Tette (Bridge of Tits)Fontana Della Tette (Fountain of Tits) Upcoming salons will focus on non-monogamy, polyamory, and inspirational women before 1600 CE. Do you have questions we can answer? Stories, experiences, or research to share? We’d love to hear from you! Leave us a message at 440-4WHORES. ♥ Talk to us! Follow us facebook twitter instagram mobile ...
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