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"I never said the history books are wrong. They're just not telling you everything. A single source of history never tells the entire story. There simply isn't enough room! Likewise, you cannot base your learning of history on a single…"
You are passionately defending a point that no one is disputing. No one is claiming that sex didn't exist in the Victorian era. You are missing the point. The question that started this thread was whether sex scenes are…"
"And just because an era is modest and decorous in the history books doesn't make it so. To say that sex in steampunk appears too modern is to deny that there was a heavily sexual aspect to the Victorian era.
The Pearl is still in print. Man…"
You see only what you want to see. The Victorian era certainly did have a racy underbelly, but all of it took place in the shadows, beneath a carefully cultivated mask of manners and protocols. Certain individuals made their mark upon…"
"Modesty and decorum?
Are we talking about the same Victorian era? The Victorian era that produced "The Pearl" among other classes of erotic literature?
The Victorian era that produced Dante Rosetti and his coterie, who would trade wives,…"
This is Leslie Orton of The Aether Chronicle. As a publisher of an online Steampunk newspaper, I receive a lot of submissions from writers to be reviewed in my paper. I have had several people ask me what the 'qualifications'…"
My name is Leslie Orton, I am the founder, editor, and publisher of the online Steampunk newspaper The Aether Chronicle. I am also an independent writer, and I work for a real-world newspaper in Ontario. I am always interested in…"