BANNED ARISTOTLE BOOK SAYS WOMEN WERE SOCIALLY DEVIANT WITCHES LOOKING FOR SEX WITH ANYTHING
A banned Aristotle book will be heading to auction next month. His “Masterpiece Completed in Two Parts, The First Containing the Secrets of Generation” which was banned up until the 1960’s, is now accessible. It’s unbelievable. It warns of the immoral penalties of bestiality and details the the importance of reciprocal affection. It also talks about purpose of a wife! There are all sorts of interesting and perverse theories and many wild, sometimes scary drawings. It’s a sweet indulgence to read on a cold winter day. It’s also a big piece of history suddenly available for us to see today. But really, Aristotle?
DON’T PLUCK THE CHICKENS IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN, SAYS ARISTOTLE BOOK
There is speculation in this book that children looked like animals because their mothers were whores who had sex with animals. Bear in mind that Aristotle wrote this when threatened men accused women of being witches and then burned them alive. This banned book has illustrations of what would happen if you copulated with an animal. Children have chicken wings and chicken legs. My father has skinny chicken-type legs, back in the day that would have indicated (according to this book) that my grandmother fucked a chicken.
BOOK EXPLAINS HOW TO AVOID BESTIALITY ACCUSATIONS, KEEP HUSBANDS HAPPY
The book explains that in order to avoid the child looking like an animal, women need look at their husbands while they are having sex with them. That way their kids will look like the father and not like some animal in the barn. But when we say look at their husbands in situ, we mean “longingly” look at their husbands. People used to believe in some messed up shit! Thankfully, Aristotle’s book was banned for such a long time. Sexual indulgence was a warning of awful or strange consequence, according to this very dated book.
AUCTION COMING SOON IF YOU WANT TO BID ON PATRIARCHAL SMUT ON SEXUAL INDULGENCE
The banned book talks a lot about women. It speaks of their periods and how they should avoid fats and such, because it heats up their bodies. How very today of Aristotle! And then the book has many aspects of practical advice for a happy marriage. Anyhow, it’s a pretty interesting read, and if you can afford it, head to the auction in Derbyshire. It’s been banned for 250 years! You know you want to get your hands on it!