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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Sex and hypocrisy have always been bedmates, but never more than in Victorian England. In the “Gay Nineties” promiscuity was widely accepted in all social classes, although the aristocracy hid its lust behind a strict code of propriety. Country house parties catered to infidelities with the approval of the Prince of Wales, himself a notorious womanizer.
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