The Larking Cull  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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"The Larking Cull" is the title of an erotic print by British caricaturist Thomas Rowlandson. It was described by Ashbee in Bibliography of Forbidden Books as "A bed room; toilet table to the left, looking-glass hanging on the wall to the right, a pot of flowers on a small table at the back, all prettily drawn. Two figures ; the youth's member is very large, and unnaturally tapered at the end, a form particularly affected by Rowlandson. Pleasure is depicted on the faces of both the actors."

The print shows a man placing his phallus between a woman's breasts while fingering her.




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