Was It Good For You, Too? (Medieval Erotic Art and Its Audiences)  

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Was It Good For You, Too? (Medieval Erotic Art and Its Audiences)[1] is an essay by Martha Easton. It was first published in Different Visions: A Journal of New Perspectives on Medieval Art 1 (September, 2008): 1–30.

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