Private Collection: A History of Erotic Photography

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Private Collection isn't your royally priggish aunt’s coffee table book. We're talking about over 250 risqué snapshots straight from Danny Moynihan's personal stash.

It’s a historical journey through the evolution of getting it on and getting off, visually documented from the earliest erotic photographers to the wild 1940s. Yeah, it's that kind of party.

This publication isn't just a peek into the forbidden world of yesteryear's bedroom antics; it's a deep excursion into how society's attitudes about sex and pornography evolved. It's a crash course in cultural behavior, where 'correct' social norms and a bit of restraint played tag with the wild side of role-play.

Flip through the pages, and you'll get an eyeful of how photography and naughtiness did the tango throughout history. Private Collection isn't just a naughty album; it's a historical document that spills the tea on how the art of capturing nudity and sex developed alongside the lens. Oh, the things you'll learn!

Featuring an essay by the fabulous Cressida Connolly, this book isn't shy about discussing the 19th-century sex industry. No rules, just a revolutionary look at these images that are as exciting as turning around and flashing someone you cut off during Friday traffic. #freethenipple

Oh, and in case you're wondering, this book contains 304 pages and measures 1.00" H x 14.00" L x 9.00" W.

Pages: 304
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 14.00" L x 9.00" W