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There are a lot of reasons you might want to have a female doctor. For one, it makes many women feel more comfortable during exams. For another, according to research, female doctors tend to have patients who live longer than their male counterparts. Still, women remain unequal in the medical workforce, with men occupying more prestigious roles and leadership slots. But while we need more female doctors now, there was an era when a lack of women in medicine meant a totally sexist—not to mention imaginary—"condition" was running rampant.
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Illustration by Vivian Shih. We have a certain image of Victorian womanhood: corsets, fainting couches, a devotion to needlework. It's true that ladies of the late s were experts in embroidery. But in the back pages of magazines like Home Needlework Journal, Needlecraft, and Modern Priscilla were ads for a Victorian lady's second favorite hobby: furtive masturbation. The advent of at-home electricity made the personal vibrator a reality as upper- and middle-class women had been going to their doctors to get off for centuries. Finally, the Industrial Revolution gave women the power to come in the privacy of their own homes.
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Doctors Created Vibrators After Growing Tired of Masturbating 'Hysterical' Women
Front cover of the C. It was not uncommon for Victorian doctors to encounter female patients with hysteria. Symptoms included ongoing anxiety, irritability, and a bloated stomach. Blame for this condition, which is no longer recognized by medical professionals, was attributed to the woman's womb.
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