• Sex positions in ancien Egypt

    A so-called 'Erotic Papyrus' from an ancient Egyptian papyrus scroll-painting created  approximately in 1150 B.C. depicts various sex positions, and it is currently housed in Turin. The meaning of this papyrus is still debated but for sure it comes from the thoughts of an egyptian, confirming that the expression of love, desire and passion remains the same since thousands of years! So don't worry if you like sex so much :) You can appreciate a variation of the missionary position and the famous doggy style (called 'congress of the cow' in the kamasutra).
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