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    <br><br>The idea that there was clearly a pre-modern era of “anything goes” regarding normative depilacja wąsika w domu bodies can be a commonplace. Lennard Davis, too, in their important work with the disabled body and what he calls “enforcing normalcy” claims that “before the arrival of statistics inside the nineteenth century” images of gorgeous women such as Venus possessed “a mythic poetic body linked to that with the gods” and therefore “there is not any demand that populations have bodies that mould to the ideal”.<br><br>ImageIf you gaze more closely with the premodern period, however, these assumptions are hard to sustain. It is a commonplace in today’s psychological literature that body image along with the desire for body modification of all types is profoundly afflicted with an unconscious assimilation of images removed from a variety of media sources. It is impossible to conduct psychological experiments, of course, on long-dead subjects, but my question for you is – can the proliferation of images of the female nude through the early sixteenth century onwards have affected women’s notions of their very own bodies?<br>

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