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Images derived from ancient myth, the military, religion, theatre, class, and prostitution feature samurai or Buddhist monks engaging in gay sex with men often dressed as geisha. Shunga, or Japanese erotic art, was prolific in Japan during the Edo period, from to Printed with woodblock and produced in a broad spectrum of colours and details, the scrolls were intimate, erotic, and sometimes humorous.
Get the latest news, reviews, and commentary delivered directly to your inbox. Become a Member ». In a ukiyo-e style woodblock print by the Edo-period artist Suzuki Harunobu, two couples frolic in a brothel, seemingly lost in separate worlds. A female prostitute playfully tweezes the mustache of her male companion in the background; in the foreground, another prostitute cradles the head of a coy woman holding a folded fan — or rather, a figure who resembles a woman but is, in fact, a young man.
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