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Sex and, to a lesser extent, prostitution feature regularly in Outlander. Diana Gabaldon accurately reflects this side of 18 th century society in her plots and her writing. Here, we reflect on some of the research that Diana might have done and the culture of the time that contributed to the storyline. Prostitution is said to be the oldest profession, so it is no surprise to find that Diana chose to feature it in Outlander. Indeed, prostitutes, prostitution and brothels appear regularly throughout the book series.
The theme of prostitution and brothels continues in London in the s and on into America in the s also. France, especially Paris has long had a reputation for Cocottes fashionable prostitutes , courtesans escort, mistress or a prostitute skilful in the art of dignified etiquette and sex.
At the peak in the latter half of the 19 th century, Paris has around legalised brothels and maisons. His work attempts to put 19th and early 20th-century prostitution in France within the moral and social framework of an era when a demographic shift brought many country dwellers to the city and when the authorities regarded prostitution as a necessary evil to blunt the rampant nature of the male libido.
For centuries, French kings and aristocrats had kept courtesans and mistresses; but in Paris in the second half of the 19th century, the sex-for-sale business democratised, invaded the public space and boomed. Demimonde or demi-monde , meaning half-world, is a phrase used to describe a class of women considered to be of doubtful social standing and morality — a group of people on the fringes of respectable society.
The play deals with how prostitution at that time threatened the institution of marriage. The book is said to be so naughty that Samuel Pepys burned his copy after reading it. Containing, I. We will leave the bibliography there! You can see that Diana is far from alone in her imaginative and descriptive talents. We wonder whether her extensive research includes some of these references…?