1. Man is divided into three classes, viz., the hare man, the bull man, and the horse man, according to the size of his lingam.

    - Vatsyayana, The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana, translated from the Sanskrit by Shivaram Parashuram Bhide, Richard Francis Burton and Bhagavanlal Indrajit (1883) [full text]

     
  2. When a man kisses the upper lip of a woman, while she in return kisses his lower lip, it is called the “kiss of the upper lip.”

    When one of them takes both the lips of the other between his or her own, it is called “a clasping kiss.” A woman, however, only takes this kind of kiss from a man who has no moustache.

    - Vatsyayana, The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana, translated from the Sanskrit by Shivaram Parashuram Bhide, Richard Francis Burton and Bhagavanlal Indrajit (1883) [full text]

     
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    Ah, what a pity we cannot decide our fate in every phase of life! in which case I would elect to be a beautiful woman from twenty to thirty, a brilliant officer from thirty to forty, a celebrated painter from forty to fifty, a famous poet or novelist from fifty to sixty, Prime Minister of England or President of the United States from sixty to seventy, and a Cardinal for the rest of my life.
- Max O’Rell, ‘Which Sex Would You Choose to Be?’ in Rambles in Womanland (1903) [full text]

    Ah, what a pity we cannot decide our fate in every phase of life! in which case I would elect to be a beautiful woman from twenty to thirty, a brilliant officer from thirty to forty, a celebrated painter from forty to fifty, a famous poet or novelist from fifty to sixty, Prime Minister of England or President of the United States from sixty to seventy, and a Cardinal for the rest of my life.

    - Max O’Rell, ‘Which Sex Would You Choose to Be?’ in Rambles in Womanland (1903) [full text]

     
  4. Sex and a cocktail: they both lasted about as long, had the same effect, and amounted to about the same thing.

    - D.H. Lawrence, Lady Chatterley’s Lover (1928) [full text]