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Insane Wild Facts About Sex In Weimar Germany

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The Weimar Republic, also known as interwar Germany, lasted from 1919 and 1933, and was basically a sexual free-for-all. In terms of sexual liberation...

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The Weimar Republic, also known as interwar Germany, lasted from 1919 and 1933, and was basically a sexual free-for-all. In terms of sexual liberation and divine decadence, there was nothing more in-your-face than the Berlin sexplosion of the '20s. So what was really going down? You've probably seen it immortalized in films like Cabaret, but these real life stories of Weimar decadence make Liza's dance moves in look downright tame.

Sexual liberation and bold, progressive art movements like expressionist cinema, Dada, and Bauhaus burgeoned in post-war Germany, though the restrictive terms of the Treaty of Versailles, imposed on Germany at the end of WWI, created numerous social and political problems. As author Mel Gordon put it, sex fueled cultural Renaissance was born of deep anxiety instilled by WWI: “It wasn’t just sex the way, say, the French would have enjoyed it, like a good meal or music. Rather, it was sex that was always mixed with something else, like danger, power, or death.”
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