Equus Eroticus - Discontinued ponyplay magazine 2001 issue
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Thanks Edward

for setting the folders.

I am not a writer but I am currently working on my first story, unfortunately I have to say, if this translate from German to English I have to say that it breaks.
Somehow, there is no word for word translation.
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To the term Equus Eroticus (Love Horse) and the meaning in the Christian middle ages and the reason for Numerous Aristotle and Phyllis representations in old European churches.

In the Middle Ages stood the symbol Equus Eroticus (Dear horse) in the representation of a woman riding on the back of a man for the wickedness of the woman and adultery. It was frowned upon by the church because it was impossible to fertilize the woman in this position. For this purpose a well-known bible verse that symbolizes the opposite thinking.

The first book of Moses: GENESIS - 1.28

 And God blessed them and said unto them, Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it, and reign over the fish in the sea, and over the birds under the sky, and over the cattle, and over all beasts that creeps on earth.

It is likely that this love game enjoyed some popularity, as there was no smelting at the time.

In this topic, there is a continuative link to an interview with Paul Reed, the publisher of the journal.

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