Prehistoric Sex Toys You Won’t Believe Them

You won’t believe what sort of toys they got in the prehistoric times, It is like they were way ahead of us in the kinky game.

The artificial phallus — the dildo — is very far from a new invention.  In fact, the oldest known example dates about 30,000 years ago.  Archaeologists gave it, and its kind, the euphemistic name of “ice-age batons.”
Stone-Fox

 

c. 6,000 BCE – 4,000 BCE

Carved stag antler phallus, Sweden. 10.5 cm long, 2 cm in diameter.

IMAGE: PETER ZETTERLUND, SWEDISH NATIONAL HERITAGE BOARD

Carved Chalk Phallus.

 

Neolithic

Carved chalk phallus from an infilled pit in a ditch of Maumbury rings, now at Dorset County Museum.

IMAGE: CM DIXON/PRINT COLLECTOR/GETTY IMAGES

Multiple-1

 

c. 12,000 BCE

“Several portable phallic pieces. The top line shows totally retracted or absent foreskin on the art pieces. The second line shows a replication of piercing, scaring and tattooing.” – Javier Angulo.

IMAGE: JAVIER ANGULO / HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARIO DE GETAFE

Ice-age-phallis

 

c. 29,000 BCE

Paleolithic stone phallus discovered at Hohle Fels Cave, southwestern Germany. Made from fine-grained siltstone, ground, polished and incised. The phallus appears to have been also used as a hammerstone.

IMAGE: WORLD ARCHAEOLOGY / PREHISTORY MUSEUM, BLAUBEUREN

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