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Affairs, diseases and menages a trois – real Regency sex was even raunchier than Bridgerton suggests

By Sarah Richardson, Professor, Department of History, University of Glasgow
An estimated fifth of Londoners suffered from syphilis in the late 18th century and, behind closed doors, Regency Britons were engaged in extra martial affairs and even polyamory.The Conversation

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