With no doubt, sex is a prevalent theme on humankind.
In which works (Specify please) does shakespeare explicitly
reflects sex? I know that most productions, readers, and
universal references regard the sexual themes of shakespeare
as acts of love, which in my own experience sex is not always
about subtle love from the "Bossom". No, I talk about
male and female inner sexual life, sexual fanstasies,
What happens behind the walls? what happens below the sheets?
Sparks of sexual feeling can come randomly in anybody daily life.
That is what Im looking for in shakespeares work. What happens that
is tried to be forgotten and people avoid to talk about (I.E taboo,
out of the social but not necesarily penalized sexual encounters,
like student-teacher, incest, servant - master) Another I.E
How was the own experience of margaret while having sex with Borachio
In Much Ado About Nothing. The fact that they are just sexual buddies
reveals that even in the universe of shakespeare, sexual miscellaneousness,
hook ups, one night stands, and all kinds of greek stuff happens. Just
like in our times and everytime in history. Only that shakespeare focuses more
in the more "trascendental" relationships. What I do everytime I read the word
"love" in shakespeares works is that I mentally replace it with the word "Lust"
and it makes me believe more in the interactions amongst character. So
where is the kinkiness in shakespeares works? where are the pornographic plots
hidden? and most importantly when are the characters expressing verbally their
sexuality, their desire, their "Immorality" for instance a female character
having "Immoral" desires and intentions, who enters in conflict with her sense
of morality, education, social context. We all know that a lady has sex with
a nobleman after marriage, but what if she lusts after her servant? When
does shakespeare give us those hints?