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The Annales of the Magic Wand Told through Art

Celebrating the Hitachi Magic Wand throughout the History of Art

There is no doubt that in recent years the empowered and liberated women have found much joy. Not in the least by the return of the corset, but also thanks to a more liberal position concerning adult toys. Of course, helped by online ordering and deliveries in brown pacel packaging.

One of the more interesting, or should we say popular, toys for women is the Hitachi Magic Wand massager.

Yet according to this interesting tumblr, the Magic Wand is older than most think and has been celebrated throughout its existence in some major art works. Maybe you missed it when looking at said art, luckily the internet and tumblr can always be relied on to save the day.

Hitachi of Venus by Sandro Botticelli

The world famous Venus by Boticelli already depicted the Magic Wand in all its glory with Venus tenderly sharing her implicit and deep feelings for the wand in her most famous portrayal.

We are not sure if she went full karaoke mode after posing for Boticelli though.

The Assumption of the Virgin with Magic Wand by Bartolome Esteban Murillo

What would a virgin be without a Magic Wand massager? Seventeenth Century baroque master Bartolome Esteban Murillo recognized the needs and joy of virgins and celebrated them in all their glory, complete with their toys.

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