For the medieval man and woman, the eyes and their gazes were an important part of sexuality. In her book, Medieval Life, Roberta Gilchrist explains that according to medieval theories about sight, “the eye was not a passive receiver but was instead active in sending out rays of sight toward the object of vision. The very act of looking could stimulate desire in the observer and the observed.” Women were typically advised to avoid looking at men so as not to tempt them.
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↳Favorite movies [4/10] — Rebel Withot a Cause (1955), dir. Nicholas Ray
Pele wants to kick in the World Cup with all of the World Cup balls ever used. Enjoy.
Somehow we don’t see the “Sepp Blatter dance” catching on.
England and Italy reignite a historic rivalry on Saturday as they meet in their World Cup opener in Manaus. Three points are always crucial, but especially so in a group including fellow contender, Uruguay. Be sure to visit Yahoo Sports, where our experts break down the match.
Argentina have a proud and successful history with the World Cup. Can they get back to their winning ways of the past and start their World Cup campaign with a strong effort Sunday against Bosnia and Herzegovina? Check out our coverage here.
England last experienced World Cup triumph in 1966 after defeating West Germany. Can the team get their campaign back on the right path Thursday against Uruguay? Check out our coverage here.
Come And See (Russian title: Idi i smotri) trailer.