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A Brief History of Erotica

About the author: Allison Leigh is a pornographer, producer, polyamorist, and professional kinkster. When sexuality is business, business is fun! 

Smut, nudies, dirty rags, porno – erotic imagery has been around for so long that even our names for it sound passé. But where did pornography come from, and how did it grow into the ubiquitous commercial behemoth that it is today?

People have been having sex since before they could be considered “people” as we understand the term, which means that other people have been watching that sex for just as long. Our prefrontal cortex – also known as our reward system – activates when exposed to sexual imagery. While I’m not suggesting that mankind’s predecessors were voyeurs, it stands to reason that sexual response to visible sexuality is an inherited trait to ensure the survival of the species.

Like all things that humans crave, we found easier and easier ways of filling our needs. While there are prehistoric examples of many fertility figures, such as the Venus of Willendorf and other figurines with exaggerated sex characteristics, we cannot guarantee that these were used erotically. A possible exception dates to roughly 5200 BCE, when German hunter-gatherers sculped a man and a woman having sex. These pieces were likely used to celebrate or ensure sexual fertility.

Some 2,000 years later in the Mesopotamian Early Dynastic Period, erotic religious art was widespread. Cultures across the cradle of civilization depicted sexual acts in their art. Though art was still mainly used for religious purposes, it’s clear by this time that these images also served erotic purposes. Scores of erotic depictions dedicated to the patron of prostitution were found at the temple of the goddess Inanna at Assur dating to this time.

The trend of sacred eroticism continued through classical Grecian and Roman art, and sexual imagery can be seen in many extant works from that time. Greek and Roman citizens still did not consider these images explicit; the art from these places depicts their daily life. Interestingly, sexual depiction seems to have skipped the Ancient Egyptians. Although there are artefacts with sexual symbology, the people of Egypt skimped on the explicit phalli and vulva revered in other cultures.

India, Japan, China, Persia and other empires produced copious quantities of art celebrating the human sexual experience. These works depict love between men and women as well as same-sex love. One of the most famous examples is of course the Kama Sutra, dating to the first few centuries of the Common Era. The Tale of Genji, regarded as the world’s oldest novel, was written in Japan in the eleventh century and depicts carnal love affairs. Another example is Japanese “Shunga” woodblock prints, which originated in the 13th century and remained popular (despite several attempts at banning them) until the advent of photography, around 600 years later.

Much like with woodblocks in Japan, the printing press revolutionized pornography in Europe. Previously, erotic images had been relegated to calligraphic margins – essentially doodles produced by monks who hand-copied books. Mass circulation changed the erotic world, and prints depicting explicit sex as well as stylized fertility symbols were easy to obtain. The sexual stories of classical gods were seen as “justifiable” under the Church’s rule, and even Michelangelo depicted sexual congress in progress. Until Raimondi published a series of engravings of sexual positions, I Modi, and was arrested by Pope Clement VII in 1524, there is very little record of the suppression of erotic materials.

From the invention of the printing press on, erotica marched ever forward, keeping pace with a society that continuously demanded more – and as society demanded more, authorities tried harder to squash it. Though there were many attempts to quell the surge of smut, erotica became engrained in European culture after the Enlightenment. The Pope created a list of banned books in 1557, a practice which continued until 1965.

Across England and France, pornographic texts served a dual purpose, often acting as political commentary as well as sexual fodder. A famous example is Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure (later abridged and renamed The Adventures of Fanny Hill) written in 1748 by John Cleland. The text satirized the fashion and tastes of the time, but it was more scandalous for depicting the narrator having sexual intercourse and enjoying it. This book was illegal to own in the United States until 1963, and the United Kingdom until 1970. During this time, sexual art, books, and even furniture became a fashion statement amongst the societal elite. This political association may have been part of what led to the United Kingdom’s passage of The Obscene Publications Act of 1857.

Though we typically associate modern prudishness regarding sex with the Victorians (they even coined the term “pornography,”) even our stuffiest generation of ancestors had a rich history of sexual imagery. Early photography processes such as daguerreotyping allowed people to record erotic images directly for the first time. Posing for photos, however, was cumbersome and involved holding still for long exposure times, and because of this, pornographic portraits from the early Victorian era were often limited to one woman exposing her genitals.

As photography processes became more advanced, allowing for shorter exposures and easier replication, erotic photography exploded. Easily reproduced nude magazines, “French postcards” and other sexually explicit material was illegally bought and sold in places like Holywell Street, and a reliable postal service also led to a new trade – the porn dealer.

The Victorian Era also gave the world the first erotic moving images, with several films depicting women doing erotic dances. Fatima’s Coochie Coochie Dance, which featured suggestive images of a woman’s gyrating hips, was released in 1896 and was the first film to be censored. Exploration of the film medium continued, and with it so did pornography. By the 1910’s, dozens of erotic films had been produced all over the globe. Though they were at great risk for censorship, nothing could stop the growing demand for erotica.

Nude magazines, in particular, took off in popularity, under the guise of “naturist” guides published with titles like “Nude Living” or “Health and Efficiency.” These evolved into the leggy pinups of the 1940’s, which later became the torpedo-breasted icons of 1950’s Playboy. Magazines posed models in coy, flirtatious, but non-explicit spreads until Penthouse in the 1960’s, which featured eye contact, pubic hair, and full-frontal nudity. Later magazines would become more graphic with time, depicting intercourse, fetishism, and homosexual sex.

As illegal stag films and nudie magazines spread in popularity, the line between obscenity and the freedom of expression grew blurrier. Pornography was first legalized in Denmark in July 1969, soon followed by the Netherlands the same year and Sweden in 1971. In 1973, the landmark US Supreme Court ruling on Miller v California defined obscenity, and therefore carved out a legal place and guideline for the distribution of pornography in the United States.

Today’s prolifically varied trove of internet pornography is only the latest chapter in a story that has been in play since the dawn of time. As people come up with new means of creative expression, we will invariably also use those means for the expression of our sexuality. The two are eternally linked in the human experience.

This post first appeared on MyErotica.com

 

REFERENCES:

The Economist (2008, December 12). “The Tale of Gengi” Playboy of the Eastern World. https://www.economist.com/books-and-arts/2008/12/18/playboy-of-the-eastern-world

Head, T. (2018, April 11). A Brief History of Pornography: From 5200 BCE to Today. https://www.thoughtco.com/history-of-pornography-721217

Hess, P. (2017, December 18). This Is How the Brain Changes When You Watch Porn. https://www.inverse.com/article/31799-brain-on-porn-erotica-neuroscience

Sutherland, J. (2017, August 14). Fanny Hill: why would anyone ban the racy novel about ‘a woman of pleasure’?https://www.thegaurdian.com/books/shortcuts/2017/aug/14/fanny-hill-ban-university-racy-novel-woman-pleasure

Stuttgart, K. D. (2005, April 03). Archaeologist finds ‘oldest porn statue’. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2005/apr/04/arts.germany

Wikipedia (2018, September 11). Erotic photography. (2018, September 11). https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erotic_photography

Wikipedia (2018, August 19). History of erotic depictions. (2018, August 19). https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_erotic_depictions

Wikipedia (2018, May 28). Obscene Publications Acts. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obscene_Publications_Acts

Wikipedia (2018, September 20). Shunga. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shunga

 

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The MetArt 50+ Club: Sofi A

Voluptuous brunette Sofi A is one of our most naturally sexy stars, and an unforgettable member of the MetArt 50+ Club, girls so popular they’ve been featured at least fifty times during their modeling career. With her attention-grabbing curves and girl-next-door charm, she is an all-time favorite from the archives.

SOFI A: busty beauty (95 appearances)

Big-breasted Sofi made her debut at the age of 19, on September 15, 2008, in a “Presenting” photoset by Goncharov. The blue-eyed Ukrainian sweetheart appeared a total of 95 times, in 18 movies and 7 photosets, with her final appearance on December 23, 2016, in a two-girl photoset with Illana A, “Lemmaz.” Four of her movies and a whopping twenty of her photosets are girl-girl, with her only three-girl photoset, “Mila With Us” also featuring top models Lily B and Mila I perched high on a rocky clifftop – as one member commented, “Give me strength”!

Sports-loving Sofi worked with four different artists: Goncharov 68 times, Fenix 14, Fabrice 7 and Tony Murano 6. She has only one other MetArt Network appearance, on Erotic Beauty. Many of her appearances are outdoors – on the beach, on horseback, in fields and orchards – making it clear that she’s very comfortable with showing off her naked self.

Sofi is currently rated #93 at the time of writing – not bad for a model who hasn’t appeared in almost two years – with a rating of 8.72 based on 13,735. She has been viewed 683,224 times, and is followed by 8,874 members. Several of her appearances are rated an impressive 9.4. To many, she’s simply “the perfect woman.”

Her incredible big natural breasts are an obvious crowd pleaser, but Sofi also has a luscious bottom, and a surprisingly slender, athletic physique for one so busty. Sometimes shaved, sometimes sporting a full bush, her balletic poses show off every inch of her sensational body with a delightful lack of inhibition – and always with a seductive smile that shows how much she loves the attention. No wonder she is one of the most enduringly popular models in our archives.

 

Thanks to our resident statistician and historian, Frank, for his assistance.

 

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New MetArt model of the month: November 2018

What a wonderful month for hot new models it’s been! Twelve gorgeous girls appeared on MetArt for the first time in November 2018, two of them – Divine and Katana – in erotic movies. That’s enough to keep anyone warm as winter approaches. It’s not easy to choose favorites from such lovely naked debutantes, but here’s my personal – and entirely subjective – pick of the top three new MetArt models of the month:

Magen photographed by Luca Helios. Presented November 1.

Asian beauty Magen got the month started in dazzling style. The stunning 22-year-old from Thailand made an instant impression with her long, shiny black hair, slender figure, and sexy small breasts with dark nipples. And then there’s that world class ass and perfect pussy! In her bio, Megan admits she’s an exhibitionist who loves posing nude, and her naughty smile gives away what a good time she’s having… we’re happy she chose to share it with us.

Martina Mink, photographed by Matiss. Presented November 13.

Voluptuous Martina is a dream come true for lovers of big breasts. The busty 24-year-old Russian babe has the statuesque physique of a warrior princess, a fabulous fantasy figure with gorgeous blue eyes that will hold your gaze – if you can tear it away from her sensational boobs, that is! Her lustrous hair looks super-cute in braids, but I wouldn’t mind seeing it flow loose over those luscious curves…

Stacy Cruz, photographed by Erro. Presented November 17.

Racy Stacy Cruz likes fast cars, and in her bio she reveals that she gets excited by the sound of a powerful engine revving. The thought of taking this curvaceous 19-year-old Czech beauty for a test drive is quite the aphrodisiac. Just imagine those incredible breasts bouncing every time you hit a bump in the road… the blue-eyed brunette’s athletic figure and provocative demeanor made for a memorable and stimulating debut.

Who was your favorite new MetArt model of November 2018?

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MetArt nominated for major XBIZ award!

We’re thrilled to announce that MetArt.com is a finalist nominee in the prestigious Nude Photography Site of the Year category at the 2019 XBIZ Awards.

With nominations for our sister sites SexArt and VivThomas too, we’re really feeling the love.

XBIZ is the adult industry's leading publisher of business news and information, and the awards event will be hosted by Stormy Daniels on January 17, 2019. Wish us luck!

 

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The MetArt 50+ Club: Iveta B

A favorite from the archives, blue-eyed blonde Iveta B is a stunning member of our MetArt 50+ Club, girls so popular they have been featured at least fifty times during their modeling career. Glamorous but with a natural girl-next-door appeal, she’s a perfect ten from head to toe.

IVETA B: simply stunning (93 appearances)

The statuesque Czech beauty made her MetArt debut at the age of 21, in a “Presenting” photoset by Slastyonoff on June 30, 2006. She worked with six different artists: Luca Helios 37, Slastyonoff 25, Erro 10, Giovanni Nova 8, Mark 8, and Halik 5. Nine of her appearances were in movies, and four photosets were girl-girl, all with Yana B. Her top rated appearance is in the movie “Real World With Iveta” which is rated an exceptional 9.5. Her final photoset was “Marise” by Erro, on Feb 3, 2015. She was featured on only a small handful of other Network sites: Errotica Archives, Erotic Beauty, and Domai and Goddess Nudes (as Ivy).

Iveta has slid down the rankings, not surprisingly for a model whose last appearance was some time ago, and she is currently rated 8.72 based on 12,003 ratings, with 460,285 views and 6,546 members following her at the time of writing. These numbers hardly convey the enduring popularity of a girl who has had possibly more “red flag” top ten appearances than any other model.

So what made her such a star? That tall, toned, athletic physique certainly didn’t hurt, with firm breasts, long legs and an astounding ass. With her radiant smile and smoldering eye contact, Iveta could look like a flawless goddess one moment, and the cute girlfriend type the next. Members have tagged her everything from “dream girl” and “gold standard” to “most beautiful woman in the world,” which says it all! We’re honored to have had the opportunity to share her with so many of you.

Thanks to our resident statistician and historian, Frank, for his assistance.

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Want better sex? Stop calling it "foreplay."

About the author: Allison Leigh is a pornographer, producer, polyamorist, and professional kinkster. When sexuality is business, business is fun! 

From magazines in the checkout line to scholarly articles and talk shows, the conversation about good sex is hard to avoid. Everyone wants better sex, and every suggestion comes back to the same thing – foreplay. But perhaps part of the problem is the way we’re framing that conversation. What would happen if we stopped calling it “foreplay”?

It’s commonly said that the way to make sex better for women is foreplay. Touching, kissing, oral sex – all of these fall under the foreplay umbrella. Calling these foreplay suggests that men can or should do them for women, but that they’re not a part of the “real deal” of penetrative sex. But why should these things be optional?

Sex is supposed to be an activity that is pleasurable for both partners. If what we call “foreplay” is the part of sex that makes women more likely to orgasm, then using language that makes it seem like it’s an extra, skippable step is only harmful to female sexuality. Studies have shown that men, on average, take 2–10 minutes to reach orgasm, while women take an average of twenty minutes. Additionally, women who have had one orgasm in a session are more likely to have another. However, according to Planned Parenthood, 30 percent of women have had trouble reaching an orgasm, and as many as 80 percent have difficulty reaching orgasm through vaginal intercourse. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could close that gap?

Perhaps if we stopped treating the non-penetrative aspects of sex like they’re a chore that one can opt out of, sex would be more equitable and enjoyable for both men and women. After all, who doesn’t love making their partner orgasm? Let’s stop calling the parts of sex that women find enjoyable “foreplay” and start calling them what they really are – good, enjoyable SEX.

This post first appeared on MyErotica.com

 

REFERENCES:

Lenhardt, K. (2017, March 17). Interesting Facts for the Curious Mind. https://www.factretriever.com/orgasm-facts

Sargent, C. (2017, January 19). Can we stop calling it “foreplay”? Because it’s sex, straight up. https://hellogiggles.com/love-sex/foreplay-isnt-actually-foreplay-at-all-its-sex-and-should-be-treated-as-such/

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New MetArt model of the month: October 2018

It’s been a sensational month for new models here at MetArt, with twelve natural beauties making their first appearance – unusually, two of them (Marisela and Jillean) were in movies, and two more (Chanel Fenn and Lika Dolce) helped us make Halloween more sexy than spooky! With twelve such delightful debutantes it’s not easy to choose favorites, but here’s my personal – and entirely subjective – pick of the top three new MetArt models of the month:

Ingrid photographed by Tora Ness. Presented October 17.

Stripping out of her red lace lingerie on the beach to bare her sensational body, 20-year-old Ingrid made an immediate impression with her vivid blue eyes and wild mane of red hair. And that’s not the only wild thing about this adorable Ukrainian babe, who revealed in her bio that she’s the adventurous type who loves to travel and try new things. We hope her new experience of posing nude for MetArt will be the first of many times.

Libby photographed by Matiss. Presented October 20.

Blonde bombshell Libby has the face of an angel, but something about the expression in those lovely brown eyes makes us suspect she’s a naughty little devil! Slender and athletic with perfect-handful breasts and a curvy ass, the 19-year-old Russian cutie reveals in her bio that she is a bubbly, outgoing girl – and her confident, sexy poses confirm that she’s not shy at all…

Eos photographed by Flora. Presented October 26.

Sultry beauty Eos is sizzling hot as she unbuttons her red dress to reveal gorgeous breasts with nipples that instantly perk up under her sensual caress. The 21-year-old Ukrainian brunette looks elegantly sexy in ankle-strap heels that show off her long legs, and vibrant red lipstick that highlights her luscious lips. Her tan lines, sculpted abs, and the neat little landing strip of hair leading down to her pussy are all attention grabbers!

Who was your favorite new MetArt model of October 2018?

 

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Yeah I masturbate

About the author: Allison Leigh is a pornographer, producer, polyamorist, and professional kinkster. When sexuality is business, business is fun! 

When I was in my punk phase, I acquired a pin that proudly proclaimed, YEAH, I MASTURBATE. I thought it was hilarious, but I don’t believe I truly appreciated how political the statement was. Despite a thousand euphemisms, masturbation is something rarely discussed and almost never referred to by name. But what if our aversion to calling it what it is  – self pleasure – is holding us back from really enjoying it?

Handed to us via thousands of years of religious and societal reinforcement, the reason we giggle or shift uncomfortably in our seats at any reference to masturbation is that annoying social shaper, shame. Unlike its sister emotion, guilt, which informs the brain that “what I have done is bad,” shame lacks that key distinction and tells us “I am bad.” Presumably, the function of shame is to encourage us to improve our behavior in future. While shame can have healthy applications, such as making us strive to do better by our peers, feeling like you’re dirty or disgusting is a major mood killer.

Shame has been linked to addiction, perfectionism, depression and low self-esteem – and none of those are drives we want anywhere near our sexuality, save for certain consensual fetish activities. Being ashamed can impel us to attack ourselves, or to externalize our emotions by attacking other people, which causes the cycle to continue. When a comedian mentions masturbation and everyone giggles nervously or sinks into their seats, it’s not because the joke is inherently funny – it’s because we’ve been taught that this activity is shameful. Both the joke and the response are part of a circle of conditioning, passing the shame from person to person. Everyone goes home having the shame of touching themselves reinforced, and no one feels very sexy about it.

So how do we combat the social stigma that causes us to feel so much shame about self-pleasure? After all, we’ve already proven countless times that masturbation is healthy, normal, and even good for you – it certainly seems that we should be over this hang-up by now. We’re conscious that having a good wank is nothing to be ashamed of. Now, if only we could fight the blush rising in our cheeks at the very thought of it…

I heartily recommend freeing yourself from the inherited shame of masturbation, and start calling your “alone time” what it is. In the process, you will start relieving others of that shame as well. Obviously you don’t want to force the topic onto others without their consent, but talking about your feelings and being frank about fingering (or your own preferred method) is the best hope for society to heal our collective discomfort surrounding masturbation. If we can stop passing our shame to others, we can actively create a positive culture and work toward wholeheartedly embracing healthy sexuality.

This post first appeared on MyErotica.com

 

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Ashby, J. S., Rice, K. G., & Martin, J. L. (2006, 04). Perfectionism, Shame, and Depressive Symptoms. Journal of Counseling & Development, 84(2), 148–156. doi:10.1002/j.1556–6678.2006.tb00390.x

Capretto, L. (2013, April 18). WATCH: What To Tell Yourself When You Screw Up. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/18/brene-brown-shame-guilt-addiction-oprah_n_2966351.html

Crew, B. (2018, January 25). Is Masturbation Good For You? Science Weighs In. https://www.sciencealert.com/is-masturbation-good-for-you-science-answer

Gregoire, C. (2016, March 03). The Unexpected Reason It’s Healthy To Feel Shame. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/shame-psychology-evolution_us_56d4428ce4b0871f60ebf5c9

Gruenewald, T. L., Kemeny, M. E., Aziz, N., & Fahey, J. L. (2004, 11). Acute Threat to the Social Self: Shame, Social Self-esteem, and Cortisol Activity. Psychosomatic Medicine, 66(6), 915–924. doi:10.1097/01.psy.0000143639.61693.ef

Sack, D. (2015, January 13). 5 Ways to Silence Shame. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/where-science-meets-the-steps/201501/5-ways-silence-shame

Wehrenberg, M. (2015, July 7). Shame and Depression. https://www.psychologytoday.com/gb/blog/depression-management-techniques/201507/shame-and-depression

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Up close and personal with sexy MetArt model Cherry Kiss

Stunning Serbian beauty Cherry Kiss seduces with her smile; long before her clothes come off, the sexy blonde 25-year-old will have you captivated. A huge star on our sister sites SexArt and Viv Thomas, where her uninhibited sexual energy is so infectious that her lucky costars always seem to be more than a little in love with her, Cherry deservedly takes center stage here at MetArt, with four photosets by Erro to date.

Starting out as a make-up artist – and “a very shy girl” – we’re lucky that Cherry decided to appear in front of the camera instead. Creating nude photosets and erotic movies is a perfect fit for someone with such natural charisma, as she revealed in a recent video interview with director Alis Locanta: “What I enjoy the most about making movies is the energy, and all the complex-free people – which is something you will find a lot of in this business, because we are free. The energy is always good, it’s fun, and when work is fun it’s perfect.”

Sexual freedom is important to her: “I’ve had a girl in my private life, as part of an orgy! The most unusual place I’ve had sex was when I lost my virginity, in a cemetery, because I was hiding from my father. I was staying at my grandma’s house and that was the only place where there was no light.”

She does have a romantic side, though: “The physical side means absolutely nothing to me. All my past boyfriends were different looking, what I fall in love with is their mind and what’s in their heart. I can be romantic, when I really love somebody. But usually I am not – it’s boring! Believe it or not, my favorite sex position is missionary. I like to do crazy stuff, but the simpler it is, the more it gives me pleasure.”

There’s no denying her body is incredible, but Cherry doesn’t spend much time touching it herself: “The truth is, I don’t like to masturbate because there’s always somebody that can do it for me!”

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The MetArt 50+ Club: Anna AJ

Stunning brunette Anna AJ is the epitome of the classically elegant model, one of the superstars of our archive and a gorgeous member of the MetArt 50+ Club, girls so popular they have been featured at least fifty times during their modeling career. The tall, sultry beauty has an imposing presence that makes her unforgettable.

ANNA AJ: elegant beauty (82 appearances)

Ukrainian babe Anna made her MetArt debut at the age of 20 on May 16, 2008, in a “Presenting” photoset by Voronin, and her final appearance on December 4, 2015, in “Talivy” by Leonardo. She worked with only these two artists – 10 times with Voronin, 72 with Leonardo – and was featured a total of 82 times, six of them movies. Five of her photosets are girl-girl, with Liza B, Sharon E and Alena I. Many of her appearances are very highly rated by members, with an unprecedented 13 photosets achieving an impressive 9.4 score.

Despite being so long retired, Anna is highly regarded, with a rating of 9 based on 13,131 votes at the time of writing. She has been viewed 865,383 times and is followed by 9,878 members. She has appeared on only one other site in the Network, Errotica Archives.

So what is it about Anna that made her so overwhelmingly popular?

Let’s start with that beautiful, sultry face – this is no cute girl-next-door, but an unattainable goddess, with fashion-model looks. She has a dancer’s grace and poise, with long legs, perfect-handful breasts and an incredible ass. Her expressions convey a self-assured sensuality and a powerful sexual presence. No wonder members described her as “all time favorite,” “best of the best” and “breathtaking beauty,” among many other words of praise and devotion. We’re proud to have such a star in our archive, and wish her all the best.

Thanks to our resident statistician and historian, Frank, for his assistance.

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