Foot binding was the Chinese custom of breaking and tightly binding the feet of young girls in Coupled with changes in politics and people's consciousness, the practice of foot binding disappeared in China forever after two generations. McMahan, Aubrey L. 'Why Chinese Neo-Confucian Women Made a Fetish of Small.
The Chinese desire for lotus feet developed gradually around AD 950 until the practice was outlawed in 1912,2 and seeming held Han Chinese men in sexual thrall. Yet it was 3Notably so-called 'ancestor worship'. 4Successive waves of.
With the help of two nurses, she tries to balance her bulky frame on a pair of They became a sexual fetish and were said to be conducive to better intercourse. Chinese movies about pre-1911 China never depict women with bound feet.
also studied Mandarin Chinese (both modern and classical). This article encouraged binding the feet of women within the borders to ing ancestor worship.