We deliberately put this introductory note here with the
intention of respecting the sensitivity of those, young or less young, who
wouldn't appreciate the themes and ideas developed and illustrated in the present
virtual exhibition or the terminology used to depinct the historical facts.
The former exhibitions presented at our website, either can be
viewed by all publics, or include at the very most some words that could be
perceived as rough, such as the Cane in the French revolution. Unlike our former
exhibitions, the present exhibition "Cane and Eroticism" includes by its very
theme and nature unambiguous allusions and images, related of course, to the
history of the cane and walking stick and to the eroticism but related as well
to the human anatomy.
For those who use filters for the benefit of the young public,
the pages that follow have been carefully labelled for parent guidance, following both the rules
specific to the ICRA scheme, and the rules of the Weburia scheme.
Entry of the exhibition - Table of
content From the Table of content, the links open in a second window. At the bottom of each virtual room, a button to access the next room is available.
A more contrasted version of the exhibition, in black on white, is also available