The Earliest Pornography?

An ivory statuette of a well-endowed woman discovered in Germany suggests that humanity’s earliest art might have been of the erotic variety. Digging in a cave near Stuttgart last fall, University of Tübingen archaeologist Nicholas Conard unearthed what he says is the most ancient representation of a human female yet found–and, at more than 35,000 years old, one of the oldest sculptures ever discovered.

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Compare this to the Venus of Willendorf (20.000 – 25.000 years old). Not much has changed.