Hand Job: The Victorian Art of Furtling


The use of ones hands to simulate or create the impression of anatomical features in a postcard or photograph. This practice was more commonly for entertainment purposes rather than overt sexual gratification.
In an era before radio and television, Furtling was a somewhat common parlor phenomenon in the Victorian era. -Courtesy of the Urban Dictionary

Wait, WHAT???

Let me explain. You take a photograph or drawing and cut out various naughty bits, then use your hands and fingers to recreate the missing features. A good furtler can imitate legs, breasts, buttocks, and even more intimate ares- this is my finger:

That's one hot furtle!

That's one hot furtle!


Further your Furtling:

-More hot finger photos at The Secret Finger Trick

-Be the life of your next steam punk tea party by printing out these Furtling Postcards kindly provided by Fentiman’s.

The Naughty Victorian Handbook: The Rediscovered Art of Erotic Hand Manipulation


1 Response to “Hand Job: The Victorian Art of Furtling”

  1. November 16, 2010 at 3:28 am

    is it sad that i think that is kind of hot? yes? *runs away crying*

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