The Victorians may have attempted to show the world they were upright, strict and full of virtue but much of this thinking has been subverted by their erotic and pornographic writing. With a vast Empire to organise and rule Victorians authors also had a wealth of new locations in which to have their characters fornicate in their written erotic adventures. These purveyors of erotic literature were no slouches when it came to getting their materials into the hands and minds of others. They used one of the great tools of the day; the literary magazine. Engagingly in the great tradition of literary magazines who serialised many wonderful books the Victorians had their own pornographic magazine which ran for eighteen monthly issues from July 1879 to December 1880. That seems to be quite some enterprise when you consider just the business side of printing and distribution of it whilst one presumes the law was casting its beady eyes at you. On the literary side it managed to print six serialised novels with Lady Pokingham or They All Do It being one of them as well as many short stories and a whole host of other minutiae including ballads, poems, limericks, jokes, witticisms, puns, ditties all in textures from refined to coarse. This book details the sexual adventures of Lady Beatrice Pokingham, a bright, beautiful and beguiling young woman who we first encounter in a letter she is writing late in life to Walter. She recounts her life story beginning from her earliest memory of being spanked on the bottom by a birch whilst at boarding school aged 7 and noting the almost uncontrollable excitement of the teacher. Her loss of innocence was rapid and debauchery was rife before and after her marriage to a metrosexual husband lusting for new sexual highs. This is a must read for those who enjoy graphic sexual content of the Victorian kind.