In popular culture, as this sexual revolution gathered force, female promiscuity was no longer deemed pathological: "nice girls do have affairs, and they do not necessarily die of them" declared Helen Gurley Brown, while psychologist, Albert Ellis in his 1964 Nymphomania: A Study of the Oversexed Woman, wrote that most women popularly portrayed as nymphomaniacs
were "nothing but highly-sexed females who would hardly be noticed if they were males
did not have to have a partner to be labeled as such, and much of the nineteenth century history of nymphomania is concerned with masturbation.
She plays a staid housewife who is hit on the head and becomes a raging nymphomaniac
In this essay, even in the anecdotes spotlighting ridiculous Europeans, Indian men appear only as flatulent buffoons mystified by European technology, and Indian women appear only as scantily-clad nymphomaniacs
A village not unlike The League of Gentleman's Royston Vasey (with strikingly similar humour), Llareggub's residents include bigamists, nymphomaniacs