Bridge of the tits

Regarded as one of the most romantic locations on the planet, the Italian city of Venice draws in millions of visitors each and every year. The city is especially popular as a honeymoon destination, but when we delve back into history, some aspects of life in Venice start to seem a whole lot less romantic. Located in the parish of San Cassiano in the sestiere of San Polo, this bridge seems relatively simple and unassuming at first glance, lacking any real distinguishing features or ornate carvings. However, it has a very fascinating story attached to it. Ponte delle Tette on rio di san Canciano.
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Bridge of Tits, cusiority of - Venice Italy

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Bridge of Tits, cusiority of - Venice Italy

This Venetian Bridge, also known as the Tit Bridge, or Ponte Tette, was known in 15th century Venice as the bridge that tried turning homosexual men into heterosexual men. Back in the day, the Council of Venice was shocked to learn that not all prostitutes were women, and that the red light districts were centers of homosexual as well as heterosexual sex. The Council came up with a solution for this. They asked the courtesans to stand on the bridge with their tits exposed in order to prove they weren't male prostitutes in drag.
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Ponte delle Tette

This bridge once held magical properties that could turn homosexual men into heterosexual men — properties held in such high regard that the Council of Venice actually sponsored them. But then, what else would you expect of a crosswalk dubbed "The Bridge of Breasts"? In 14th century Venice, while no one was under the impression that sex outside of wedlock was sanctioned by the church, people were generally of the opinion that prostitution had a salutary effect on society. It was a harmless way to keep a large amount of drunk, armed young men occupied and it provided money for women who might otherwise have starved or relied on the state to support them.
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The Serenissima restricted prostitution in Venice to the area Carampane di Rialto by official decree in The prostitutes were severely restricted in their movement and behaviour. The buildings of the area had become property of the Serenissima when the last of the rich Rampani family had died without an heir. They could not work on certain holy days, with transgression of the rules sometimes resulting in flogging. During the 16th century, the prostitutes faced strong competition from homosexuals and formally asked the Doge to help them.
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