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19th century map made by “a lady” we see that women are all feelings, all the time. Just feelings and rivers of lacivisouness. And a very small territory of good sense. Baby, we’ve come a long way since the mid 1800s (or, we suspect this map might have been drawn by a man). - Huffington Post

An unflattering map of a Victorian woman's heart. “The Open Country of Woman’s Heart: Exhibiting its internal communications, and the facilities and dangers to Travellers therein” (D. Kellogg & Co. of Hartford, Connecticut,