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  • The first foot binding recorded was in 10th century in south China. According to the story, the emperor of China had a favorite mistress; a dancer who built a lotus-shaped stage.

The first foot binding recorded was in 10th century in south China. According to the story, the emperor of China had a favorite mistress; a dancer who built a lotus-shaped stage. She bound her feet into a hoof-shaped like, and she danced on the stage. The other mistresses thought it made her more attractive than them, so they made their feet bound to gain approval from the emperor. This practice soon reached north China. In the 12th to mid-17thcentury, foot binding became popular widespread, and for every woman who wanted to get married had to make their feet bound. Although many people followed this practice, very poor and women who worked in fishing did not bind their feet because they needed normal feet to balance on the boats.

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Between the ages of four and six were the preferred ages that girls could bind their feet. The toes were bended underneath the sole and wrapped with long ribbons all the way to the ankle. The idea was to break the feet whenever it grew too big. This process took for about two to three years, and then the feet would be bound for the rest of the women’s life. The bounding of feet developed strong muscles in women’s hips, thighs, and buttocks, which became attractive to Chinese men.

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The foot binding practice, though, became unfashionable when the Qing dynasty had fallen in the 19th century. When the Western countries colonized with China, they had a great impact in eradicating this practice; but not in the mountainous areas. The unfashionable bound feet affected many marriages. Women with bound feet were humiliated and many never showed their feet to their husbands again.

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The first foot binding recorded was in 10th century in south China. According to the story, the emperor of China had a favorite mistress; a dancer who built a lotus-shaped stage. She bound her feet into a hoof-shaped like, and she danced on the stage. The other mistresses thought it made her more attractive than them, so they made their feet bound to gain approval from the emperor. This practice soon reached north China. In the 12th to mid-17thcentury, foot binding became popular widespread, and for every woman who wanted to get married had to make their feet bound. Although many people followed this practice, very poor and women who worked in fishing did not bind their feet because they needed normal feet to balance on the boats.

Between the ages of four and six were the preferred ages that girls could bind their feet. The toes were bended underneath the sole and wrapped with long ribbons all the way to the ankle. The idea was to break the feet whenever it grew too big. This process took for about two to three years, and then the feet would be bound for the rest of the women’s life. The bounding of feet developed strong muscles in women’s hips, thighs, and buttocks, which became attractive to Chinese men.

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The foot binding practice, though, became unfashionable when the Qing dynasty had fallen in the 19th century. When the Western countries colonized with China, they had a great impact in eradicating this practice; but not in the mountainous areas. The unfashionable bound feet affected many marriages. Women with bound feet were humiliated and many never showed their feet to their husbands again.

This blog post is based on one the scoopits!

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