23 febrero 2013 at 9:17 pm (no me digas)


Pajilleras Corps Hospice of San Juan de Dios de Málaga. –

It was December 1840. Spain last year of the First Carlist War. Dead and wounded soldiers everywhere. Triumph of the side “liberal” supporters of Isabel II. His Grace Excellence through singular “derogation” authorizing the creation Pajilleras Corps of Hospice of San Juan de Dios de Málaga.
The palilleiras of charity (as they began to call on the peninsula) were women, regardless of age or physical appearance, lent maneuvers Masturbation comfort with the many soldiers wounded in the battles of the recent Spanish Carlist War.
The author of this peculiar idea, was the sister Sister Ethel Sifuentes, a nun of forty-five who was on duty as a nurse in the aforementioned hospice.
Sister Ethel had noticed the bad mood, anxiety and testosterone-saturated atmosphere wounded in the hospital ward. He decided to get down to work and started along some sisters to “pajillear” the robust and virile soldiers without distinction of degree.
Since then, both soldiers and officers, were playing their “straw” daily. The results were immediate. The mood changed dramatically in the pavilion, and temperamental men at arms again politely socialize with each other, even though in many cases, had fought on opposing sides.
At the emotional core of palilleiras sisters, secular voluntary joined, attracted by the desire to provide such dedicated service. These voluntary, was imposed (in order to protect the modesty and decency) the strict use of a uniform: a loose overcoat hiding the female form, and a linen veil that muffled his face.
The resounding success, resulting in the proliferation of various palilleiras bodies throughout the country, grouped under various partnerships and modalities.
Arise in this way, the body Pajilleras of Queen, The Relief palilleiras Huelva, The Slaves of the straw from the Heart of Mary, and well into the twentieth century, the Pasionaria Pajilleras that would provide assistance both to the Republic troops.
In Latin America, rarely outside metropolitan fashions, the palilleiras also had its moments of glory. During the Mexican civil war, very great aid brindaros troops on all sides, The Sisters of Consolation, secular organization (although near the church) who offered his wrists fatigue to calm manly impulses.
These sisters were suddenly different and vulgar nicknames, popular fruit of unfailing wit, such as “mamacitas or” ordenadoras “.
In Mexico the custom went to the West Indies where they were particularly successful “sobagüevo” (really), Dominicans, all sexagenarias midwives who had chosen to occupy their evenings in this peculiar form of Social Service.
The last place in America where these dedicated ladies made their fortune, was in Brazil. There Prestes Column on the march was accompanied by a small but efficient troupe ladies beixapau paulistas-calls-but only made use of agile movements of his hands conjured the melody of the soldiers.
Various sources along the Panama oral, discussed in the hamlet known in the nineteenth century as Pago de los Arroyos, there was a small cluster for some decades dedicated to this activity. They were known as the Daughters of Our Lady of the “Subject incarnate” referring and doubtful memorial to his old founder, dead with hands in the dough, with a soldier on his day off.
The custom disappeared and so far not aware of other congregations.

(This I have read Vdes is absolutely true. If you think it is going to the sources of information that are in the Archive of the Indies in Seville and read this strange and incredible story)



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