By Elizabeth Emery, Guest Contributor. Recent news reports and opinion pieces lament the emotional stunting of male millennials addicted to violent Internet porn, and propose that things were different when graphic material was harder to obtain and share. Goncourt would reprise much of the same vocabulary in his book-length studies of artists Utamaro and Hokusai where he similarly fixates on violence done to women. The first image, for example, does not chronicle an act of necrophilia; instead it acknowledges the universality of sexual appetites. Her initial insults break into graphic onomatopoetic representations of orgasm.