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To the Greeks and Romans who shared their wonderful mythologies with the world.


Present Day, Mount Olympus, Home of the Greek Gods and Goddesses

Zeus, my husband, god of all gods and goddesses, ruler of Mount Olympus and my heart, you are mistaken when you say satisfaction can be guaranteed when pleasuring a woman—strictly a physical state of being. That a man and a woman need not share a deeper love for one another to be totally satisfied, and that a marriage that binds them forever is unnecessary.” Hera stroked his curly gray hair and nipped at his ear, her fingers trailing down his naked chest.

Zeus leaned over and kissed his wife’s cheek, his hands touching her bare shoulder in whisper soft caresses. “Hera, goddess of marriage and married women, and my beautiful wife, you are wrong.” He gave her one of his dimpled smug smiles. “Whether love exists or not between a man and woman, the sexual act is all that is required between mortal and immortals alike to fulfill the need connecting them. Take Asarian as a prime example. As demi-god of pleasure, he imparts sexual gratification to women who have never before experienced such a wonder. Neither he nor they fall in love. ‘Tis a lustful joining of the bodies, and both male and female are totally satiated, blissfully satisfied in the end. It is an experience they cherish forevermore. What more could we wish for?”

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