PERSONAL NOTE: THERE IS A SEX TOY COMPANY IN China…in Dalian city (I visited the city during my final year in China to be assigned to write two textbooks for university students in China). Little did I know that Dalian is the place to create, produce and sell to the world Silicon Sex full-size female toys for many lonely bachelors in China who today cannot find a wife! We call this new breed, Bare Branches, the consequence of the one child policy in China, when females would be destroyed before they had a chance to be born! According to the company, they say these desperate men are willing to pay huge sums of money for this life-like silicon sex toys to sleep with…they are selling this in USA and this same toy could sell for about 2 to 2 thousand American dollars! Not cheap…with that money in Money, you could have many nights in the hotels where there are plenty of females to satisfy your sexual desires! It is happening every corner in China…I should know because I spent 7 long years as a visiting professor in China…and any time you go to a hotel, there are females waiting to serve your every whim and fancy when it comes to sexual activities! I did not know the Greeks were worse! Imagine a female having sex with a swan? See the pictures to believe it! A greek myth! As we say in the west, no fire no smoke! Or human imagination gone wild! steve, usa, november 19, 2018 email@example.com blog – https://getting2knowyou-china.com
Pompeii dig reveals erotic Leda and Swan fresco BBC News November 20, 2018
Archaeologists at Pompeii have found an erotic Roman fresco depicting Leda and the Swan – a Greek myth that has inspired artists for centuries.
The latest find is believed to have decorated a bedroom in a wealthy home near the ancient city centre.
Pompeii was buried under volcanic ash when Mount Vesuvius erupted in the 1st century AD. The new find is on Via del Vesuvio, in the site’s Regio V area.
In the myth, the god Zeus turned into a swan and raped Leda, Queen of Sparta.
That event had huge consequences, according to classical mythology: Leda’s intercourse with the swan and then with her husband, King Tyndareus, resulted in two eggs, from which hatched Helen, Clytemnestra and the twins Castor and Pollux.
Image copyrightEPAImage captionThe fresco was near the entrance to a fine villa on one of Pompeii’s main roads
The swan’s seduction of Leda was a potent subject for artists in Renaissance Italy in the 16th Century: it inspired paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Tintoretto, and many other artworks.
The original works by Leonardo and Michelangelo are missing, but copies are on display in galleries.
Leda and the Swan is also a classic poem by William Butler Yeats, a major figure in 20th-Century literature.
Recently an erotic fresco depicting Priapus – a Roman fertility god – was unearthed near the Leda fresco. He is shown weighing his penis on a pair of scales. But the artwork is in worse condition than the Leda fresco.
Leda’s powerful legacy
Leda’s daughter Helen went on to marry King Menelaus of Sparta and her abduction by Prince Paris of Troy was what triggered the Trojan War, according to legend. Helen had many suitors and was reputed to be the most beautiful woman in Greece.
Clytemnestra was another iconic Greek woman whose story inspired artists down the centuries. She murdered Agamemnon, King of Mycenae, who was a brother of Menelaus.
Zeus became the Roman god Jupiter and Pompeii is rich in artworks celebrating episodes from the Greek myth