History Bowdlerise / MythAndLegend

16th Aug '16 8:35:12 PM MsChibi
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** There are also children's Bibles, which tend to leave out the (many) parts involving violence and/or sex.

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** There are also children's Bibles, which tend to leave out the (many) parts involving violence and/or [[InterplayOfSexAndViolence and/or]] sex.
13th Aug '16 3:46:30 PM Salsh_Loli
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* While everyone knows the myth of Hera and Ixion; to put it short for those who don't know, Ixion attempted to seduce Hera, but get busted and punished in Tartarus. But the details of ''how'' Ixion came to seduce Hera is little knowledge to mainstream viewers and even Greek myth fans. Some of sources stated Ixion try to seduce Hera by caressing under the table when he was invited to dine with the gods. While the other and oldest version has Ixion performed cunnilingus on Hera.

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* While everyone knows the myth of Hera and Ixion; to put it short for those who don't know, Ixion attempted to seduce Hera, but get busted and punished in Tartarus. But the details of ''how'' Ixion came to seduce Hera is little knowledge to mainstream viewers and even Greek myth fans. Some of sources stated Ixion try to seduce Hera by caressing her under the table when he was invited to dine with the gods. While the other and oldest version has Ixion performed cunnilingus on Hera.
13th Aug '16 3:45:35 PM Salsh_Loli
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* While everyone knows the myth of Hera and Ixion; to put it short for those who don't know, Ixion attempted to seduce Hera, but get busted and punished in Tartarus. But the details of ''how'' Ixion came to seduce Hera is little knowledge to mainstream viewers and even Greek myth fans. Some of sources stated Ixion try to seduce Hera by caressing under the table when he was invited to dine with the gods. While the other and oldest version say Ixion performed cunnilingus on Hera.

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* While everyone knows the myth of Hera and Ixion; to put it short for those who don't know, Ixion attempted to seduce Hera, but get busted and punished in Tartarus. But the details of ''how'' Ixion came to seduce Hera is little knowledge to mainstream viewers and even Greek myth fans. Some of sources stated Ixion try to seduce Hera by caressing under the table when he was invited to dine with the gods. While the other and oldest version say has Ixion performed cunnilingus on Hera.
13th Aug '16 3:38:19 PM Salsh_Loli
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* While everyone knows the myth of Hera and Ixion; to put it short for those who don't know, Ixion attempted to seduce Hera, but get busted and punished in Tartarus. But the details of ''how'' Ixion came to seduce Hera is little knowledge to mainstream viewers. Some of sources stated Ixion try to seduce Hera by caressing under the table when he was invited to dine with the gods. While the other and oldest version say Ixion performed cunnilingus on Hera.

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* While everyone knows the myth of Hera and Ixion; to put it short for those who don't know, Ixion attempted to seduce Hera, but get busted and punished in Tartarus. But the details of ''how'' Ixion came to seduce Hera is little knowledge to mainstream viewers.viewers and even Greek myth fans. Some of sources stated Ixion try to seduce Hera by caressing under the table when he was invited to dine with the gods. While the other and oldest version say Ixion performed cunnilingus on Hera.
13th Aug '16 3:35:43 PM Salsh_Loli
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* While everyone knows the myth of Hera and Ixion; to put it short for those who don't know, Ixion attempted to seduce Hera, but get busted and punished in Tartarus. But only few people knows ''how'' Ixion came to seduce Hera. Some of sources stated Ixion caressed Hera under the table when he was invited to dine with the gods. While the other and oldest version say Ixion performed cunnilingus on Hera.

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* While everyone knows the myth of Hera and Ixion; to put it short for those who don't know, Ixion attempted to seduce Hera, but get busted and punished in Tartarus. But only few people knows the details of ''how'' Ixion came to seduce Hera. Hera is little knowledge to mainstream viewers. Some of sources stated Ixion caressed try to seduce Hera by caressing under the table when he was invited to dine with the gods. While the other and oldest version say Ixion performed cunnilingus on Hera.
13th Aug '16 3:31:40 PM Salsh_Loli
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* While everyone knows the myth of Hera and Ixion; to put it short for those who don't know, Ixion attempted to seduce Hera, but get busted and punished in Tartarus. But only few people knows ''how'' Ixion came to seduce Hera. Some of sources stated Ixion caressed Hera under the table when he was invited to dine with the gods. While the other and oldest version say Ixion performed cunnilingus on Hera.
8th Aug '16 5:56:42 PM MsChibi
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** In the Literature/BookOfEsther, lots of people hear the search for [[ReplacementGoldfish a queen to replace the divorced-and-deposed Vashti]] described as a BeautyContest, with the runners-up remaining in the RoyalHarem. While physical beauty ''was'' part of it, it was more about who could please the king the most...''in bed''. In other words, it was more of a CastingCouch than a BeautyContest. Also, the girls selected for this purpose had [[SexualHarassmentAndRapeTropes little or no say]] in whether or not they actually joined the RoyalHarem.
17th Jul '16 4:09:40 PM Kid
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* The Hades and Persephone myth is commonly known as "the Rape of Persephone". This title and the rape implied are often left out of retellings. Nor do they remind the reader that Persephone is his niece. While the story is called the "Rape of Persephone", by ancient Greece custom, abducting the bride from her home was part of the marriage ceremony, thus Hades legally married her. And marrying a niece kept family property in the family. On the plus side, they had the healthiest marriage of all the Gods that would require little additional censorship. However, it is also possible that this came from a different meaning of the word "rape". The Latin word raptio, often translated as rape, simply meant abduction of women. See [[here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rape_of_the_Sabine_Women]].

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* The Hades and Persephone myth is commonly known as "the Rape of Persephone". This title and the rape implied are often left out of retellings. Nor do they remind the reader that Persephone is his niece. While the story is called the "Rape of Persephone", by ancient Greece custom, abducting the bride from her home was part of the marriage ceremony, thus Hades legally married her. And marrying a niece kept family property in the family. On the plus side, they had the healthiest marriage of all the Gods that would require little additional censorship. However, it is also possible that this came from a different meaning of the word "rape". The Latin word raptio, often translated as rape, simply meant abduction of women. See [[here http://en.[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rape_of_the_Sabine_Women]].org/wiki/The_Rape_of_the_Sabine_Women here.]]
17th Jul '16 4:08:48 PM Kid
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* The Hades and Persephone myth is commonly known as "the Rape of Persephone". This title and the rape implied are often left out of retellings. Nor do they remind the reader that Persephone is his niece. While the story is called the "Rape of Persephone", by ancient Greece custom, abducting the bride from her home was part of the marriage ceremony, thus Hades legally married her. And marrying a niece kept family property in the family. On the plus side, they had the healthiest marriage of all the Gods that would require little additional censorship. However, it is also possible that this came from a different meaning of the word "rape". The Latin word raptio, often translated as rape, simply meant abduction of women. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rape_of_the_Sabine_Women.

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* The Hades and Persephone myth is commonly known as "the Rape of Persephone". This title and the rape implied are often left out of retellings. Nor do they remind the reader that Persephone is his niece. While the story is called the "Rape of Persephone", by ancient Greece custom, abducting the bride from her home was part of the marriage ceremony, thus Hades legally married her. And marrying a niece kept family property in the family. On the plus side, they had the healthiest marriage of all the Gods that would require little additional censorship. However, it is also possible that this came from a different meaning of the word "rape". The Latin word raptio, often translated as rape, simply meant abduction of women. See [[here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Rape_of_the_Sabine_Women.org/wiki/The_Rape_of_the_Sabine_Women]].
29th Jun '16 9:11:57 PM MsChibi
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** There are also children's Bibles, which tend to leave out the (many) parts involving violence and/or sex.
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