NO MAN (OR WOMAN) IS AN ISLAND
In this drawing, inspired by a 100 B.C. statue in the Athens Archaeological Museum, the attitude of Aphrodite can be interpreted as a playful rejection of the purely lustful advances of Pan in favor of deeper, more intimate love as Cupid, the mythic matchmaker, looks on.
heart, and bonding through shared likes and dislikes. With a romantic partner, of course, it also includes sexuality. Sex Still Gets Attention In todayâ€™s more open society, sexuality is increasingly bared in advertising. Condoms are, of course, natural props for the Loverâ€™s jour-