Artemis and a massacre at the Tree of Life

Helen of Troy: Unwomanly in Her Sexuality

2016.05.03 | Darah Vann Though Simone de Beauvoir has forced us to question what makes a woman, the ancient Greeks thought that they knew the answer. There was no separation of sex from gender, and the idea of the female body was thought of solely in comparison to the male body.[1] Nevertheless, in Classical Greek popular culture, including theater and the oral traditions of the Iliad and Odyssey, one is… Read more

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