The Cup Bearer, and Other Stories (Erato's Musings)


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The Purpose of Myths

For thousands of years the myth stories of the Ancient Greeks and Romans have been shared. Why? To humanize the natural world, to explain religious and cultural rituals, as parables for children, and to share the heroic histories of their world. Never before have these stories been shared for the sole purpose of arousal. These dramatic and, very often, tragic retellings of classic myths explore the various mores of sexual exploration and experimentation.

In The Cup Bearer, the question of true and lasting love between an older, more powerful man and a younger man is explored. In Virgin's Secret, a woman faces the question of exactly where the line falls on what qualifies as sexual intercourse. In A Fertility God, a man confronts the dilemma of a normal sex life despite a serious medical condition. And in Sleeping Beauty, a woman learns to handle a life of undying love with her comatose partner.

How will each deal with their unique situation while still fulfilling their deepest and most passionate desires?

The answer will stimulate you in extraordinary ways.

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