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Cognitive Dissonance: Hestia vs. Aphrodite

 

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It is the nature of our soul to aspire towards the infinite. This infinite can be the Divine. This infinite can be also be thought of as archetypes. Carl Jung (renowned psychologist) and Plato taught us that archetypes are a collection of inherited unconscious ideas revealed through patterns of thought, images, dreams, mythology, fantasies, etc., that exist for all humans regardless of culture or time in history. We are born with them pre-wired in our psyche and they are universally present.

The Greek gods represent archetypes or combinations of archetypes. Many of these gods were also found in other cultures (with different names) or represented as important characters through stories and images. Modern-day superheroes as well as literary and movie characters channel the archetypes or combinations of archetypes. They resonate deeply within us and we connect with them.

As I try understand my past and forge a better future, I am increasingly confronted with the reality of archetypes and the psychological frameworks developed by Carl Jung. Knowingly or not, they have influenced my life and assuredly those of others. Our draw to them is seemingly instinctual. In Romantic Love: Hearts of Fire, I explore the dangerous projection of divine love we place on others. This often ends in a repeating cycle of extreme highs followed by crushing despair in a never ending quest for Romantic Love as the highest form of love. In Shadows, I explore Carl Jung’s psychological concepts around shadow and psyche and the struggles we all face to merge our darkness and light into Self. In Dawn of Understanding, I have some fun with Batman and how our personality types (Jungian-based classifications) and psyche influence our connection to superheroes and what it says about us as individuals.

One could build an entire blog around archetypes or an individual archetype and some do. My goal here is more limited and seeks to only recognize that archetypes exist, appreciate their influence, and understand what it means in our relationships.

Hestia vs. Aphrodite

At a very high level, Hestia is thought of as the goddess of the hearth (symbolic of home’s center and public center of gathering) and family. Interestingly, despite her being the center of the home she is identified as being a virgin (perhaps to discourage her sexualization). In contrast, Aphrodite is the goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation. Aphrodite is highly sexualized.

It is the nature of our soul to flow towards infinite perfection. A woman can aspire towards Hestia OR Aphrodite and feel content to the degree she feels she is succeeding. In contrast, if a woman’s aspirations flow towards both Hestia AND Aphrodite, she experiences cognitive dissonance. Cognitive dissonance is the mental stress or discomfort experienced by an individual holding two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values at the same time. A woman cannot be highly sexual and non-sexual. A woman cannot, as a steady state of being, exist simultaneously as both Hestia and Aphrodite. Of course, there is a happy middle ground. She can flow between these archetypes. At times, she can dial up her Hestia. At other times, she can dial up her Aphrodite.

If only life were so simple. A man also has a preference for Hestia or Aphrodite as his ideal. A man may dream of and crave Hestia as his anchor and center of his home. He dreams of a wife that is a wonderful homemaker and mother to his children. He doesn’t see her in a passionate or intimate way and finds comfort in her not having these desires. She is above such base desires and is placed upon a pedestal of purity. This is the idea behind Courtly Love which is a form of Romantic Love without physical intimacy. For the sake of brevity, I think we can all recognize that some men (not all) also have desires for Aphrodite, the sexual and eroticized goddess. I also suspect many men want Hestia AND Aphrodite. We can’t have both in their infinite and perfect forms. Like women, man’s desire for both leads to cognitive dissonance.

This leads me back to an early post,  What is Ideal Love? Seven Forms of Love. There are three elements (passion, commitment, and intimacy) that intermingle to create seven forms of love with consummate love being the highest order. Aphrodite can give us Infatuation, Romantic Love, or Fantasy Love. Hestia can provide for Friendship Love, Empty Love, or Companionate Love. It seems that what we need is a combination of Hestia and Aphrodite to reach the ideal love known as Consummate Love.

From a man’s perspective, we need to understand something very clearly. I need Hestia and Aphrodite. But, I can’t expect them to exist simultaneously in their divine, infinite perfection in a woman. They are conflicting states of perfection. I need to be more forgiving when a woman isn’t Aphrodite when I want her to be. I need to support her efforts to channel her Hestia as well and acknowledge this as equally important. She is fighting her own struggle for balance. While my sex drive and affection isn’t what I consider a weakness, I know there are men that overvalue a woman’s Hestia and discourage her Aphrodite. A woman is also a sexual being and has needs. My ongoing story about Yumi is one example where a husband denies his wife’s need for passion and intimacy. While I’m not sure, I expect Keisha was in a similar position.

From a woman’s perspective, women should understand that men do appreciate Hestia even if we aren’t aware of it or seemingly take it for granted. When we don’t express our gratitude, approach us with grace about it. Remind us why it is important to you and the value you receive from it. It fulfills a goddess in you that isn’t sexual but equally important. We love you and want you to feel appreciated. We are just block heads sometimes and need a gentle nudge. We also want your Aphrodite. Don’t treat your passion and intimacy as a gift our reward to us. That is treating us like a child. Passion and intimacy is a gift we share with one another.

Concluding Thoughts

I once had a female friend that was separated and heading towards divorce. She said, “Well, I guess I better get back to the gym and get tight again.” I recall feeling very deflated by this comment. She felt like she needed to workout to look and feel more beautiful and sexy. She was now willing to put in the work to look her best for a man she hasn’t even met yet. Yet, for the man that had once loved and married her, feeling and being sexy hadn’t been important enough. I know plenty of guys going through divorce that have said the same thing as they joked and rubbed their beer belly. We can do better for each other and ourselves.

My story about Virginia and Hannah that began with Someone’s Knocking at the Door was the driver behind this Hestia-Aphrodite post. Virginia was a virgin and I believe I saw Hestia in her. Unfortunately, Hestia was all I saw. I didn’t feel her desire to give pleasure at all. Passion felt like a reward she was wielding.  Aphrodite was not present. As Hannah knocked on my door looking for “ice”, I joked and called her an “Aphrodite looking babe”. She definitely channeled her Aphrodite. I continued Hannah’s story in Hannah – Uncaged and shared a fantasy letter she had written. I shared it because it is dripping with Romantic Love and passion. The same is true of Paris in the Video: Strawberry Letter 23. The love expressed in these moments felt like divine perfection. The letters are real and the feelings felt by these women and others I will share are also real. But, believing they are real and sustainable at this level of intensity is the illusion of Romantic Love.

Hestia or Aphrodite? Please, each of you take my hand and lead me to the bridge from Romantic Love to Consummate Love. Maybe we can stop along the way to bake some blueberry muffins and have a hot threesome?

49 comments on “Cognitive Dissonance: Hestia vs. Aphrodite

  1. Aurora
    August 20, 2016

    Michael, you are a smart, smart man. I so agree with this. None of us are all one thing or another and to try to hold someone to what you believe they should be is damaging to a relationship. I have heard this as the virgin vs whore dichotomy- that some men stop seeing their wives as sexual beings and sort of worship them as this sweet pure homemaker. Then they want someone they see as a wonton sexual being to give their passion to. Such a shame, because I believe we are both. I am certainly both and sometimes I do feel a sort of cognitive dissonance about it. Like, if some people who know me in real life, knew how much I like/think about sex(and they know somewhat because I’m pretty open but still they don’t know the half of it, lol), they would be shocked and think I was wrong for it. Because I have kids, I’m sweet and kind and wholesome, etc.
    Anyway, that’s enough babbling on your post, lol. I hope you get to make muffins AND have a threesome soon! 😀

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    • Michael
      August 20, 2016

      Sexy (and smart!) Aurora, your thoughtful comments are always such special gifts…I truly cherish them. :-* I had never heard of the virgin-whore dichotomy. I’m going to add it as a “tag”, ha! Hopefully, this at least put a little different spin on it. I agree with you that we can be both at times. I’m thinking about you being so sweet, wholesome, and naughty…baking muffins in nothing but an apron right now! :P<3 Sorry, I got distracted. Your thoughts around what other women think and perhaps pressure women place on one another to be a certain way is interesting. I didn't touch on that but the societal pressure is an important part of this too. Glad you liked the muffin and threesome conclusion. I was feeling so stuffy writing this and needed a little friskiness at the end! 🙂

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      • Aurora
        August 20, 2016

        I had never heard of the Hestia Aphrodite dichotomy either so we’re even! 😊 I enjoy your writing always, Michael. You are always so reflective and that ability is rare I find. Thoughtful reflections help us to be the best we can be I think. Ha ha! That’s something I would totally do with no kids around. Naked is fun!

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        • Michael
          August 21, 2016

          I made that one up…I should copyright it, ha! I am sure you are a wonderful mother and Hestia. And, when the kids aren’t around or you are escaping into WP…clearly a delicious Aphrodite! :-*<3

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          • Aurora
            August 21, 2016

            Thank you, Michael! See how smart you are to think this up!? That’s amazing. A friend told me about the other thing a little while ago and you just thought it up all by yourself!

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  2. Selina
    August 20, 2016

    Love love LOVE this and thank you for sharing something that really made me look and think ☺️💕💪🏽

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    • Michael
      August 20, 2016

      Thank you so much, Selina! So glad it caught your cat-like eyes. I really appreciate you checking this out and sharing your reaction. 🙂

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  3. Simona
    August 21, 2016

    Beautiful post Michael 🙂

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    • Michael
      August 21, 2016

      Thank you, Simona 🙂 As always, I appreciate you stopping by to explore a post ❤

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  4. tickledfancee
    August 21, 2016

    Michael, this is an amazingly insightful post at a time when I’ve been exploring these two edges within myself. While I have that inner Aphrodite, my comfort zone persona is generally quite nerdy and earthy.
    It is also nice to have a male perspective on this as it also gives me better insight into both my marriage as well as a role play relationship I recently had. Things were very vanilla back then, almost formulaic. I yearned for more and didn’t know how to express it. Meanwhile in the role play, I was able to learn a way to express some of my deepest sexual desires in a way that felt safe and that I felt unattached to how he would view me. It opened up a new world for me in many ways, at least mentally!
    Funny how even at a distance you are a muse for me…. I had started to write about this role play interaction over a month ago and it fell under dust when things fell apart. Your post gave my desire to write about role playing a new breath of life (My final post will link to this one.) Most of all I have a new understanding of why this experience was so hot for me and my role play partner.
    Thank you for this post, Michael!
    PS I see you have been busy! In doing a search to get to your site I discovered your work on deviant art. I love the witchy woman and mermaid!
    PSS “the summer of Sam” has a couple that portrays the virgin-whore dichotomy that Aurora mentions. The husband only has sex with his wife in missionary, with the lights off and her in a nightgown. She begs for more interaction. Then he fucks whores in the back seats of cars to get his sexual desires met…

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    • tickledfancee
      August 21, 2016

      Funny Freudian slip, will you please see needy as nerdy, above 😉 there’s some truth in the needy too, aren’t we all?! 😉

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      • Michael
        August 22, 2016

        Haha! I fixed it… 🙂 You aren’t needy or nerdy…just sexy and wonderful :-*

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    • Michael
      August 21, 2016

      Wow, you left some wonderful magic in this reply. So many fun and sexy thoughts to absorb and savor, mmmm! You know I appreciate your struggle with the scales and searching finding balance. The progress you have made to become more in touch and comfortable with your flow towards Aphrodite–I believe you sometimes refer this often as leading with your inner feminine, or releasing your goddess. I’m fascinated by your upcoming story on role play and mental stimulation within a relationship. While I’ve written about this primarily in the context of cuckolding the underlying tenets apply to tapping into any form sexual fantasy. It moves us from–love how you characterized this–the formulaic vanilla existense which kills the passion once driving Romantic Love. Thank you too for the Deviant Art comments! 😀 I’m not very active there but wanted to see what it was all about and if there were any synergies to be found. The jury on it is still out, ha! I’ll be sharing those images here too and really flattered that you liked them. <3:-* Scanned the description of the movie you referenced…sounds rough. I can definitely imagine a hotter story to be told! 🙂

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      • tickledfancee
        August 21, 2016

        Oh, the summer of Sam couple is not primary to the story….just a relationship impression that has stuck with me for a while.
        I’ve had some more time to reflect on the dichotomies here and seeing how they have played a role in several ways through out my life. Suffice it to say that I find myself more attracted to men who have been able to see me as both nurturing and a vixen.
        Looking forward to more of your art. It’s quite well done.

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  5. Kristi
    August 21, 2016

    this is really great. for many, many years i found myself playing the role of Hestia yet struggling with the ever present Aphrodite (that i would try and squash down). not realizing i could have both, be both. once i did though… holy fuck what an awakening. to be able to love and accept all parts of your being is an incredible gift to oneself. threesomes and all. 😉

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    • Michael
      August 21, 2016

      You channel your Hestia and Aphrodite so wonderfully–only affirmation here! 😀 It is interesting how so many women struggle with this and I’m sure, at times, guys don’t make the struggle any easier. Your gift to yourself is also a gift to others and I thank you for it, sexy girl! :-*

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  6. rushmorejudd
    August 21, 2016

    very interesting post. it will stick with me for awhile. thanks

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    • Michael
      August 21, 2016

      Thank you, Rushmore! Glad it had some traction and you enjoyed it 🙂

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  7. Morgan
    August 21, 2016

    It is a good interesting post that many should read. Everyone has more than one side to them some people are either afraid or don’t know how to live out each part of themselves. Balance is a important thing because the soul mind soul and body all need to be taken care of all need to be touched in a certain way. It’s like being sweet and spicy or as I say sweet and sexy.

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    • Michael
      August 22, 2016

      Very well said, beautiful Morgan. I imagine you take great care of both sides. Tapping into your Aphrodite, I can almost feel those words and emotions flowing smoothly of your sexy lips right now…. 🙂

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      • Morgan
        August 22, 2016

        Yes I do, both sides are important. You make a certain part of very sultry……. reading your words make my fingers, wonder into that sultry place. Imaging your fingers, You’re a sexy leo lion

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        • Michael
          August 28, 2016

          Morgan, you are quite the enchanting seductress….mmmm!:-* As I think about you reading and flowing through my thoughts and fantasies as your fingers find their way to your silky wetness…I’m intensely aroused. It is something we have created together and I want to feel your fire, sexy girl :-*

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  8. Copper Cranes
    August 22, 2016

    Michael, this is a fantastic and beautifully written post, full of insight and wisdom.
    ~ Mia

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    • Michael
      August 22, 2016

      Thank you Mia, glad you enjoyed it. 🙂 I have to give something like this a try every now and then just to pull some thoughts together along the journey. Hope you had a great day! 🙂

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      • Copper Cranes
        August 22, 2016

        You’re welcome Michael, I did enjoy it. Hmm… “just pull some thoughts together”, this is an excellent write. Your exploration and narrative on the “Cognitive Dissonance: Hestia vs. Aphrodite” is impressive, detailed, and very well thought out. You’re full of surprises. Thank you for the kind wishes, I hope your day was great too! 🙂

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  9. Dont You Forget About Me
    August 24, 2016

    A very well thought out and presented post that has given me lots to contemplate on in how ideals of archetypes may have shaped my own opinion of myself.

    I’m fascinated by the ‘pre-wiring’ concept of the human brain as Jung, Plato, and even Einstein expanded their thoughts and thinking on the subject and spent their lifetimes in research.

    How does one explain the ‘just knowing’ something as fact or that they’ve met their one(when talking about love)? How do we know? Is it a delusion? I don’t think so. Synchronicity is too hard to duplicate, that’s just my opinion.

    Maybe this “knowing’ is a coping mechanism to comfort ourselves that we, as an evolved species, still really don’t have all the answers to the Universe- or concept of Universe that we know? Maybe we make it all completely up, for it’s better to have an answer, no matter how mind expanding it sounds to others, than possess no answer for unexplained things, thoughts and feelings?
    Or is it more?
    Maybe it is traces of past knowledge and memory that our most capable brains have stored and passed down to us through the Divine with abilities that really haven’t been proven or documented other than strong belief that we only use about 10% of our brains, what else are we capable of knowing with 90% more?
    Or wilder yet and a mind blowing concept- these knowing knowledge memories could be given to us genetically? Keeping us ALL connected on a cellular level as Einstein theorized. He said- ‘there is no absolute space-time coordinate system, so there are no absolute positions in time and space. All times and positions are relative.’ On your Hestia vs. Aphrodite train of thought, you pointed out being in conflict with one another if trying to be them at the same time, there his theory makes a lot sense. It’s all relative and possible to be each, just not at the same time. Even men should/could be faced with being Hestia or Aphrodite on some level at times in their lives depending on their ying and yang of feminine and masculine make ups. Don’t you think?
    Goodness I better stop before I keep going and make you think I’m entirely nuts! lol

    I know there are a lot of holes in my theories and flaws in my questions. I was just spitting them out as fast as I was thinking them. You sparked my neurons and made them jump in all kinds of directions with your post! 🙂

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    • Michael
      September 17, 2016

      Sorry for the delayed reply. I had replied earlier but hadn’t linked it to your original comment I replied: Wow, your sparked neurons resulted in a fascinating comment!🙂 I like the way you think and write. I haven’t read too much on Einstein’s theories…so many great thinkers before us and so little time to explore them in a meaningful way. I do find it interesting that you have picked up on some intersections in their work. Now, I’m going to have to read more and dig deeper, ha! I don’t mean to be plugging other posts I’ve written but, if you haven’t read it, I think you might find Romantic Love: Hearts on Fire an interesting read. It touches on your comment about love (perhaps soul mates) and advances the point that “soul mate” may actually be an infinite and divine projection from our soul on a finite being and not sustainable…an illusion. To your point, this feeling and yearning is something we are each pre-wired with. Your thoughts and inquiries around knowledge, untapped mental capacity, and the quest for answers is…fun and mind blowing.😉 Thank you so much for such a wonderful comment. This is kind of comment that I will come back to time and again to check my own beliefs…see what I may have overlooked in my thinking…and to think about the new paths/questions to explore that you posed in your comments. Truly, a fascinating comment!

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  11. Michael
    August 25, 2016

    Wow, your sparked neurons resulted in a fascinating comment! 🙂 I like the way you think and write. I haven’t read too much on Einstein’s theories…so many great thinkers before us and so little time to explore them in a meaningful way. I do find it interesting that you have picked up on some intersections in their work. Now, I’m going to have to read more and dig deeper, ha! I don’t mean to be plugging other posts I’ve written but, if you haven’t read it, I think you might find Romantic Love: Hearts on Fire an interesting read. It touches on your comment about love (perhaps soul mates) and advances the point that “soul mate” may actually be an infinite and divine projection from our soul on a finite being and not sustainable…an illusion. To your point, this feeling and yearning is something we are each pre-wired with. Your thoughts and inquiries around knowledge, untapped mental capacity, and the quest for answers is…fun and mind blowing. 😉 Thank you so much for such a wonderful comment. This is kind of comment that I will come back to time and again to check my own beliefs…see what I may have overlooked in my thinking…and to think about the new paths/questions to explore that you posed in your comments. Truly, a fascinating comment!

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  12. Yesenia Faye
    August 27, 2016

    I’ve always loved greek mythology, and other mythologies, and have also found an astounding source of inspiration in ancient beliefs. But i love how you displayed what Hestia meant. Like everyone knows that Aphrodite was the desirable showy sex idol, but i’ve never though of Hestia the way you’ve portrayed her.

    that’s a lot to chew on mentally lol. I especially like your comparison of the two and how in a man’s world one or the other is preferred. That dichotomy is definitely something to consider when mulling over ideas about love and romance. should we seek out ultimate ideals? or search for a messy cross between everything the world has to offer?

    personally, i’d want the mess. it’s more fun, more painful (through which more educational), and ultimately more rewarding.

    there’s a lot to think about and process here. awesome post 🙂

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    • Michael
      August 27, 2016

      Thanks for checking this one out, Yesenia. 🙂 Loved your comment too…it is a lot to chew on, ha! I’m with you on the messy in between as a preference (please pardon the sexual innuendo). I think if we can just recognize there are multiple “ideals of perfection” we are unknowingly being pulled towards, we can reduce a lot of the disillusionment we experience with ourselves and others chasing infinite spaces on earth. We can be sexy AND we can be other ways too…like Hestia. We just have to recognize the edges and flow between them at different times. Anyway, sorry for the long reply. Glad you enjoyed! ❤

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      • Yesenia Faye
        August 28, 2016

        🙂
        I always kind of loved Hestia. She wasn’t flashy sexy, but quiet sexy. And that’s my favorite kind of sexy.

        But definitely. Modern “ideals” of beauty are too narrow (almost literally). And perhaps that’s why so many people aren’t feeling their relationships/marriages and feel the need to pursue a counselor or even a divorce. “we can reduce a lot of the disillusionment” (love this btw) by just accepting that flaws are part of the perfection and not something to cut away.

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  13. sexualdespondant
    August 29, 2016

    I’ve seen the this in the same woman but I had never distinguished the two as separate entities of a woman that is important part of her to live life to the fullest. My partner is both and I love her just as much when she is Hestia as when she is Aphrodite. This post is not only informational but it makes me think about my partner even more and the beautiful mother an sexy woman she is.

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    • Michael
      August 30, 2016

      This is a beautiful expression of appreciation and love you have shared for your lover. She sounds like an amazing women! She is also very fortunate to have a man like you and, hopefully, she knows and values this. Hope you are having a great week Sid 🙂

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  14. Meg Sorick
    September 1, 2016

    So interesting! I am very low Hestia, not a mother, not a very good homemaker…. much to my husband’s chagrin! Although, he doesn’t take nearly enough advantage of my Aphrodite side as I would like. But I digress… :p Michael, I have a book on my pile that you might find interesting. I haven’t read it yet, but I read an extensive interview with the author in Salon magazine. The book is called ‘Girls and Sex’ and the author’s name is Peggy Orenstein. Basically, she writes about how young girls are taught either directly or indirectly that they are giving sex, they are to be ‘used’ for a man’s pleasure. This is not always overt but can be very subtle. Girls aren’t taught to expect their own pleasure and most women don’t find out about the female orgasm until way after their first sexual experiences. I think this is related to your Hestia vs Aphrodite post in that the Hestia behavior is taught, whereas the Aphrodite is not! Do you know what I mean? Really interesting material. I will go read some of the related posts as I have time.

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    • Michael
      September 2, 2016

      Wow, Meg…this is a rich comment. I’m not just a naughty boy, I love these cerebral replies too! 🙂 It is interesting just in those few lines how sort of characterized the essence of this post. You long to channel more of your Aphrodite and your husband perhaps favors your Hestia. But you find your happy middle ground 🙂 Thanks for sharing your insight from ‘Girls and Sex’. This sounds fascinating and a rich filter for me to run some of my beliefs through. I wrote about an experience a few post ago about a virgin I dated in my early 20’s and why I finally walked away. To your point, the presence of her Aphrodite was not there…be it not taught or not desired. I suspect some Eastern cultures may have a unique spin on this but that something for future noodling on. Loved this…thanks for the thought provoking comments. :-*

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      • Meg Sorick
        September 2, 2016

        My pleasure, Michael. Looking forward to more thought provoking posts to discuss!

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  16. exoticnita54
    February 26, 2017

    Michael… you must have put in some really valuable time in writing this post…

    So detailed… and I now understand the meaning of hestia Aphrodite… so much more and with so much knowledge of the real depth of its meaning..

    It was just a delightful and enlightening read..

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    • Michael
      February 26, 2017

      Thank you Nita, this was a bit more cerebral than the usual erotic fare but sometimes I need to explore and think through these things. Ultimately, every story has a lesson for me and I use post like this to reflect and learn. I’m glad you found it informative. You definitely channel and exude a high level of Aphrodite but I am sure you are a delightful Hestia as well☺️😘

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      • exoticnita54
        February 26, 2017

        Oooooh my my. You succeed in making me smile again..,

        I love this about you..
        you are so much more than a highly sexual beast..

        Pieces like this make me see that other intellectual and amazing size of you.. you have such depths… and passion about everything you do..

        And I’m reflecting and learning with you…

        So you think I channel and exudes Aphrodite… and you are my aphrodisiac Michael…
        I take you in big doses..

        As for being a delightful hestia..
        I guess I play that role when necessary…

        With a man like you a woman would be left with no choice but to exude high level of Aphrodite

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