Mars of Mars, Venus, Ganymede, and Sappho

Andres Fragoso Jr By Andres Fragoso Jr, 21st Sep 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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In Greek Mythology we have Mars the god of War. Mars is probably the only god that did not have a gay lover. Most men want to be like Mars, strong, virile, and with much stamina. They try, but few succeed.

Mars is a man like no other man

In Roman myth, Mars is the god of war. With his bow and arrow he lead armies to war. Slept with many women. Fathered nations. Overall Mars is the epitome of a straight man. Using his spear to master the masses as a great phallic symbol for all to worship.

My girlfriend is gay

Men get off saying this. They brought a girl back to the right team. Plus, they get the extra bonus that she might bring her friend to bed with them. He will either watch and play with himself, watch and join in, or take turns with each one. Mars would do the same. That in its essence is a stud if I ever knew one. Have the vitality to satisfy two women. Odds are he can barely satisfy his own girlfriend, let alone both.

Not for me

Fair play and reciprocation is not the norm. Of course he would not sleep with his wife and another man. He's too macho for that. The sole thought of touching another man is just not in him. The other man touching his wife is okay, just as long as he’s not touching him. He’s not up for grabs. Literally.

Writing the character

Have fun writing this character in your book. If your character is the guy with the lesbian girlfriend, thread carefully, he's straight as an arrow and wouldn't let a guy near him. He grew up in a very strict house, sex was forbidden from him. Saw his father sleeping with as many women he could stick it to. It's not that he's insecure, far from it. He's just horny as hell.

There’s no other man like Mars

The great spear of Mars is a great reminder of his manhood. There is no other phallus symbol in mythology as strong, vibrant, virile, and well placed. Artists have made renditions of the sword. Why should we not write about that?


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author avatar Andres Fragoso Jr
Andres is an avid reader and writer. As a gay man he works hard when writing to promote non-stereotypical gay personification.

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