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Friday, January 31, 2003

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The Myth of Teiresias
Teiresias was a Theban seer. During his youth he came upon two snakes coupling on a mountain near the city. He struck the female with his staff and walked on. He immediately found himself transformed into a woman. Seven or eight years later, coming upon the same snakes engaged in the same activity, Teiresias struck the male and returned at once to his masculine form. Not long after, while Hera and Zeus were debating whether a man or a woman takes the greater pleasure from sex, it occurred to them to call in Teiresias as arbiter, since he was the only man on earth who could answer the question from firsthand knowledge. The young man responded that women experienced nine or ten times more pleasure than men. This reply infuriated Hera, who blinded Teiresias on the spot. Zeus, on the other hand, rewarded him with the gift of prophecy and gave him long life as well.

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