Greek Myths Sexuality

Published August 10, 2011 by Tony

Greek Myths Sexuality
Erotic fancy Scenario II

[for “Erotic fancy Scenario I” click here ]

Greek was one of the most important civility in the world and some country, as the southern Italy, is lucky to have had such ancestors. Greek deeds and culture were significantly influenced by their Mythology whose history is full of licentious relationships and considering my prior post “Pornography” I now will linger on this aspect and taking cue from the various love affairs and intercourse among the Olympus deity, through a simple flight of fancy – that in the light of the fact could be very plausible – I will describe an erotic situation.
Just a likely story you don’t find around because the border between eroticism and pornographic is so feeble and doing it with the great historical characters – we study at school – is not affordable to everyone.
I think a lot of people as me – while reading a story or a tale – often would like to know the details, the background or just what the same story presumes but that is hided, not mentioned or lacking as in the case of the ancient citations about the Myths intercourse.
Anyway, I hope to give back an exciting model not so abstract.
Good reading and enjoy!

ACHILLES and PATROCLUS

Achilles

Achilles, known as quick-foot or speedy, in the Greek mythology was the son of the nymph Thetis and Peleus, the king of the Myrmidons. He was the central character and the greatest warrior of Homer’s Iliad.

During his childhood, while learning the art of the war, Achilles had Patroclus as intimate friend who then became his henchman, and though even Patroclus was older than him, he couldn’t boast about a higher strength or higher-born.

Patroclus, instead, was the son of Menoetius, grandson of Actor, King of Opus, and cousin, beloved comrade and brother-in-arms of Achilles. As recorded in the Iliad, he was depicted as a very sweet and good will figure, just a novelty in the world represented by Homer where, for any hero, strength and crudeness had more importance than other virtue. Patroclus

During his childhood, while learning the art of the war, Achilles had Patroclus as intimate friend who then became his henchman, and though even Patroclus was older than him, he couldn’t boast about a higher strength or higher-born.

The relationship between Achilles and Patroclus, whose deep and loyal friendship is mentioned explicitly in the Iliad, is a key aspect of Achilles myth. However, its exact nature has been a subject of dispute in both the classical period and modern times because Homer never hints at any romantic or sexual approach between each other.

Achilles devotion to Patroclus is an archetype rapport easy to find between many others characters as for example:  Damon and Pythias, Orestes and Pylades, Harmodius and Aristogeiton, couples of comrades facing together danger and death, willingly.

Oddly, Achilles who usually is insensitive high-and-mighty, became tender towards Patroclus only.

In 5th-century BC Athens, their relationship was commonly interpreted as pederastic as some modern authors believe. In fact,  Aeschylus, in his tragedy ‘The Myrmidons’, considers the relationship as a sexual one, then unusually assigning Achilles the role of erastes (or protector) and of eromenos to Patroclus. In Plato‘s Symposium, written around 385 BC, Achilles and Patroclus were viewed as lovers. When later Alexander the Great and his intimate friend Hephaestion passed through the city of Troy, Alexander honoured the sacred tomb of Achilles and Patroclus in front of the entire army, as a clear declaration of their own love. Besides, William Shakespeare‘s play ‘Troilus and Cressida’ depicts them as lovers.

Patroclus death

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Different contemporary readers interpret the two heroes either as relatives or close friends, as “war buddies”, as being in a teacher/student relationship, or in love with each other as an egalitarian homosexual couple.

Anyhow, because this deep relationship, Patroclus death becomes the main reason why Achilles returned to fight even if – as gods had informed him – that cost him own life.

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Back to their youth, here’s now my ‘erotic fancy scenario’.

Coming back from the forest, Achilles found Patroclus waiting for him while walking around.

achilles & patroclus“Hey, welcome! Do you need something, perhaps?”, the man said.

“Really tired now but you are so tender as usually.  If you want, could massage my shoulders, just so numbed.”

Patroclus approached him while the boy laid down the sword and took off his chlamys, then knelling down Patroclus put away his greaves too.

“My dear, relax here on the grass so I can entertain you.”

Achilles laid down with the man sat close to his naked body trying to massage his hairless chest.

After some minute a hand of Achilles seized the man’s head driving it towards his crotch. achilles & patroclus

Without other words Patroclus understood what he had to do and his lips soon mouthed the flabby cock hanging on the turgid sack.

The sturdy man started a hot blowjob while the cock got bigger in a while. Achilles stretched the arms on the grass giving a deep sigh. 

Now, both relaxed and with a so erect and stiff penis in his hands, Patroclus could do his best, licking around, sucking deeply glans and balls and swallowing the trunk. A so wonderful blowjob that brought the young to cum soon and copiously in his friend’s mouth.

Excited, the man squeezed the penis more times till to get the last drop of sperm, then leaning the head on the friend’s pubis.

After some minutes Achilles stood up and before dressing, embraced Patroclus then giving him a warm French kiss.

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