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It is an absolute mystery why the ancient Greeks worshipped the gods they did, because these gods did some of the most problematic and messed up things ever. Rape, murder, instigating wars, cheating on their spouses—no, these are not reports of news items I read in today's newspapers. These are all actual things the Greek gods have been guilty of doing. Now, if all the gods are like that, you would expect that the most powerful of them would be the one punishing them for their transgressions, right? The most powerful was Zeus, the god of the sky. And the number of absolutely terrible things he has done will make you wonder what the Greeks were thinking worshipping this guy.

The Craziest Things the Greek God Zeus Did to Boink Women & Have Children

The Craziest Things the Greek God Zeus Did to Boink Women & Have Children

The ancient Greeks knew how to tell a good story. And I think this dog needs three heads! We like to think of our own age as the originator of sexual adventure and kink, but Greek mythology offers ample proof that crazy sex stuff is far from a modern invention. Zeus especially does not seem to be someone who is particularly concerned with consent. The general lesson of many Greek myths — sexual or not — is simply that the gods are huge, immature jerks. While this fact makes the lives of the humans in these myths completely terrifying, it makes a fair amount of sense: I mean, if you give someone eternal life and epic power, what can one expect but an entitled douchebag? Leda was the wife of King Tyndareus.

8 Weirdest Sex Stuff From Greek Mythology

Leda and the Swan is a story and subject in art from Greek mythology in which the god Zeus , in the form of a swan , seduces or rapes Leda. In the W. Yeats version, it is subtly suggested that Clytemnestra, although being the daughter of Tyndareus, has somehow been traumatized by what the swan has done to her mother see below. According to many versions of the story, Zeus took the form of a swan and raped Leda on the same night she slept with her husband King Tyndareus. In some versions, she laid two eggs from which the children hatched.
The Greek gods loved nothing more than finding strange new ways to procreate, and none more so than the king of the gods himself. He went to an oracle to learn if he'd ever receive one, and was told that not only would he have a male heir, but that heir would ultimately kill him. He turned himself into a ray of golden sunshine so that he could filter in through the cracks in the walls. Except Perseus accidentally kills King Acrisius in a quoit demonstration decades later, so not yay!