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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Manimal Art Dept.: Satyrs






















3 comments:

  1. Um... I don't mean to criticize or anything (well, maybe I do a bit), but Satyrs are what's known as "ichthyphallic." That's means that they're always portrayed with wildly erect wangs. So naturally, there are no female satyrs.

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  2. Well, Thomas, I'm sure you have heard of artistic license. Artists have been depicting female satyrs for centuries. Interesting that term "ichthyphallic" considering icthy refers to fishes. Satyrs have a fishstick, fishdick, or fincock maybe, hard and never flagging.

    If you were expecting a ban on the distaff side, I'm a bit more democratic about featuring females on my blogs even if the sites are primarily for gay men. Thanks for paying attention to the politically correct representation of satyrs anyway.

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  3. No worries. Just one of those little thins. I've had a bit of an obsession with Greek Myth my whole life, and now I'm majoring in Classical Archaeology. To be honest, artistic license never even occurred to me.
    ..... I suppose I can go for that.

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