Venus is the Roman goddess of love, beauty, and sex.
Born from the sea after Saturn's gonads were cut off and tossed into the Aegean, she was washed ashore adult, fully formed, and infinitely desireable by all those who saw her. The wife of Vulcan and mother of both Cupid and Aeneas, she is most reknowned for her plethora of sexual flings with mortals and deities alike. Her favorite lover is Mars, though she has consorted with the vast majority of the Roman Pantheon. She is the pricipal deity of the Cult of Love.

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