ENHANCE YOUR SEXY SELF! ELEGANT TASSEL CHOKER NECKLACE

ENHANCE YOUR SEXY SELF! ELEGANT TASSEL CHOKER NECKLACE

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LOVEY NECKLACE ENHANCES YOUR TWO TREASURES!

Such exotic jewelry will have men drawn to you. Throughout ancient history, it was the norm to worship breasts. Not for their ability to sexually arouse, but as a way to honor the divine feminine Goddess---Mother Nature.

THROUGHOUT HISTORY, CLEAVAGE AND BREASTS HAVE BEEN ADORED AND WORSHIPPED.

Ancient cleavage

The Minoan snake goddess (17th century BC)

In 2600 BC, princess Nofret of the Fourth Dynasty of Egypt was depicted wearing a V-neck gown with a plunging neckline that exposed ample cleavage that was further emphasized by an elaborate necklace and prominently protruding nipples.[1][2]

2nd millennium BC

In ancient Minoan culture, women wore clothes that complemented slim waists and full breasts. One of the better-known features of ancient Minoan fashion is breast exposure; women wore tops that could be arranged to completely cover or expose their breasts, with bodices to accentuate their cleavage.[3][4] In 1600 BC, snake goddess figurines with open dress fronts revealing entire breasts were sculpted in Minos.[1] By that time, Cretan women in Knossos were wearing ornamental fitted bodices with open cleavage, sometimes with a peplum.[5] Another set of Minoan figurines from 1500 BC show women in bare-bosomed corsets.[6][7]

Ancient Greek women adorned their cleavage with a long pendant necklace called a kathema.[8] The ancient Greek goddess Hera is described in the Iliad to have worn something like an early version of a push-up bra festooned with "brooches of gold" and "a hundred tassels" to increase her cleavage to divert Zeus from the Trojan War.[9] Women in Greek and Roman civilizations had at times used breastbands like taenia in Rome to enhance smaller busts but more often, women of the masculine Greco-Roman world, where unisex clothes were often preferred, used breastbands like apodemes in Greece, and fascia or mamillare in Rome to suppress their breasts. Among this mamillare was a particularly strict leather corset for suppressing women with big busts

 

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