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Leda the Swan a 16th-century copy after a lost painting by Michelangelo

There was a time in ancient Constantinople, where actresses were considered high-class prostitutes. A time where acting on stage involved lots of nudity and sexual fluids. Women on stage were celebrated for their voracious sexual appetites. Some…

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