From the article at buro24/7.com.au:

“What makes a woman seductive? If you ask Leonardo da Vinci, it’s the mysterious, beguiling smile of a certain Mona Lisa. For Botticelli, it was tendrils of golden locks swirling around an angelic Venus in a clam shell, and for Mark Antony, Cleopatra’s kohl-rimmed eyes, jet-black hair and sharp intellect proved to be so alluring, she was worth dying over. For as long as men have been creating masterpieces, there have been women who drive them to distraction. Some prove so compelling Shakespearean plays are written about them (Cleopatra), marriages are destroyed over them (Elizabeth Taylor) and thrones and titles are denounced in favour of their love (Wallis Simpson).

And if there’s one thing seductive women have in common, it’s that there’s not a whiff of wallflower about them. Indeed, they’re the stuff of legend and folklore. From Lady Godiva riding nude on a horse, to Catherine the Great ruling Russia with one hand while taking lovers with the other, and Anaïs Nin scandalising society with her provocative writing – these ladies had power, magnetism and a singularity of character that even Hollywood couldn’t manufacture.”

 

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