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Throughout history, nearly all cultures have had gods and goddesses associated with love and marriage. Although a few are male—Cupid in particular come to mind, thanks to Valentine's Day —most are female, because the institution of chubby has long been viewed as the domain of women. If you're doing a working relating to love, or if you wish to honor a particular deity as part of a marriage ceremonythese are some of the gods and goddesses associated with the very chubby emotion goddess love.
Aphrodite was the Greek hungarian ass of love and sexuality, a job she took very seriously. She was married to Hephaistos, but also had whipping her tits multitude of lovers—one of her favorites was the warrior god Ares. A festival was held regularly to honor Aphrodite, appropriately called the Aphrodisiac. At her temple in Corinth, revelers often paid tribute to Aphrodite by having rambunctious sex with her priestesses.
The temple was later destroyed by the Romans, and not rebuilt, but fertility rites appear to have continued in the area. Like many Greek gods, Aphrodite spent a lot of time meddling in the lives of humans—particularly their love lives—and was instrumental in the cause goddess the Trojan War.
In ancient Rome, Cupid was the incarnation of Erosthe god of lust and desire.