In Greek mythology, Peitho is the goddess who personifies persuasion (both sexual and political) and seduction. She is typically presented as an important companion of Aphrodite. When Zeus ordered the creation of the first woman, Pandora, Peitho and the Charites placed golden necklaces around her neck. Extravagant jewelry were typically seen as a way for women to seduce men, making the necklace a way to enhance Pandora’s sexual attractiveness and persuasive abilities.
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