Meet Hera and Zeus, the ‘world’s first’ his and her’s internet-enabled sex toys By Stuart Thomas Read next ‘World’s smallest phone’ has a 2.5cm display and won’t be sold outside Japan
Fear an awkward and slightly non-pleasurable sexy Skype call no more, as LovePalz introduces the Hera S for women and its counterpart, the Zeus S for men -- an upgrade from the company's original edition that boasts upgraded function, included tongue-activated motors.
On March 29, you can get your hands (and other parts) on Hera and Zeus, the two devices designed by Taipei-based company Winzz. LovePalz, The Real-Time Virtual Sex Toy For Long-Distance Couples ...
A week or so later Rhea gave birth to three girls; Hera, Demeter, and Hestia. Hera was obsessed with marriage, Demeter liked to garden, and Hestia liked playing with fire. Rhea favored Zeus above all others, but her favorite daughter was Demeter. Meanwhile, Kronos had to use the bathroom after a while.
LovePalz is a unique set of sex toys that will keep long distance relationship going much more than other technology such as Skype. Essentially, LovePalz is made up of two toys, one named Zeus and the other, appropriately, Hera.
Hera (/ ˈ h ɛr ə, ˈ h ɪər ə /; Greek: Ἥρα, translit. Hḗrā; Ἥρη, Hḗrē in Ionic and Homeric Greek) is the goddess of women, marriage, family and childbirth in ancient Greek religion and mythology, one of the twelve Olympians and the sister and wife of Zeus.
Answer (1 of 5): Absolutely. Don’t be deceived by their squabbles. Hera absolutely loves her husband as much as he loves her. If she did not love her husband, they would not spend so much time continuously battling against each other.
The two better known children of Zeus and Hera are of course Ares and Hephaestus, who are themselves said to be Olympians. Hebe is also rather well-known as being associated with youth, and is sometimes called cup bearer of the gods in place of Ga...