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sex goddess

A woman, especially a celebrity or entertainer, who is popularly considered to have abundant sex appeal; a sex symbol. Tom's always had posters of some sex goddess or another hanging on his bedroom walls ever since he turned 13. She was something of a sex goddess as a young starlet, but she has since become a leading activist for women's rights around the world.
See also: goddess, sex

hug the porcelain god(dess)

and hug the throne
tv. to vomit; to vomit while holding on to the toilet seat. By “hug the porcelain god” I assume you are referring to vomiting into the toilet bowl? The girls drank a lot of beer and two of them spent the night hugging the porcelain god.
See also: goddess, hug, porcelain

sex goddess

n. a sexy-looking female movie or television star. I wonder what these sex goddesses look like when they get up in the morning.
See also: goddess, sex

worship the porcelain god(dess)

tv. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. (Collegiate.) Somebody was in the john worshiping the porcelain god till all hours.
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Notably, North American womanists such as Luisah Teish and Andy Smith have been suspicious of white feminist attempts to be more inclusive in their incorporation of non-Western goddesses and spiritualities; this, however, can be seen as an attempt to appropriate 'our ancestral traditions' (Riley in Adams 1993: 203).
In Rome, Aphrodite became Venus, beloved and favored among the Roman goddesses.
The armed goddesses sculpted during the following, Chola, period (9th-13th centuries) were carved conforming to the same iconography, which eventually spread as far as Cambodia in Southeast Asia.
Here's a sampling of goddesses from Monaghan's book Wild Girls: The Path of the Young Goddess, a guide for girls with tales of goddesses and strong girls that includes activities for girls to do by themselves or with a Wild Girls group.
Clooney explains that if the study of goddesses also illuminated and brought new life to reflection on Mary, it would have been an additional benefit, not his principal intention.
Monaghan has also written earlier versions of this Encyclopedia of Goddesses and Heroines including The Book of Goddesses and Heroines (Dutton, 1981; Llewellyn, 1990) and The New Book of Goddesses & Heroines (Llewellyn, 1997).
The 1974 publication of her book, The Gods and Goddesses of Old Europe (reissued in 1982 as The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe) changed all that.
Goddesses live isolated lives, making odd appearances at religious festivals until they are retired after puberty.
This book looks at the characteristics of these feminine archetypes and the goddesses that abound in these age-old cultures.
Barbara Newman's rich and capacious study seeks to answer this question, investigating the pantheon of allegorical goddesses who peacefully coexist with medieval Christianity's monotheistic, triune god.
New book Gods And Goddesses In Love suggests the deities of ancient Greece can offer some insight into romantic relationships, as Lisa Haynes reveals.
Alternatively, the difference between South and North Indian goddesses remains a source of endless fascination for scholars and devotees alike, and might well have served as an intriguing organizational principle.
Okorafor Mbachu discusses mojoes, goddesses and more with speculative fiction writer Nalo Hopkinson for this issue's SPOTLIGHT, which begins on page 38.
and what religious function did these goddesses serve?
is the reincarnation of Greek goddesses as a group of five hip teenage girls.