Hi everyone all is well for the moment I thought you might like to hear about the Toga party I was invited to. It was great fun.
Although it is true that, during the very early part of Roman history, the toga was indeed worn by both men and women alike, by the time of the second century B.C., the toga was reserved specifically for men. Respectable women instead wore the stola, which was a kind of dress. The only women who continued to wear togas after this point were ladies of the night. .
Is wearing absolutely nothing underneath that toga that the modern world would consider an undergarment, save for the occasional loincloth. Modern styles of undergarments were not invented until the very late 1800s, so essentially everyone you picture in history is ‘going commando’: Yep.
My Friend Eileen loves everything to do with the Romans especially the centurions and the god of love Eros/Cupid (there was a Greek God too Apollo) anyway she decided to have a toga party (a garment worn by the Romans) and no one was to wear anything underneath!! Sound good already!! The wine was flowing and grapes were being fed to each other as we all lay on couches getting to know each other in some very intimate ways. When the guy who came as a centurion arrived we nearly had an orgasm, actually I think we did.
My friend dressed as Aphrodite who could give military victory, sexual success, good fortune and prosperity. In one context, she is a goddess of naughtiness and erotica she turns the hearts of men and women from sexual vice to virtue. I prefer the sexual bit!!
I dressed as Venus The most beautiful and desirable of all the Roman deities, sensual Venus was the goddess of love, sex, and erotic passion sounds like me should I change my name (only joking)