} Uh, you may not know that Pallas hasn't as much of a thing about
} virginity as Artemis. In fact, she likes sex, but only with the truly
} intelligent and wise. Like the Oracle.
} Ever since people stopped worshipping the old gods, Athena has been
} occupying herself by taking mortal form, marrying mortal men, living
} with them as a mortal woman would, apparently growing old, and being
} widowed. After a year or two of mourning, she leaves her mortal-woman
} body to die and sculpts a new one, puts it on, and goes off to find
} another mortal man she fancies. Many great scientists were sons of the
} disguised Athena. In between these incarnations she sometimes has
} short, intimate relationships with superior beings like...well, the
} Someday, you may meet a small young woman with a kindly, intelligent
} face. Her eyes will be storm-cloud gray, and very large. She may be a
} blonde or a brunette. She will be sweet and droll rather than
} stunningly beautiful, though quite pretty enough for most men's tastes.
} She will apparently know everything that there is to know, but will be
} very modest and demure so that it will not be easy to notice this on
} slight acquaintance.
} If you do meet such a woman, she may be either Athena or a daughter of
} one of her incarnations. Use any means you can to marry her. Her
} daughters are demigoddesses and take after their mother; Athena in human
} form is simply the finest woman in the world, despite her unremarkable
} appearance. If you've actually caught Athena, you will have a perfect
} marriage, and you'll never be unhappy. Your life will always be
} pleasant and run smoothly and she'll bear you brilliant, gracious
} children. Athena takes good care of her husbands, and she'll never
} cheat on you. She's so charming and so great in bed that you'd be a
} fool if you cheat on her -- but if you do, be prepared to be struck dead
} by lightning out of a clear blue sky.
} You see, Athena is tired of the goddess shtick, and just likes to settle
} down and have easy little jobs and raise wonderful kids. The feminists
} would hold her in disdain if they knew...