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History’s greatest lovers – Sex animals you should know about (part two)

History’s greatest lovers – Sex animals you should know about (part two)

The history of mankind is full of weirdos and perverts. Their sexual appetite and skills were formidable, and their notorious reputation is making us question ourselves even today. Like we said in part one, it’s probably because there wasn’t anything else to do anyway, but nevertheless, most of these absolute champions deserve to be mentioned from time to time.

Giacomo Girolamo Casanova (1725 – 1798)
You’ve probably heard of this gentleman, right? Judging by his voluminous memoirs, Casanova slept with thousands of women and 116 of them have been officially identified. The life of this Italian adventurer was a wild quest for sensual pleasures. His specialty was seduction of women and daughters of his own friends, sometimes all at once. When asked what’s his favorite food, he quickly replied “Women”.

Empress Catherine the Great (1729 – 1796)
The sexual apetite of this famous Russian ruler was insatiable. She preached the necessity of daily sex – at least 6 times a day, she had 21 official lovers and around …

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History’s greatest lovers – Sex animals you should know about (part one)

History’s greatest lovers – Sex animals you should know about (part one)

Long time ago when there was no electricity and humans didn’t live long enough to see their offspring hit puberty, everyone was engaged in sex games, wars and public executions. Free time had completely different meaning and importance than today, and most of the people spent it fucking each other in darkness, spreading germs and incurable diseases. Sounds fun! Here’s the first part of the list of people who fucked around the most.

King Solomon (about 973 – 933 BC)

The son of King David, the third king of Israel who reigned for forty years and during that time had about 700 women and between 60 and 200 mistresses. He loved to sleep with women from for away lands, and some of his marriages were made for political and business reasons only (a common practice even today). Apparently, among his wives there were several of the prettiest women of that era.

Cleopatra (69 – 30 BC)

Although she was not so remarkably pretty, she was one of the …