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Love has always been an issue with many opinions and voices Love has been around forever It is something that can not be controlled or found Love is something that just happens From centuries back to the present males looking only for sex are still running the same games To those males full of lust love does not exist in their minds They have one thing in mind and that is sex Males will go extraordinary measures to get sex In Christopher Marlowes Hero and Leander most of the content is based upon the subject of virginity versus lust Despite Marlowes poem being written a long time ago there is contemporary relevance Lust is something that exists among everyone in our world today as well as in the times of the poemHero is a woman who is admired by many She has beauty which everyone recognizes Everything about Hero is beautiful Her hair garments features and most of all her virginity Hero can have any man she desires However she cherishes the only thing which she can never have back her virginity This is relevant to the present Today many women keep their virginity until marriage This is very difficult for them to do but there are women like this Usually men hunt women like this even more Today beautiful women are advertised because every man wants a woman with beauty Then there is a man by the name of Leander He is also described by Marlowe as a beautiful man with god-like qualities He is a man who almost any woman would like to have or have sexual relations with Leander sees Hero and falls in love not with her but with her looks He immediately lusts for her and wants to take her virginity Leander tries in every way possible to try have sex with Hero Hero ponders at the thought of giving up her most treasured gift to this man This
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