Which historical figure would you seduce?

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Which historical figure would you seduce?

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Tucker Cummings asked a great question in the community interview with Mitzi Szereto, one that I thought would be fun to ask of the community as well!

The original quesiton for Mitzi was:

In "Wicked: Sexy Tales of Legendary Lovers", you gathered a number of wonderful fantasy stories about sex icons, literary figures, and politicians throughout history. Are there any historical figures you wish you could have met and seduced (or been seduced by)?

So, now for everybody else, what historical figures would you seduce or want to be seduced by?
04/07/2010
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Chilipepper Chilipepper
Nikola Tesla - before he really went off the deep end with the fear of human hair and all that weird shit.

Benjamin Franklin - any time of his life. He was pretty damn active up into his later years. Was it really a coincidence that a generation of intellects and activists appeared in France after his time there?

Thomas Jefferson - a 6'3" redhead with a libido to spare, enough said.

Robert E. Howard - the man who wrote the 'Conan the Barbarian' novels could have survived in his own fantasy worlds. That's a turn on.

E.E. 'Doc' Smith - wrote the 'Lensman' series. Intellect and he dug curvy redheads (like me).

Orson Welles - his younger days, when he was hyperactive and being creative all over the place.

Gee, am I a geek? (DUH)
04/07/2010
Victoria Victoria
I totally second Tesla!

Mark Twain, Harry Houdini, young Elvis, Che Guevara, shaggy haired Waylon Jennings, Ernest Hemingway.
04/07/2010
Sammi Sammi
That's a tough one. I'd agree with Robert E. Howard. Also Howard P. Lovecraft might be fun

Alfred Hitchcock, Marlon Brando, Jimmy Stewart, Teddy Roosevelt, and maybe the Marquis de Sade.
04/07/2010
Gary Gary
Billie Holiday, Vampira, & Mrs. Clause!
04/08/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
Billie Holiday wasn't real! ()

H.P. Lovecraft could be fun for some...I'd worry about how many tentacle dildos he'd have stashed away though...plus, he lived with his mom for a LONG time too.

Does the original 50' Woman count?
04/08/2010
Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme) Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme)
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
Nikola Tesla - before he really went off the deep end with the fear of human hair and all that weird shit.

Benjamin Franklin - any time of his life. He was pretty damn active up into his later years. Was it really a coincidence that a ...
YOU ARE OFFICIALLY AWESOME.

Sorry, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin are heroes of mine, so it's wildly sexy to find smart women still find them sexy. Also, as a tall, libidinous redhead myself, like the angle!
04/08/2010
Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme) Champagne and Benzedrine (Roland Hulme)
I would say Amelia Earhart, just for being frickin' awesome. Ava Gardner, for being an incredible sexpot. Anne Boleyn, because she was probably the gold medalist of seducers. Marilyn Monroe, because it would be a crime against hypothetical time travel not to.
04/08/2010
GNGenie GNGenie
Oooh, a post I can get excited about!

Charles II (of England) I mean, come on, the man had to be pretty awesome in the sack to make up for that face.

Richard III and/or his brother Edward

Richard the Lionhearted, if he weren't totally not into my sex

Henry II: nasty temper but alledgedly one hot lay

Eleanor of Aquitaine: sexy powerful lady

Mary of Scotland: just to lower the expect IQs a bit.
04/09/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
You'd think Cleopatra and Helen of Troy would have to be awesome in bed or hot as hell considering the violence that went on around them...
04/09/2010
Sir Sir
I agree with Mr. Sauce.

And aside from that, however, I would not seduce any historical figure. I've just never thought of anyone that way.
04/09/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
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I agree with Mr. Sauce.

And aside from that, however, I would not seduce any historical figure. I've just never thought of anyone that way.
...and most of them are dead now too...
04/09/2010
Sir Sir
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...and most of them are dead now too...
I had written that, then I deleted it. We think along the same wavelength, Mr. Sauce.
04/09/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
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I had written that, then I deleted it. We think along the same wavelength, Mr. Sauce.
I'm scared...are you? They should be scared too...
04/09/2010
Jenn (aka kissmykitty) Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
Henry the Eighth. In his younger years, of course, while he was still quite handsome, virile and active, and not yet sick and aging.
04/09/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
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Henry the Eighth. In his younger years, of course, while he was still quite handsome, virile and active, and not yet sick and aging.
they had a song about him too. He got married to the widow next door...
04/09/2010
Chilipepper Chilipepper
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they had a song about him too. He got married to the widow next door...
And she's been married seven times before ...
04/09/2010
GNGenie GNGenie
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Originally posted by Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
Henry the Eighth. In his younger years, of course, while he was still quite handsome, virile and active, and not yet sick and aging.
Plus, you know, diseased and prone to chopping people's heads off.

I've always wondered about his brother Arthur: no pictures that I know of. then again, the big one everyone remembers with Henry isn't too flattering.
04/09/2010
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