, I forget if I have linked to this picture before or even if I linked to it in a reply to you. It is my favor dealing with the myth of Selene and Endymion. It is by Anne Louis Girodet (a male artist). Endymion is the sleeping nude lying on his back, the boy with the wings holding back the branches is Zephyr, the dog indicates that Endymion is a shepherd and the moon light shining through the branches is Selene or Diana looking at the nude young man. I like that he has long hair and is gracefully posed and also that the picture is not censured in anyway: http://viagallica.com/anatolie/img/s...ee_louvre).jpg
When I wrote voyeur or voyeurism I meant it in a general way as referring to someone who enjoys looking at the nude form. I see a woman enjoying looking at a nude male as taking on the more active role, while the nude male who is being looked at by the woman is taking on the more passive role.
Moonlight and Roses,