The ancient Greeks believed in Nymphs, beautiful, beguiling deities who lived in lakes and rivers. These deities took the form of nubile young women who could tempt men with their extraordinary beauty. Playful and capricious, representing the creative force of nature and female sexuality in general, their name unfortunately became associated with hypersexuality - hence the 'nymphomaniac' so popular in the lore of teenage boys. But the true essence of the Nymph was her beauty and how she free she was with it, how sensual and natural and lyrical she was. Greek mothers warned their sons away from the Nymphs' music, their dancing, their playful splashing in the waters in which they bathed. But we believe their sons should have been encouraged to peer through the branches at the lovely sight and enjoy such splendid beauty. And so should you.