Pandora's Box is an ancient myth about the first woman on earth. She is given great beauty by the gods as well as a box that contains all the evils of the world, and she is told not to open it under any circumstances. But her curiosity gets the best of her and she opens it anyway. This is the ancient Greek's explanation for every conceivable evil that plagues mankind. It amounts to: a beautiful woman did it. If you noticed a similarity to the Christian myth of Eve in the Garden of Eden bringing God's eternal wrath upon mankind by tempting Adam to eat the forbidden fruit you are not the first. Again the message is: blame a sexy woman. We at Body in Mind have a different idea. In reality female beauty tempts us towards knowledge, sex, love, romance, family and happiness - in other words: all of the good things in life. That's what's really in Pandora's box. Myths that paint female beauty as the source of all evil are just that: made-up stories meant to smear beautiful women and to teach us that female beauty is dangerous and bad when in fact and in reason it's everything good. There are no "bad girls". There are only bad - and really pretty silly - mythologies.