When Ovid wrote her story in Metamopheses, he claimed that she was born beautiful before becoming a snake-haired creature and retained her looks over the years.
Medusa in Ephesus, Turkey During the Classical period, the representations of Medusa began to change, and her features were increasingly feminized.
She loves giving head and finds his big cock quite tasty.
Artists took note of these changes and featured it in their works, making the images of Medusa more human.
While Medusa once had soft and supple white skin, it turned green.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York has a terracotta jar created by Polygnotos that shows Perseus murdering her in her sleep.
Medusa in Modern Times Being one of the most recognizable faces of Greek mythology, Medusa has been extensively represented in modern and ancient art.
She is not only immortalized in stories but also in history.