Pygmalion and Galatea
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Cyprus was a young sculpture that hated women and vowed never to marry.
Cyprus ended up scultping a statue of a woman to show to the other men what they had to put up with.
I love you.
He made the statue so perfect he fell in love with it, dressed it, and cared for it.
To Cyprus' suprise, he loved the statue so much that the goddess venus empowered it and it became a real woman that was also in love with him.
Their love was so strong that they got married and planned to live happily ever after.
A while later they had their child, Pophos, and lived as a happy family
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