According to legend, a succubus is a malevolent demon that adopts the form of an irresistibly seductive human female in order to take advantage of male victims while they are in bed at night. This is normally achieved through an intimate sexual act such as intercourse or fellatio. Traditionally, a visit from a succubus was assumed to be the reason why men sometimes get erections and ejaculate spontaneously in their sleep.
Earlier this month, a bright red life-size statue of Satan appeared overnight on a disused plinth in Vancouver, Canada. The most eyecatching feature of the sculpture was a large and fully erect penis. The statue was soon removed by city authorities, but residents started a petition to have it reinstalled. For more details, including more pictures and a video, see City Crews Remove Satan Statue Erected Alongside Busy Vancouver Roadway.
The “Chapel of the Vagina”, pictured above, is an art installation that was produced by Polish student Iwona Demko in 2012. This was inspired by the theory that in the distant past, women were dominant over men. In those times, the vagina was respected and worshipped, but this was forgotten when men took over. Iwona’s installation is intended to revive the matriarchal ideas by bringing the vagina back into the sacred realm. The work earned her a Ph.D. degree in 2012. More information can be found at the Vagina Museum.
An earlier post on this blog described the Black Mass – a Satanic ritual in which a travesty of the Christian mass is performed over the body of a naked woman. Here are some further visualizations of the ritual that have been produced over the years.