This article reference states that Paris and Helen were married after they arrived in Troy. By the way, have you seen Orestes in my absence? But I detest lying, at any age. This story has been shared 11, times. Lying on him [Paris] with her whole body, she [Helen] opens her legs, presses him with her mouth and robs him of his semen. That's why I can't see much in your philosophy of innocence, Helen. The works of Homer and Hesiod are not considered a reliable source of this information.
What would you like me to say about him? She took the form of an old woman who used to dress wool for her when she was still in Lacedaemon, and of whom she was very fond. So during the festivities she threw a golden apple into the crowd. Can you show me a statue made for Helen? Every one says that of him.
If I had a daughter telling me such truth as I'm telling you, I'd feel shame--I couldn't be so shining and serene! In that sense, as I understand it, love is a disease, and incurable. Why didn't you let him in, in the first place? If you wished to marry him, yet gave him up because I disapproved, I'd know you valued my opinion--and I'd know you weren't altogether in love. Hera, the goddess of marriage, is not happy with Helen who forsakes her husband Menelaus to run off with her lover Paris.
Helen also could have been a goddess of love herself and this would involve exchanges of apples with Paris of the sort just mentioned. Orestes is incurably serious and dangerously resolute, with no experience, with no gift for living, with absolutely no sense of humour. But she served as a central subject in the literature of the time and in much literature since. Tyndereus realized what was happening with Helen and so he agreed with Odysseus that all the suitors of Helen should pledge to defend the suitor that won her hand against anyone else that tried to possess her. What's experience for? So I love that women that man who is brave enough to let you see both. Mature woman with male strippers.