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List of love and lust deities
- Prende, goddess of love
- Astghik, goddess of fertility and love
- Xochiquetzal, goddess of fertility, beauty, and female sexual power
- Aizen Myō-ō or Rāgarāja, a deity who transforms worldly lust into spiritual awakening; his red-skinned appearance represents suppressed lust and passion
- Aine, Irish goddess of love, summer, wealth and sovereignty
- Cliodhna Irish goddess, sometimes identified as a goddess of love and beauty
- Yue-Lao, a Chinese god of love who binds two people together with an invisible red string
- Tu Er Shen, a Chinese deity who manages the love and sex between homosexual men
- Bes, god of music, dance, and sexual pleasure
- Hathor, goddess of the sky, love, beauty, and music
- Bastet, goddess of felines, love, sexuality, protection, beauty, and dance
- Aphrodite, goddess of love, lust and beauty
- The Erotes
- Peitho, personification of persuasion and seduction
- Kurupi, god of sexuality and fertility
- Milda, goddess of love and freedom
- Freyja, goddess associated with love, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr, war, and death
- Freyr, worshipped as a phallic fertility god, he was said to "[bestow] peace and pleasure on mortals"
- Sjöfn, goddess associated with love
- Cupid, the Roman equivalent of the Greek god Eros
- Venus, the Roman equivalent of the Greek goddess Aphrodite
- Dogoda, Polish spirit of the west wind, associated with love and gentleness
- Dzydzilelya, Polish goddess of love and marriage and of sexuality and fertility
- Lada, fakeloric goddess of harmony, merriment, youth, love and beauty, who almost certainly never existed
- Siebog, god of love and marriage
- Živa, goddess of love and fertility
- Baron La Croix, loa of the dead and sexuality
- Baron Samedi, loa of the dead, sex and resurrection
- Erzulie Freda Dahomey, loa of love, beauty, jewelry, dancing, luxury, and flowers
- Mami Wata, a pantheon of water deities sometimes associated with love and lust
- Oshun, goddess of love, intimacy, beauty, wealth and diplomacy
- ↑ Evans-Wentz, W. Y. (1998). The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries. Citadel. p. 572. ISBN 0806511605. http://books.google.com/books?id=mNmAftbV_8AC.
- ↑ Leick, Gwendolyn (1994). Sex and Eroticism in Mesopotamian Literature. Routledge. p. 320. ISBN 0415065348. http://books.google.com/books?id=Os4YT9UU_GoC.
- ↑ Lurker, Manfred (1987). Dictionary of Gods and Goddesses, Devils and Demons. Routledge. p. 293. ISBN 0710208774. http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=hZg9AAAAIAAJ.