Born in Venice in 1725, Giacomo Casanova was a soldier, adventurer, spy, novelistand perhaps the most famous ladies’ man in history. Men often assume Casanova was so successful with women because he possessed some secret knowledge of the female body or was a master of 18th-century aphrodisiacs. Casanova did like to feed oysters to his companion with his lips, but his reputation as one of the world’s greatest lovers was built not on secret potions or bedroom tricks, but on the fact that he adored women and devoted himself to them, heart and soul. Here are some reasons women loved Casanova as ardently as he loved them:
He thought every woman was special.
He loved listening to women talk.
He treasured and respected women as friends.
He lived life to its fullest
Be a Casanova