It was common to beat prostitutes with fists, sticks and sandals.
Some men did become attached to their prostitutes and painted them in more favorable and intimate artwork.
Apparently, many Greek hetaera disliked giving fellatio.
It was a common practice to beat prostitutes if they refused to provide that particular service or refused to lower the price of that service.
Wives constantly had to compete sexually for their own husbands with prostitutes and slaves in their own homes. Prostitution: The Hetaera Greek men believed that they had refined prostitution into the "hetaera" or a groomed prostitute.
Hetaera were for pleasure, concubines for men's daily bodily care, and the wives were for bearing legitimate children. Men created a lot of artwork depicting sexual relations with prostitutes.
Even in Aphrodite's temple on Acropolis, the altars were topped with phalluses.
To Ancient Greece, the penis was the main symbol of fertility and they even created dildos constructed from leather and marketed them. To the common man, they usually staked out water wells and then raped the women when they went to get water.
Women were not allowed to be educated, nor taught to read or write.
The Dionysus cult had a public parade every year in which the men carried the largest penis possible by a team of men in a parade through the cities.
On the ass which Hephaestus rides, the animal has a penis erection.
In the artwork from that timeframe, men gave themselves oversized phalluses. They depicted plants as being penises in the ground.
They even depicted animals as having penis features, such as a horse with an erect penis for a head or birds with erect penises for heads.