Since it was poorly stored and kept off public display due to its subject matter until , it has significant damage, including three large breaks in the canvas sealed with coarse plasters on the reverse and other damage to the paint and varnish layer both before and after the transfer  It now hangs in the Hermitage Museum. The work was produced in at an unknown location, since the artist left Rome in and arrived in Mantua the following year, where he was mainly occupied with major commissions. It may have been commissioned by Federico Gonzaga and seems to have been produced just before the artist left Rome for Mantua. It shows a naked man and woman embracing on a bed decorated with two small erotic bas-reliefs of satyrs having sex with a goat and a woman respectively.
Women and men entered the economic crisis on an unequal footing. The crisis and resulting austerity measures have hit women disproportionately and endangered the progress already made in the enjoyment of human rights by women. A gender-sensitive response is necessary to halt and reverse this trend. In most of the countries affected by the economic crisis, an increasing feminisation of poverty has been observed.
The aim of the study was to optimize the treatment of climacteric disorders, taking into account the nature of psychopathological disorders. Depending on the treatment women were divided into 3 groups: I group — 30 women received a complex homeopathic medication Klimaktoplan within 3 months, group II — 34 women received monotherapy with Valesan for 3 months, III group — 36 patients received both these drugs during the same period. Assessment of the severity of climacteric syndrome was held in accordance with the Menopausal Rating Scale MRS before and after treatment. To assess the level of anxiety used Spielberger-Hanin questionnaire.