In Egyptian Mythology Qetesh (also known as Kadesh, Qaudeshet) was a goddess of sexuality rather than love or fertility. Although thought to be a Semetic goddess from Caldean mythology she was adopted into the Egyptian pantheon as early as the New Kingdom. Once adopted she was re-named as Knt (pronounced Kenet). Her lover was Resheph, a married god from Caldean myth and she also took Min as a lover. Min was the god of Fertility and Sexual Prowess so seemed an obvious choice as her lover.
She was nearly always depicted as a naked woman riding on the back of a lion, with the crescent moon representing the moon as her headdress. She is also shown holding Snakes in her right hand to represent the penis, and in her left hand she holds Lotus Flowers to represent the vulva. Among her many natures she was worshiped as a Nature Goddess and a Goddess of Sexual Energy and Pleasure. She is also a deity of Law, Happiness, Dance & Music. Most importantly I see Qetesh as the Protector of Women, and this last nature made her a popular choice with women who victims of rape & abuse by men.
The Daughters of Qetesh is an Iseum with the Fellowship of Isis.