Male fairies are simply called fairies. There is no gender distinction. According to folklore, however, there are dozens of types of fairies, and a number of these types are primarily or exclusively male. More »

Pixies and fairies are both types of mythical creatures in human folklore and literature, but fairies derive from locations around the world, while pixies are considered beings native to Northern Europe, particularly Eng... More »

According to fairy folklore experts, fairies prefer natural foods, with pixie pears and mallow fruits being their favorites. Fairies love foods that are sweet and are prepared with saffron. Among fairies' favorite foods ... More »

There is no credible evidence that fairies, in the form of small magical beings, are real. However, fairies and stories of fairies may be based on ancient religious beliefs and even real ancient indigenous people. More »

Gothic fairies are mostly depicted as females and typically have long, flowing hair that is either dark or ghostly white. They traditionally have pale skin with either soft, earthy eye makeup or heavy, smoky eye makeup. ... More »

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It remains general consensus that dragons were never real. There is a significant lack of evidence to support the existence of dragons, which lends to the justification of the widely held belief they are a myth. The effo... More »

Zeus, Poseidon and Hades are the Greek gods of Olympus who ruled over the sky, the sea and the underworld, respectively. Some of the other major Olympian gods are Ares, Athena, Apollo, Artemis and Aphrodite. More »

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