Mohini (Sanskrit: मोहिनी, Mohinī) is the Hindu goddess of enchantment. She is portrayed as a femme fatale, an enchantress, who maddens lovers and demons, sometimes leading them to their doom.

She appears in Hindu mythologies during a battle between Devas (good) and Asuras (evil), after the Asuras win control of amrit (nectar of immortality). Appearing in her youthful bloom, the Asuras, enchanted by her beauty, give her the amrit to distribute. Mohini, after gaining the amrit, gives it to the Devas instead, depriving the Asuras from gaining immortality.

In a world where femininity seen as a weakness, Mohini teaches us to embrace our sexuality. In fact, as the only female avatar of Vishnu, Mohini is one of the earliest examples of gender-fluid personalities. By embodying both the feminine and masculine identity, Vishnu (and Mohini) demonstrate that there is no strict binary of masculine and feminine. Which attribute you exhibit, depends on choice and the necessity of the situation. Gender is fluid.