Brahma Vaivarta Purana
Chapter 23: Verse 21-30
Bali's Son and Tilakottamä Are Cursed by a Brähmana
21.Then she noticed Bali's very handsome and youthful son garlanded with blossomed jasmine flowers.
22.Smiling with desire, from the corner of her eye she glanced at the smiling and handsome youth, whose face was an autumn moon.
23.Although she had been going to Candraloka to enjoy with the demigod Candra, now she was maddened with lust for Bali's son. On some pretext she stayed there with him.
24.Again and again she gazed at him. She smiled at him with crooked eyes. Again and again she shyly covered her face with her sari.
25.She became mad with lust. The hairs of her body stood erect. Her itching vagina became wet.
26.Lusting after Bali's son, she forgot the demigod Candra. Who in this world understands the inscrutable heart and mind of an unchaste woman?
27.A man who trusts an unchaste woman is mocked by fate. His fame, wealth, and family are all lost.
28.When she desires a new lover the old one is finished. She is interested only in fulfilling her desires. For her nothing is moral or immoral.
29.The ferocious heart of an unchaste woman hankers only for sex. It is not interested in the demigods, pious deeds, children, grandchildren, relatives, friends, or husband.
30.With nectar glances an unchaste woman gazes on a rake expert in sex. She thinks him more dear than life. But with poison glances she disdains a suitor who, although bringing jewels, knows nothing of the art of sex.