It is known in the Greek religion that Zeus was the king of all gods and the supreme deity

It is known in the Greek religion that Zeus was the king of all gods and the supreme deity. Overtime Zeus fornicated with many other women and had multiple children. Some affairs that Zeus partook in were with Leto, the mother of Apollo and Artemis, Semele, the mother of Dionysus, Maia, the mother of Hermes, and Dione, the mother of Aphrodite. He also had children with his wife and sister Hera. Some of these children were Ares, Hebe, and Hephaestus. The affairs led to many conflicts between the mistresses and his wife Hera and great stories in Greek Mythology.
Leto was a Titan goddess, and was one of Zeus’s affairs. They together had two children together Apollo and Artemis. According to the website greeka.com “The delivery of Artemis was painless but the birth of Apollo lasted for nine whole days and nights because Hera had kidnapped Eileithyia, the goddess of childbirth, preventing Leto from having an easy and painless labor. It is said that, with the absence of Eileithyia, Artemis was the one to help her mother deliver her twin brother, Apollo”. This was not the last time Hera harassed Leto and her children. It is believed that Hera sent earth-born creatures to constantly harass them (greeka.com). This shows some of the conflicts caused by Zeus’s affairs.
Another affair Zeus participated in was with Semele, princess of Thebes and mother of Dionysus. Dionysus is the god of grape-harvest, wine, religious ecstasy and theatre. “Zeus fell in love with Semele while watching her sacrifice a bull on his altar and visited her many times afterwards. When Semele became pregnant, Hera found out and jealous of her husband’s affair, set out a plan to punish Semele” (greekmythology.com). Hera decided to become friends with Semele and made her doubt her affair with Zeus. This resulted in Semele wanting to become mortal, making her unable to even look at Zeus. Unfortunately this did not happen, and Semele bursted into flames. “Zeus managed to save the unborn baby by sewing it inside his thigh; a few months later, god Dionysus was born” (greekmythology.com). Dionysus is the god of grape-harvest, wine, religious ecstasy and theatre.