It was a subject that could have been made for the pen and draughtsmanship of Aubrey Beardsley:
His drawings illustrate the comedy by Aristophenes, Lysistrata, which is about one woman’s attempt to end the Peloponnesian War by persuading the women of Greece to withhold sexual privileges from husbands and lovers, in order to convince them to negotiate peace. All it does is inflame the battle between the sexes, however.
After he’s converted to Roman Catholicism, Beardsley suggested to his publisher Leonard Smithers that he destroy all the copies of the drawing cycle. Luckily Smithers did not oblige.
Here’s a sample: