Aristophanes locates his play Lysistrata in this context and uses the genre of comedy. Comedy came to be associated with fertility, peace and happy endings. The genre aimed to provide a fantastical solution to the situations and at the same time also satirized the society. The genre of comedy invented its own topics unlike tragedy. Also, Comedy comes from the word KOMOIDOS and was primarily associated with phallic songs, bawdy jokes and lewd presentations. An increasing knowledge of Agricultural techniques in 6BC led to a shift in the responsibility of reproduction. The invention of Agricultural implements like plough gave an upper hand to the Man and removed the MOTHER from the pedestal of being a procreator. This shift led to women being the subject of all bawdy sex jokes for the Athenian audience which was predominantly male.