David McMillin has an extensive website that includes a number of lengthy articles relating to Atlantis(a). Unfortunately he constantly refers to the ‘readings’ of Edgar Cayce, which are not a reliable source for Atlantis information as they contradict both Plato and archaeology and offend commonsense.
Sexual Undertones in the Atlantis narrative have been identified by J. Warren Wells, who maintains that Clieto or Kleito in Greek is the diminutive of Kleitoris, which is rendered clitoris in English. He further contends that the name of her husband, Poseidon, can have its constituent elements, Pos and Eidon, translated as ‘penis idol’(a). His ideas have been supported by Ulf Erlingsson(b).
Sex at a more blatant level was achieved by John Grant with his Sex Secrets of Ancient Atlantis delivered with all the accuracy and sincerity we could expect from tabloid journalism.
(a) http://greekatlantis.warpco.com/Sexcentric.html (offline 1.07.14)