You share her love of the good things in life with Inanna. She also gave you patience and a strong willpower which can come close to stubbornness at times. Dreams are but shadows to you and you prefer to count on what you can see and touch. Often it is just because of this sense of realism that you are like a bastion of calm for the people around you.
As the goddess of love and desire, Inanna does not only adore making love, but she is fond of all the good things in life: food, drink and beauty alike. How she keeps in perfect shape is her secret. She is deadly attractive and no one among the gods can resist her charm. Inanna is used to getting what she wants.
Interestingly, she is the only goddess with an appetite for power, whereas the rest of her female relatives are content with backing their husbands or assimilating their respective professional stance. Inanna tricked Enki into giving her the Me, the powers of civilization, and she blackmailed An to let her have the Bull of Heaven to use against Gilgamesh.
The only one who did not simply let her have her will was her sister Ereshkigal. The goddess of the underworld stripped Inanna of her powers when she came to Irkalla and killed her. Enki was deeply troubled about this news and resurrected her. The Galla, the underworld's henchmen, demanded another soul in exchange for Inanna's. Inanna let them take her husband Dumuzid after she had found out he wasn't mourning her at all. The two sisters had never got along well but after this fateful incident, each pledged revenge against the other.