LONG MYTH SHORT:
Danaë was the daughter of king Acrisius of Argos who had been told by the oracle of Delphi that his grandson would cause his death. Like everyone in Greek mythology, he tried to evade his fate, by having his daughter shut in a golden chamber open to the sky so that she could have no contact with anybody and thus bear no children.
Of course, that didn't work.
Good old Zeus, saw Danaë (being a god the prison/chamber didn't really stop him from doing so) and thought she was incredibly beautiful. Being Zeus, he was ready to find any alternative solution to have sex/impregnate her. So he transformed into a golden shower (not the kind you're thinking of) and somehow got her pregnant.
Danaë eventually gave birth to Perseus. Acrisius tried to kill both Perseus and his mother by shutting them in a chest and throwing the chest into the ocean, but Poseidon saved them (because Zeus asked him to). Some time past, Perseus became a hero and eventually ended up competing in funeral games in Larissa, where Acrisius ended up. He threw a discus and accidentally hit Acrisius in the head, killing him.
Sorry for the hiatus, guys!
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