Haumea is the Hawaiian goddess of fertility and childbirth, mother of the fire and volcano goddess Pele and numerous other divine offspring, mostly born parthenogenetically, from parts of her body, without male assistance.
Hebe was the daughter of Zeus and Hera, King and Queen of the Greek gods. She was a goddess of eternal youth, pictured as a nubile young girl; her primary function at Olympus was as cupbearer to the gods, whom she served with nectar and ambrosia.
Hera was the Queen of the Gods, sister and wife of Zeus, Greek goddess of women, childbirth and marriage. Her story is predominantly a continuing cycle of betrayal by Zeus, followed by Hera seeking vengeance on his illicit partners and by-blows.