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In journalism In policing History of same-sex unions Queer erasure bisexual. Pusio is etymologically related to puer, and means "boy, lad". Dutsch, Feminine Discourse in Roman Comedy: A graffito from Pompeii is unambiguous: Sudan Kenya Niger Uganda. Three Types of Explanation," in Combatting Homophobia:

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Eva Cantarella has described this form of concubinage as "a stable sexual relationship, not exclusive but privileged".

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Open daily from 1pm to midnight and through the whole weekend without closing — so some young men use it in place of a hotel. Martial describes, for example, the case of an older man who played the passive role and let a younger slave occupy the active role. Same-sex relations among women are far less documented. Bears Invasion Alabi January 25 Several other Roman writers, however, expressed a bias in favor of males when sexual activity with males and females were compared, including JuvenalLucianStrato[41] and the poet Martialwho often derided women as sexual partners and celebrated the charms of pueri. The Gallo-Roman poet Ausonius 4th century AD makes a joke about a male threesome that depends on imagining the configurations of group sex:.

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A conviction for killing an officer typically resulted in execution. A man or boy who took the "receptive" role in sex was variously called cinaeduspathicusexoletusconcubinus male concubinespintria "analist"puer "boy"pullus "chick"pusiodelicatus especially in the phrase puer delicatus"exquisite" or "dainty boy"mollis "soft", used more generally as an aesthetic quality counter to aggressive masculinitytener "delicate"debilis "weak" or "disabled"effeminatusdiscinctus "loose-belted"pisciculi, spinthriae, and morbosus "sick". The conquest mentality and "cult of virility" shaped same-sex relations. In the United States legal history. The wearing of the toga marked a Roman man as a free citizen. A man who wore women's clothes, Ulpian notes, would risk making himself the object of scorn. The deity's worshippers cross-dressed, men wearing women's clothes, and women men's.

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