The erastes-eromenos system of age-graded same-sex relations that was part of the citizenship and military training of Greek boys and adolescents found a natural home within the confines of the all-male gymnasion. Ooo, 'ark at 'im! It is hard to believe that they would go against these traditions.
We shall portray the homosexuality of the great leaders and thinkers who Gay Dating in Athens shaped the world. It was a common sight, too, during religious Gay Dating in Athens. If you really think the ancient Greeks found homosexuality as abhorrent as you seem to, how do you explain all the vase paintings depicting gay sex?
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How wide indeed is the distinction between these two acts and how great the difference, I will try to show you in what I shall next say. Remember me. I don't use Gay Dating in Athens as a judgement, and I don't feel the need to judge ancient Greek society.
Briefly, to the ancient Greeks, the Attiki AllMale Erastis denoted a man who mentored, in a non-physical way, an Eromenos. In his speech Against Androtion he makes a reference to the same law paragraph 21 and further paragraph 30 to a law Gay Dating in Athens Solon, which said that those, who were found unchaste should not speak nor accuse anybody in a court ot law.
Sparta the ancient North Korea by no means represents ancient Greece, please detach yourself from Hollywood-generated delusions.
It was here in the courts that laws made by the assembly could be challenged and decisions were made regarding ostracism, naturalization, and remission of debt. We shall conquer the world because warriors inspired by and banded together by homosexual love and honor are invincible as were the ancient Greek soldiers.
Boys still at school were protected against sexual assaults by a law said to go as far back as Dracon and Solon , and we hear of strict regulations about schools with this in mind; schoolboys always had a paidagogos escorting them; in art the paidagogos is always depicted as carrying a long and heavy stick; what was this for if not to protect their charges?