ricardo950517 karma2020-09-11 21:22:46 UTC
I was looking fwd to visiting the museums again for Greek and Messopotamian art and it had me thinking of sexuality in Greece when my daughter asked (she's playing a video game based in like 350BC. Like a woman having a sexual relationship with another woman then marrying months later and it wasn't a huge thing it seems. How would sexuality be described back then? I'm trying to understand this to better explain it. As well as the fact that so many of her friends think they're gay and they're like 12-13. (I assume body changes, understanding their weird emotions they feel that are new). Thanks!
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