This study looks at ancient Greek and Roman sexual practices from the point of view of their (implied) differences from modern western practices. There are eight major themes: sex and status, the ubiquity of sex, the body, body modification, violence and pain, having sex, viewing sex, and transgressions.
"Sexual Peculiarities of the Ancient Greeks and Romans." In: Sexuality in the Classical World (Berg Cultural History of Sexuality 1), edited by Mark Golden and Peter Toohey, pp. 55-86, notes 215-20. Oxford: Berg Publishing 2011.
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