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To prevent the rape of minors, boys would wear a toga praetexta garment, a mark of “inviolable status” and a bulla to turn away the wandering eye of men.A Roman Citizen was allowed to exploit his own slaves for sex, no matter the age or circumstances of birth.An incident related by Plutarch in his biography of Marius, illustrates the soldier’s right to maintain his sexual integrity.In this instance, a legionary named Trebonius was the object of sexual assaults by his superior officer, Gaius Luscius.Same sex intercourse with prostitutes or slaves was actually acceptable, not vitiating on a freeborn’s masculinity as long as the freeborn citizen took the active role in penetration.In rare cases, freeborns who bestowed their anal orifice or “scultima”, was in florid slang a “Scultimidonus.” Translated as “asshole bestower,” mentioned in text from the Roman Satirist, Gaius Lucilius (c.160s – 103/2 BC).This practise is pictured on The Warren Cup, a silver roman vassal from the time of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, 1st century AD (Although the authenticity of the cup is in dispute).The cup is decorated with ornate reliefs of same sex acts, one side of which depicts a young adult male penetrating a young slave boy or puer delicatus.

In another case of same sex in the army, “De Bello Hispaniensi,” a book believed to have been written by Julius Caesar (Although the authorship is heavily disputed) details Caesar’s campaigns on the Iberian Peninsula and mentions a Roman officer who engages in regular sexual acts with his concubine (concubinus).In the case of the freeborn women of Rome, they were sometimes described as “tribas fricatrix”, meaning “she who rubs” and “virago”, from the latin word vir (virile ‘man), a term used to describe a woman who demonstrates exemplary and heroic qualities.Roman religion supported acceptance of sexuality, as an aspect that prospered religious practice for improving erotic lifestyle as well as defining an individual’s power through the procreative force of the male.Lex Scantinia was a Roman law that historians believe was created to penalise any male citizen of high standing that took a willing role in passive sexual behaviour.From a societal perspective, to be “passive” or “submissive”, threatened the very fabric of masculinity, with feminine traits, submission and passive mannerisms being an act of the lower class and slaves.

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