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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Homosexuality in the Ancient World The Ancient world suggests that same-sex relationships, not absent nor uncommon,had been accepted publicly and this is why homosexuality became spread (based on antiquity);same-sex relationships became acknowledged and then integrated itself in society. How was homosexuality integrated? Dianny Matos DiazMr. TetenbaumResearch Project (Jennifer Eyl, Interviewee, Assistant Professor of Classics/Religious Studies) " Background Information Homosexuality in the Ancient World Homosexuality became widespread with a variety of cultures that practiced same-sex acts publicly and because these acts took place decades ago philosophers believe societies could not understand sexual preference and simply behaved homosexual (Jennifer Eyl). People embraced same-sex relationships and portrayed homosexuality as a behavior. Homosexuality exists behind the walls of every society. Through the ages and before Christianity, homosexuality playeda governing role in the public life of manysocieties such as art, literature, and social class. Apollo and Hyacinth Apollo and Hyacinth Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum The Divan by Hafez The Divan by Hafez 2380 to 2320 B.C. 1320-1389 5th B.C Tale of Genji by Murasaki Shikibu Tale of Genji by Murasaki Shikibu 1008 Literature Art Myth Philosophy Social Interaction Social stereotypes identify homosexual relationships as something that only certain groups or genders participate in, while in reality societies are adapting from time and place with their growing cultures.
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