On December 9, 2005, Nicholas D. Smith wrote a response that said in part:

On December 9, 2005, Nicholas D. Smith wrote a response that said in part:

Sex

On December 9, 2005, Nicholas D. Smith wrote a response that said in part: "For the ancient Greeks, prostitution was entirely socially acceptable... whereas free males were expected never to commit oral sex (on any sex partner, male or female)." From what text(s) do we know this? Is there some text in which it is explicitly forbidden? Or do we infer it from stories and plays?

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