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erastes and eromenos
In a pederastic relationship there were two partners, the older one was called the erastes and the younger was the eromenos. The relationship was to end when the younger one was around 18 years of age, when he started growing facial hair. While the relationship begin about the time the younger one started puberty. After the relationship ended the younger, eromenos, was expected to marry, and then he could then become the erastes to a younger partner. The (...)

Chapter One Essentialism or Social Constructionism

Saturday 26 May 2007 by Larry Houston
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Chapter One Social Constructionism or Essentialism
Does a homosexual exist just as mankind is of the species, Homo Sapiens? Is a homosexual orientation intimately intertwined with a person’s true identity as a human being? When using the term homosexual, is one accurately defining a person’s self, his inner core, and the nature of his being? If it is true, then homosexuality may be implied as natural, and that it is essential to their human wholeness. There are those advocating for (...)

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