Pedophilia in Ancient Greece and Rome

Pedophilia is defined as a sexual attraction to children. In modern times, pedophilia is seen as morally abhorrent behavior, and it is defined a psychiatric disorder. Acting on pedophilia, either by obtaining pornographic material of children or partaking in sexual or romantic relations with a minor who is under the legal age of consent, is illegal. But the Ancient Romans and Greeks openly practiced forms of pedophilia, although it was not legally or morally regarded as it is today...

Pedophilia in Ancient Greece and Rome

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