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He will read them a story when they are sleepy, and tuck them into bed at night. And that is what the baby bunny will grow up to be. A daddy rabbit. (Richard Scarry24 ) We have seen that the problem arises at the point of establishing identities regarding sexual relations, since that does indeed jeopardize the social structure. To carry out an analysis of this aspect, it is necessary to talk about the different types of sexual orientation, beginning by clarifying the differences that exist between concepts relating to sex and gender.
This idea became law through Roman natural law, which said that all animals were ruled by it and the destiny of sexual relationships was procreation. Scholasticism restored the argument that non-procreative sexuality was anti-natural. Boswell finally concludes that it was then when Saint Thomas of Aquinas (1225–74), Christian theologist and philosopher, with his Theological Summary, accepted nature as the base of Catholic sexual ethics in 1274, summarizing the moral theology of the High Middle Ages.
In the case of the Roman period, they were generally free citizens who complemented their relationships with women with the attraction they felt toward certain men, in a kind of bisexuality. Homosexuality existed and was treated as something that was normal. There was a tendency to describe this sort of gay relationship as vigorous; in the army and in the institutions of power there were publicly recognized relationships between men that were not considered in any way less dignified, on the contrary.