Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Greece Culture

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JUST ANSWER THE QUESTIONS POSED BELOW …… BE STRAIGHTFORWARD DO NOT BEAT AROUND THE BUSH. GET TO THE POINT USING ONLY THE SOURCES GIVEN. (Assume the reader knows about the sources) ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. What are the three genders of the early (four-legged, four-armed) humans associated with the sun, moon, and earth in Aristophanes’ speech?

Do these three genders challenge or agree with the Greek male/female binary we read about in Glazebrook’s chapter?

Does some of the behaviour of the descendants (two-legged and two-armed humans) of these first genders agree with the gender roles we read about in Glazebrook? Does some behaviour contradict the gender roles we read about?

  2. Both Aristophanes and Pausanias mention convention (sometimes also referred to as a ‘moral code’) and its role in moderating sexual attraction and/or love.  What role does convention play in Aristophanes?  What role does it play in Pausanias?

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