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    History Channel: History of Sex


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      Anybody watching this tonight? Talk about an explicit look at the history of sex. The Greeks had some interesting ideas about human sexuality. Very few taboos. It was almost like anything was game.

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      Didn't watch it last night but if you think the Greeks were pretty loose, read about Caligula some time and other Roman leaders.

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      Say what? I'll go look for this one later. I thought it was indians and the kamasutra or something that had records to lovemaking

     

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