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Thomas Wier wrote:
> > So, for them, sexual morality is a matter of WHEN, not HOW or WHO.
> > :-)
>
>Phaleran sexual mores naturally feature social caste as the
>primary dictum:  you can't marry or mate with anyone outside
>your social caste; it's consider both a sin and perverse to do
>so. Typically, those who do, if found out, are exiled from
>their local community.  Within caste boundaries, though,
>sexuality is a lot less rigid than in our world.  People don't
>particularly care what sexual partner you take, as long as
>it's not, like, your cousin or anything. Divorce is easy
>as long as property or power-relationships are not tied to the
>marriage. Homosexuality is treated much like it is in modern
>Brazil or Ancient Greece: you're a homosexual if you're in
>"passive" position, not if you're in "active".

And being classified as a "homosexual" has what effect? Do ordinary folks
look down on the "passive" ones?

                                    Andreas


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