Sexual Politics of Sparta & Athens

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History

 

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Nancy M

 

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September 21, 2016

 

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University

 

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Another point of incredible noteworthiness is that Spartan women were both feared and admired by all. Spartan women however were not the only ones to lead unique lives. Spartan boys were also subjected to a completely different way of life, previously unheard of in any ancient culture. In Athens, things were much like the typical ancient society...
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Men were completely dominant in all aspects. Only men possessed any form of political power. In fact, women were not even allowed to go out in public and were very much confined to their homes. Women seen in the streets risked their reputations as well as their respective husband's. Women were to be obedient and were generally regarded to be useful for one thing and one thing only: life at home...
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