QOTD - 11/9/98, Kiefer
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From: Peter Langston <psl>
Date: Mon, 9 Nov 98 12:37:11 -0800
Subject: QOTD - 11/9/98, Kiefer
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Today's quote is from Otto Kiefer's _Sexual Life in Ancient Rome_:
... Nature instructs women to be sexually attractive to men: the
existence of the next generation depends on that attraction: and it
is not only understandable but right for women to do everything
which can produce erotic excitement in men."
- Otto Kiefer in _Sexual Life in Ancient Rome_
QOTD discussion groups may wish to consider the following suggested topics:
1) Which is more important, duty or obscure notions of personal dignity?
2) This is really treading on thin ice, isn't it?
© 1998 Peter Langston