This is a huge can of worms, I know, but I also figured this was the best place to get some good discussion. Here it goes: A few weeks ago, I watched history of sex on history channel, (my favorite), and it said that in ancient Greek times, just about every boy was sent to a mentor at about age 14, and, for lack of a better word, molested by an older man. They also said that heterosexuality vs homosexuality was a non issue, to quote the show, it was like asking if you prefer baseball or basketball. What I find interesting, is the incredible stigma attached to molestation today, is almost directly opposite to bronze age, when parents would actually send their sons to be molested by older men. It kind of blew my mind actually, the idea that molestation, and the harm that comes from it, is largely social stigmata, a social construct if you will. Maybe this was the worst forum to pick, because I know this is a hotly debated issue, but it still makes me wonder about how different the world, and concepts of sexuality, could be.