In art produced under Augustus, the programmatic adoption of Hellenistic and Neo-Attic style led to more complex signification of the male body shown nude, partially nude, or costumed in a muscle cuirass. In the 3rd century, celibacy had become an ideal among the growing number of Christians, and Church Fathers such as Tertullian and Clement of Alexandria debated whether even marital sex should be permitted for procreation. And you remember how he was, right? Rape in the English sense was more often expressed as stuprum committed through violence or coercion cum vi or per vim. She bet the best Roman prostitute that she could sleep with more men in a day than the lady of the night. The body's response to physical attractiveness is automatic, and neither the character of the person desired nor one's own choice is a factor. Some Greek Stoics privileged same-sex relations between a man and a younger male partner   see " Pederasty in ancient Greece ". With a combination of scientific detachment and ironic humor, Lucretius treats the human sex drive as muta cupido, "dumb desire", comparing the physiological response of ejaculation to the blood spurting from a wound. Just as venerable figures of men, painted by the hand of an artist, are resplendent in our houses, so too there is a small painting tabella  in some spot which depicts various couplings and sexual positions: The elements derive from the semina, "seeds," that are generated by heaven; "love" brings together the elements in the act of creation, like the sexual union of male and female. Afterwards he would tell the husbands everything that happened, and if he really liked her he would file a bill of divorce for the couple, just because 2 Julius Caesar was quite the player. Raptio The English word "rape" derives ultimately from the Latin verb rapio, rapere, raptus, "to snatch, carry away, abduct" the words rapt, rapture, and raptor still have the same meaning. In his Book 33 De medicamentis, Marcellus of Bordeaux , a contemporary of Ausonius,  collected more than 70 sexually related treatments—for growths and lesions on the testicles and penis, undescended testicles , erectile dysfunction , hydrocele , "creating a eunuch without surgery",  ensuring a woman's fidelity, and compelling or diminishing a man's desire—some of which involve ritual procedures: As laws pertaining to violence were codified toward the end of the Republic, raptus ad stuprum, "abduction for the purpose of committing a sex crime", emerged as a legal distinction.