Why it's important: You won't need your 3D glasses for this one. Taylor's shark boy sets the precedent of what it really means to be a toned and defined bulge in Hollywood. Although this bulge is on the perky side, it lacks girth circumference that makes for a five-Hamm bulge. Why it's important: Although we have no doubt this gleeful bulge has the potential to make you feel like you're living a teenage dream, it has room for growing in those spacious sweatpants. Why it's important: Although a little underwhelming and disappointing in outline and stature, Efron's bulge is a nice accent to the rest of his body. Dave Franco can't even resist taking a peek at this one.
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Wikimedia Commons A bust of Roman Emperor Commodus, styled as if he were a reincarnation of Hercules, which is precisely what he believed himself to be. The long line of Roman emperors is marked with a strange pattern: Almost every exceptionally brilliant emperor was succeeded by an exceptionally mad one. The benevolent emperor Claudius who improved Rome with public works was followed by his stepson Nero, who infamously burnt it to the ground. The emperor Titus Flavian completed the Colosseum and endeared himself to the public with his generosity only to have his good works undone by his brother Domitian, who was assassinated by his own court. Lucius Aurelius Commodus, born A. But once Marcus Aurelius died in A. Despite his unusual personal tastes, Commodus at first behaved more like a typical spoiled, rich youth than a bloody dictator.
Homosexuality Among the Gladiators Was Common in Ancient Rome
Homosexuality in ancient Rome often differs markedly from the contemporary West. Latin lacks words that would precisely translate " homosexual " and " heterosexual ". Roman society was patriarchal , and the freeborn male citizen possessed political liberty libertas and the right to rule both himself and his household familia. The conquest mentality and "cult of virility" shaped same-sex relations.
Orally servicing well-built, muscular guys with thick bananas was considered a sign of bravery if you were a solider in ancient Rome. Instead, sexual relations between males was considered a bonding experience. The greater the bond, the stronger the cohesion was in the unit. This was particularly the case for the Hastatus ; the youngest of infantrymen in the pre-Marian armies before BC. If you were one of these soldiers, you saw real action on the front line and were likely the first to die in battle.