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Ideal of Perfection Throughout history the Greeks have been know to be excellent in almost every aspect of life Aristocracy was a major part in the structure of Greek culture and males were the complete rulers of the Greek cities The Greeks set up a social structure where the males would be gauged by the Greek ideal of perfection If a male was to follow these ideals he was honored and worshiped by the women and the lower classes of the towns but there were many necessities that one had to abide by There are many ideas that the Greeks had to consider for one to be perfect but one of the most important characteristics was for a man to have a gorgeous slender muscular and fit body Since most of the events that took place mostly arena fighting took place in the nude and fit bodies were definitely admired Not only did the females during events and daily life admire these bodies but since homosexuality was a big role in their society males liked fit bodies on their male friends as well It was most common for adult males to have relationships with young men This was considered a perfection trait because these relations were see to be education teaching the young me ideas and beliefs about their society among other things These fit bodies on the men represented that they were strong powerful very courageous and since it was mostly military men it showed that they also had money because most people at that time couldnt afford to be in the army because they didnt get paid hence people in the army must have been able to afford it they had money It was not only important to have fit bodies homosexual partners and money but an education was very important in this perfection ideal This education goes along with how men interacted with their homosexual partners Since these relationships were
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