The ancient Romans had lusty appetites; just like modern people, they seemed to have one thing on their minds.
The Charles Bukowski Memorial Center for Classical Latin Studies seeks to drag obscenity out of those dusty tomes and stick it right where it belongs.
Bukowski wrote the same sort of poetry that Catullus did, the kind that hits you hard in the gut. The two poets even shared common themes.
Other texts are even more obscure.
Tired Latin texts written by prim religious scholars do not give the discerning cinaedus enough vocabulary to read the racier texts properly. The Prurient Latin Vocabulary List seeks to remedy this omission.