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[838b] is most effective in guarding men from sleeping with them, either openly or secretly, or wishing to have any connection with them,—nay, most men never so much as feel any desire for such connection.

Megillus
That is true.

Athenian
Is it not, then, by a brief sentence that all such pleasures are quenched?

Megillus
What sentence do you mean?

Athenian
The sentence that these acts are by no means holy,

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