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The Austro-Hungarian psychiatrist Richard von Krafft-Ebing (1840– 1902), in his vast studies,10 undertook the popularization of this term, strengthening in his work the identification of this state as a perversion due to its failure to correspond to the heterosexual practices blessed by the church and state. He sowed the idea of homosexuality as a degenerative disease within the scientific field. Another person to whom the creation of the term ‘homosexual’ has been attributed was the British sexologist and social activist Henry Havelock Ellis (1859–1939), who clarified that the concept had not been coined by him, offering in addition his view that it was confusing because it mixed Greek and Latin roots.

In the case of the Roman period, they were generally free citizens who complemented their relationships with women with the attraction they felt toward certain men, in a kind of bisexuality. Homosexuality existed and was treated as something that was normal. There was a tendency to describe this sort of gay relationship as vigorous; in the army and in the institutions of power there were publicly recognized relationships between men that were not considered in any way less dignified, on the contrary.

Therefore, the primary impulse seemed to be focused on controlling sexuality in general, for example, the idea that a man should not love his wife excessively, although it is true that the restrictions also affected the freedom that gays had earlier enjoyed. Nonetheless, this current of moral spirituality that maintained closed relationships in the interests of procreation and inheritance slowed down with the arrival of ‘courtly love’ starting in the 7th century. Until then, few Christian theologists had spoken of the concept of romantic love between people, described earlier by the Greeks.

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