Sexual attitudes and behaviors in ancient Rome are indicated by art, literature and inscriptions, . Information about the sex lives of the Romans is scattered in historiography, oratory, philosophy, and including a variety of positions, oral sex, and group sex featuring male–female, male–male, and female–female relations.
Here, Paul Chrystal explores the Roman relationship with sex and shares . to ' mutilate' orally the genitals of men and women bound to stakes.
Yup, that's right, oral sex wasn't actually popularized in the 1970s and didn't fall out of favor just because the Roman Empire collapsed.