Imag(in)ing a Women's World in Bronze Age Greece: The Frescoes from Xeste 3 at Akrotiri, Thera / Paul Rehak, Aphrodite Garlanded: Eros and Poetic Creativity in Sappho and Nossis / Marilyn B. Skinner, Subjects, Objects, and Erotic Symmetry in Sappho's Fragments / Ellen Greene, Excavating Women's Homoeroticism in Ancient Greece: The Evidence from Attic Vase Painting / Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz, Women in Relief: "Double Consciousness" in Classical Attic Tombstones / John G. Younger, Glimpses through a Window: An Approach to Roman Female Homoeroticism through Art Historical and Literary Evidence / Lisa Auanger, Ovid's Iphis and Ianthe: When Girls Won't Be Girls / Diane T. Pintabone, Lucian's "Leaena and Clonarium": Voyeurism or a Challenge to Assumptions? / Shelley P. Haley, "Friendship and Physical Desire": The Discourse of Female Homoeroticism in Fifth-Century C.E. Egypt / Terry G. Wilfong.
2016 ed. with forewords by Stephen Halliwell, Mark Masterson and James Robson.
Foreword: The Book and Its Author -- Foreword: The Book and its Influence -- I. Problems, sources and methods -- Scale -- The Visual Arts -- Literature -- Vocabulary -- II. The prosecution of Timarkhos -- The Law -- Male Prostitution -- Penalties -- Status -- Hubris -- Manifestations of Eros -- Defences against a Charge of Prostitution -- Eros and Desire -- Eros and Love -- Following and Fighting -- Homosexual Poetry -- Nature and Society -- Natural impulse -- Male and Female Physique -- Masculine and Feminine Styles -- Pursuit and Flight -- Courtship and Copulation -- Dominant and Subordinate Roles -- III. Special aspects and developments -- Publicity -- Predilections and Fantasies -- Comic Exploitation -- Philosophical Exploitation -- Women and Homosexuality -- IV. Changes -- The Dorians -- Myth and History -- Postscript, 1989.
Roman Traditions: Slaves, Prostitutes, and Wives, Greece and Rome, The Concept of Stuprum, Effeminacy and Masculinity, Sexual Roles and Identities, The Rhetoric of Nature and Same-Sex Practices, Marriage between Males.