Marcus Valerius Martialis, Epig. 11.47 (ca. A.D. 85):
Omnia femineis quare dilecta catervis
balnea devitat Lattara? ne futuat.
cur nec Pompeia lentus spatiatur in umbra
nec petit Inachidos limina? ne futuat.
cur Lacedaemonio luteum ceromate corpus
perfundit gelida Virgine? ne futuat.
cum sic feminei generis contagia vitet,
cur lingit cunnum Lattara? ne futuat.
Why does Lattara avoid all baths patronized by the
feminine cohorts? He doesn’t want to fornicate.
Why doesn’t he take a leisurely stroll in Pompeius’
shade or repair to the threshold of Inachus’
daughter? Doesn’t want to fornicate. Why does he
sluice his body, all plastered with Lacedaemonian
mud, with cold Virgin water? Doesn’t want to fornicate.
Since he is at such pains to avoid contact with
the female sex, why does Lattara lick a cunt?
Doesn’t want to fornicate. (D. Shackleton Bailey, trans.)