praeterea sanctum nihil illi et ab inguine tutum, non matrona laris, non filia virgo, nec ipse sponsus levis adhuc, non filius ante pudicus. horum si nihil est, aviam resupinat amici.
“Besides nothing is sacred to the Greek or safe from his crotch, not the lady of the house, not the virgin daughter, not her still beardless fiancé, not the up-until-then chaste son. If none of these are available, he bends over his friend’s grandmother.”
Juvenal (c.55 - 127 AD) Satire 3.109-112