Catullus

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Gaius Valerius Catullus (84 BC - 54 BC) was a famous Roman poet. He is most well known for his licentious love poems, and for the fact that a large body of his work has survived to the modern day.

Many liberal schools in the North East and abroad use Catullus' poems to try and force homosexual acceptance on their students. Many, if not most of Catullus' poems are vulgar and not suitable for children of any age.