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The ancient Greek myths exposed many aspects of their male society. The focus
of today are the different ideas of what was accepted and approved of back then. In order
to show you this, examples will be taken from the story Theseus.
The expectations of male youth were to be strong and brave. At the early age of
fifteen, Theseus proves his strength by lifting a huge boulder and finding his fatherís sword
and a pair of sandals underneath it. On his way to Athens, Theseus encounters evil and
courageously fights worthy opponents, killing atrocious monsters in all shapes and forms.
He is looked respected because his father is high in social status and power. Fighting the
Minotaur is a quest the young man goes on to save the people of Athens. Sacrificing
yourself in the name of your people and bravery are looked upon with admiration from
Greek society. Marriage is a virtue. Even though King Aegeus and Aethra are with each
other once, ...
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