Many passages within the classics, both Greek and Roman, make reference to the cunnilinges swallowing the menstrual as well as other secretions of females. Aristophanes usually speaks with this. Ariphrades sods his tongue and stains disgusting moisture to his beard through the vulva. The exact same individual imbibes the feminine release, ‘And tossing himself on the he drank all her juice.’ Galienus is applicable the appellation ‘drinkers of menses’ to cunnilinges; Juvenal talks of Ravola’s beard being all moist whenever rubbing against Rhodope’s privities; and Seneca states that Mamercus Scaurus, the consul, ‘swallowed the menses of their servant girls by the mouthful’. The exact same author defines Natalis as ‘that guy with a tongue since harmful as it’s impure, in whose mouth females eject their monthly Purgation.’ Into the Analecta of Brunck, Micarchus posseses an epigram against Demonax for which he claims, ‘Though living amongst us, you sleep in Carthage,’ i.e.