The men were arrested in May when police raided a disco on the luxury Queen Boat, moored on the Nile in the Zamalek district of Cairo. No confusion "Couples, couples, couples - man and woman," says the manager. The Etoro and Marind-anim for example, even viewed heterosexuality as sinful and celebrated homosexuality instead. One ancient saying claimed that "Women are for business, boys are for pleasure. While the stories about Seth and his sexual behavior may reveal rather negative thoughts and views, the tomb inscription of Nyankh-khnum and Khnum-hotep may instead suggest that homosexuality was likewise accepted. In many traditional Melanesian cultures a prepubertal boy would be paired with an older adolescent who would become his mentor and who would "inseminate" him orally, anally, or topically, depending on the tribe over a number of years in order for the younger to also reach puberty. Just lately they started arresting homosexuals through the net by going to matchmakers websites and making dates with gay men and then arresting them," he says. With the current trial, more than 50 men could face up to three years behind bars. Such relationships did not replace marriage between man and woman, but occurred before and during the marriage. In courtroom and political rhetoric, charges of effeminacy and passive sexual behaviors were directed particularly at "democratic" politicians populares such as Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. One man has been sentenced to six years in jail over similar charges. However, Horus did not allow Set to ejaculate inside him, instead catching his semen in his hands. Later, in custody, they were subjected to internal medical examinations to see if they had had gay sex. Yet, it has been found that Ancient Egyptian society was familiar with homosexuality as a cultural norm and practice, manifested in various artifacts and historical evidence. When night falls, Set orders a bed to be made for the both of them, planning to have intercourse with him; indeed, various artifacts affirm that they engaged in sexual intercourse. Some scholars believe that the paintings reflect an example of homosexuality between two married men and prove that the Ancient Egyptians accepted same-sex relationships. Five such examinations have taken place, Amnesty International said on Monday.