Consider the lament of Juvenal, who lived circa 100 AD, but was evidently unaware of the budding religion of Christianity:
O father of our city, whence came such wickedness among thy Latin shepherds? How did such a lust possess thy grandchildren, O Gradivus?
He was “conservative”, and his views are largely discounted on this basis in our day ( well ... he was anti-gay ! ). He further opined, after describing a privately performed “gay marriage”, that “If we live long enough, we shall see these things done openly.” Of course, he was assuming a continuous evolution of Roman culture. Little could he have imagined that this would come true 2000 years in the future.
I’m just waiting for his Satires to be banned and supressed.
Even in all its degeneracy, the Roman Empire did not condone homosexual "marriages".
We are indeed in deep trouble.