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Last year I was in love with a man I had met online.
After 14 months, I discovered that the man I was in a relationship with 'Antony Ray' was using a fake identity. Turns out he was married and even had a dedicated phone for ‘conquests’ from his fake life.
It is certain that Athens had the largest slave population, with as many as 80,000 in the 6th and 5th centuries BC, with average of three or four slaves per household, except in poor families.
Modern historiographical practice distinguishes between chattel slavery (personal possession, where the slave was regarded as a piece of property as opposed to a mobile member of society) versus land-bonded groups such as the penestae of Thessaly or the Spartan helots, who were more like medieval serfs (an enhancement to real estate).
By the end of the period, references become more common.
Slavery becomes prevalent at the very moment when Solon establishes the basis for Athenian democracy.
No treatises are specifically devoted to the subject, and jurisprudence was interested in slavery only inasmuch as it provided a source of revenue.
His behaviour was premeditated, yet the current law will not find his actions a criminal offence.
That’s why I’m calling for creating fake profiles for the intent to use people for sex to be a crime.
It should be a crime under the Fraud Act, Communications Act and Sex Offences Act and used to be until 2003 when it was removed when laws were replaced. Whilst my story sounds shocking, many have also been 'catfished' - as it is commonly referred to (a fake online persona used for creating romance online).
Individuals establish a relationship and build trust in their story, they can then chose to make the 'catfish' personal by meeting their victim to pursue a relationship under the premise of their alias.