And more bisexuality in sight; Julius Caesar was known as
"every woman's husband and every man's wife"
This is straight out of Suetonius, a Roman biographer of the first and second centuries A.D. This is from his life of Julius Caesar, LII:
At ne cui dubium omnino sit et impudicitiae et adulteriorum flagrasse infamia, Curio pater quadam eum oratione omnium mulierum virum et omnium virorum mulierem appellat.
But to remove all doubt that he had an evil reputation both for shameless vice and for adultery, I have only to add that the elder Curio in one of his speeches calls him “every woman’s man and every man’s woman.”
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