That's a terrible source. Not a source at all. You made all sorts of claims, so source the one that says Spartan girls shaved their "public hair" to attract a man.Spartan men shaved their upper lips and I just had a hard time believing Spartan women burned their pubic hair off. Greek women all shaved their pubic regions...it's been known for a long time. Greek and Roman women all did it. Ancient pubic styling
See here's the thing...STDS and serious urinary tract infections were a part of male Greek life. Women outside of Sparta were forced to marry whomever their father chose for her. Not so in Sparta. The girls knew who were playing for the other team. And they were not friendly about it. But gay men did exist.... But women who can choose their husbands are not going to marry a man who prefers boys or isn't healthy. And Plutarch tells us that there were actually unmarried men who liked women and pursued them. I know why would a man choose a woman over a boy. Right? So the only answer is those girls lying in the dark naked (cause boys were naked too) with short hair and shaved pussies could magically turn gay men straight. As for everyone being bisexual, most women just see them as open minded gays and most of us don't care for that.
And why do you still keep using the term Gay to describe the Spartans. That is a modern word with modern connotations, specific to a few western nations who've pushed identity politics. If anything, a Spartan might be classed as bisexual. And that's even assuming the Spartans were one of the city states that heavily practiced it, which they probably weren't.
This isn't the first thread you've made unsupported comments on this subject, I clearly remember this one. % sure in other threads individuals have schooled you on this before. There are numerous sources that while man-boy love was thought highly, it was not sexual, but more kind of platonic. One source, Aristotle even claimed the downfall of the Spartans was they weren't into men enough and thought too highly of their women.
I'd recommend you try to accept what others educate you on.