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Yes, but they aren't famous or written. The most common way, was that the young males would give themselves to him as a way to getting blessed for war. Ares dated Aphrodite, but anything that had a fighting spirit and good at combat, was a perfect lover for Ares.

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no,he loved aphrodite and had 7/6 kids

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He didn't exactly love Aphrodite, and he had kids with OTHER immortals. And yes, he did have male lovers, especially those who gave themselves to him in his temples as a way of getting luck in war. Some guys even gave themselves to his sons, Phobos/Deimos

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