This context is in Act IV scene III,during the meeting of Oliver with two girls.
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Most critics agree that Oliver suspects that there is something up with Ganemede. His suspicions are never stated outright. Elizabethans found the whole cross-dressing thing amusing to a point. After a suitable period, they demanded that the genders return to their "natural" state. They felt that the natural order of things must be constant.