In Ancient Greece love between males was styled along the same lines as the marriage customs.
Grown men sought teenage lovers, just as they married teenage wives.
I mean, we swallow our pride, hold our breath and get down to full bush…
by Katie Way When babe writes about sex workers, we generally do so within the framework of women and femmes working with male clients.
Lake, the Kendall Jenner and Lauren Perez relationship that ended in 2016 is our most ~concrete~ evidence, so let's begin there.
Do y'all remember when the paparazzi asked Kendall if she was dating Harry Styles, who's since come out as bisexual, but she responded by grabbing Lauren and hugging her instead? Which means "I miss you." The caption read "I miss you more at night." With the caption "cuddle sesh 💤." Could just be her shoes, but still. Selena Gomez literally said "Kendall isn't single" in march of 2016 — a time when the only person she'd been spotted with was Lauren.
They recognized that – married or not – men fell in love with men or youths, dreamt about them, wrote about them, fought over them, and took them to bed.
And they usually understood that boy children were excluded from the game of sex, to the same degree that they understood that girl children were excluded as well.
But first, lemme clear something up: we're not ranking these women purely based on fuckability.
They choose what will be remembered, and what covered up. Looking at any history textbook, one would think that never has a society praised love between men, never has a painter, a poet or a pope shared his bed and his heart with another male.