Did you know you could bottom for hot, muscular warriors with thick bananas if you were a member of the ancient Greek army? According to writings that have been passed on through antiquity and researched by historians, the more you serviced your fellow man, the stronger your male bonds would grow. Just so you know, the Spartans wielded power for nearly a thousand years, with their zenith happening between the sixth and fourth centuries, B. In fact, man on man action among military members was commonplace — and encouraged. Located in Southern Greece, directly along the Peloponnese peninsula, this ancient society was built on two important concepts: 1 loyalty to the state and; 2 military service.
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Home Destinations Europe Germany. Over the past few decades, Germany has evolved to become one of the most gay friendly countries in the world. Sadly the LGBTQ community of Germany took a massive beating during the Nazi era, either being forced to flee or coerced into concentration camps where they were persecuted and beaten, usually to death. Fortunately, since the s, the community began a great renaissance as they started to rise from the shadows, starting with the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Fast forward to today: Germany has started to reclaim its fabulous crown as one of the leading LGBTQ friendly countries in the world — a feat it once proudly held in the pre-Nazi era. In , Germany legalized both gay marriage and adoption rights. In addition, it has an array of anti-discrimination laws and progressive transgender laws, making it one of the most trans-friendly countries in the world as our friend Finn Ballard explained to us.
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When the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriages, America generally, and the gay community specifically, celebrated. Same-sex marriages, and the gay and lesbian movement is more mainstream than ever. While the national discussion has been brought to the forefront, at the state level, conversations continue.
The other day when I tweeted my distaste for the latest Kylie Minogue single a form of sacrilege in some circles one of my followers replied with one of my least favorite phrases: "We're going to revoke your gay card. There's no such thing as a gay monolith. There are as many ways to be gay as there are colors in the rainbow now who is being easy and glib?