homoeroticism


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homoeroticism

 [ho″mo-ĕ-rot´ĭ-sizm]
sexual feeling directed toward a person of the same sex. adj. adj homoerot´ic.

ho·mo·sex·u·al·i·ty

(hō'mō-seks'yū-al'i-tē),
Erotic attraction or activity, including sexual congress, between people of the same sex, especially after puberty.

homoeroticism

/ho·mo·erot·i·cism/ (ho″mo-ĕ-rot´ĭ-sizm) sexual feeling directed toward a member of the same sex.homoerot´ic

homoeroticism

Eroticism directed towards people of the same sex.
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The open homoeroticism of La cazzaria was provocatively dangerous even in the 1520's, in the years before the Sack of Rome and the collapse of Sienese political independence.
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To balance out these critical and literary legacies, I want to put Firbank into context with Edward Carpenter and Havelock Ellis, who promoted a form of muscular homoeroticism that they distinctly distanced from a too overt femininity.
He reminds readers that "Spanish Enlightenment writers and intellectuals were intensely aware of [the] libidinal aspect" of male friendship elaborated through Greek models (145): thus, in "creating a shepherd who desires another, the poet returns the pastoral to its Greco-Roman roots, in which the theme of homoeroticism is ubiquitous" (164).
This is surprising since previous to this opera the representation of male homoeroticism was negligible on the operatic stage.
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