overt homosexuality

o·vert ho·mo·sex·u·al·i·ty

homosexual inclinations consciously experienced and expressed in actual homosexual behavior.

o·vert ho·mo·sex·u·al·i·ty

(ō-vĕrt' hō'mō-sek'shū-al'i-tē)
Homosexual inclinations consciously experienced and expressed in openly homosexual behavior.
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The city's most sensitive open secret [is] the presence of what is probably the greatest homosexual population in the world and its increasing openness," warned a front-page expose titled "Growth of Overt Homosexuality in City Provokes Wide Concern" in The New York Times on December 13, 1963, implying that the secret wouldn't stay under wraps for long.
Much of the violence and overt homosexuality that was present in Stone's first cut has been excised.
Henry published his initial findings in the article, "Psychogenic Factors in Overt Homosexuality," American Journal of Psychiatry 93 (1937), 903, from which this quote was taken.
When I finally summoned up the courage to approach one of the senior people, I was told directly that my overt homosexuality meant that I would never be considered for a more senior post within the organisation - in fact it was probably about time I left anyway.
Bloomsbury set and, in particular, the overt homosexuality of Lytton
The film is set in Hollywood in the 1950s, when Whale - whose greatest success came when he directed Paul Robeson in Showboat - was living in retirement enforced by changes in studio ownership and an apparent reaction against his overt homosexuality.
Other common family secrets today include covert or overt homosexuality, long-time extramarital affairs, unpaid debts, bankruptcy, perjury, tax evasion, fraudulent papers and deeds, sexually transmitted diseases, impotency, marriages bonded by hatred, participation in violent Klan-like groups, plagiarism, rejection of the family's religion, the "broken" priest, cruelty to or neglect of the elderly, bigamy, embezzlement, a history of being fired from jobs, illegal alien status, AIDS, Alzheimer's disease, teenage delinquency, bribery, corruption, deliberate pollution as part of profiteering, covert participation in fomenting conflict, abortions, euthanasia, sex changes, legal-drug dependency, and past criminal records.
When he encounters overt homosexuality in the military, he dismisses it in prudish, almost homophobic terms.