So how homoerotic was this friendship?
But in most cases the last scene is still pointedly homoerotic.
Like an (even more) homoerotic version of Batman, Touko Laaksonen lived a double life.
Usually written in the form of epigrams, his moody poems often feature the tranquil, homoerotic imagery of young boys at play.
In “H of H,” Herakles calls Theseus his “tugboat,” and this time their last exchange is both homoerotic and hopeful.
First, the dilemma of homoerotic desire is posed when men worship a male God in a culture based on heterosexual complementarity.
…and Lezama Lima’s Paradiso (1966; Paradiso), a deeply poetic novel of education that created a scandal because of its homoerotic thematics.
…novelists, including Edmund White and David Leavitt, who have made art out of previously repressed and unnarrated areas of homoerotic experience.
The final sketch is a cheeky homoerotic number, in which I and another sidekick throw off our monks' outfits and strut around wearing only a towel.
Fraser, however, said there were “enormous” features of this play that were absent from real life, including “the non-homoerotic male friendship” at its centre.
Even before Wilde sent his manuscript to the typist, then, he was hesitating over its homoerotic content, and especially over the pages devoted to Basil’s desire.
The film, which featured a homoerotic nude-wrestling scene with two men (actors Alan Bates and Oliver Reed), was considered an artistic success when it was released in 1969.
The solution of imagining Israel as a metaphorical woman, in an exclusive relation to the divine maleness, may have solved the first dilemma of homoerotic desire only by generating another.
The author notes the artist’s fluid sexual desires but gives some of Caravaggio’s most explicitly homoerotic paintings tortured readings to keep them safely in the category of mere “ambiguity”.
Ms Sheng became instantly hooked on the homoerotic tale with its subtle portrayal of a form of sexual desire that is rarely discussed openly in China (homosexuality was considered a mental illness until 2001).
.), American photographer who was noted for austere photographs of flowers, celebrities, and male nudes; among the latter were some that proved controversial because of their explicitly homoerotic and sadomasochistic themes.
Mrs Whitehouse also took uncontested credit for having the editor of Gay News, Denis Lemon, fined £3,500, and the publication itself £31,000, for publishing a poem in which Jesus on the Cross had masochistic, homoerotic feelings towards a Roman soldier.
Readers who have known only the war trilogy, with its historical sweep and its close examination of relationships between men (not excluding the homoerotic), may be surprised to learn that Pat Barker has written extensively and sympathetically about women and children.
A stage version by the dramatist Naomi Wallace ran at the Drum, Plymouth, then the Lyric, Hammersmith, in 1996, and at the Comedy Theatre the following year; it stuck closer to the novel than Parker's film, while making the relationship between Birdy and Al more explicitly homoerotic.
Simon visits his local library, the site of a radical campaign of homoerotic vandalism which saw the writer Joe Orton and his partner Kenneth Halliwell deface library books with lewd covers, before surreptitiously placing them back on the shelves to shock the unsuspecting readers of Islington.
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