The customs and ethics of male love were encoded in Greek mythology.Male love was a cornerstone of the culture that created theater, philosophy, mathematics, history, and other arts and sciences.Dê a você mesmo a oportunidade de viver a felicidade e encontrar alguém que possa amar.
Depois é só ver os perfis dos homens que temos aqui, à procura daquela pessoa, e deixar a magia acontecer. No Encontros Brasileiro você poderá encontrar aqui uma grande diversidade de perfis de homens que, tal como você, procuram um namorado.In the pre-modern west, male love survived mostly underground, visible only when the lovers were unlucky enough to get caught, or when hinted at by artists brave enough to flout convention. The list of luminaries, artists, statesmen, men of the cloth, knights and knaves who felt the pull of male love – by itself, or alongside the love of women – is endless – and we only know a fraction of them, for most covered their traces too well and will forever remain hidden.Many writers, musicians, painters and poets depicted male love, but always in coded form: Michelangelo, who adorned the Sistine Chapel with vibrant male nudes; Shakespeare, who serenaded his darling boy in his sonnets; Blake who railed against priests “binding with briars my joys and desires;” Whitman, who sang the body electric, Proust, Baden-Powell, Tchaikovsky, Britten, Auden, Isherwood. The big lie that same-sex love is “against nature,” a fiction which flies in the face of both biology and history, depends on ignorance and censorship for its survival.Democracy was another invention of the Greeks, and the two men they honored for its introduction were Harmodios and Aristogiton, a gay couple.Love between males was thought to bring out the best qualities in a youth AND in his lover, especially manliness and courage.