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Queer Samurai Japan for Gay/Lesbian Teens and Youth

Queer Samurai Japan for Gay Youth
Hello! This is a gateway to Japanese queer stuff mostly for gay youth.
Gay and lesbian people like us are all over the world in fact.
They are your friends, teachers, and neighbors.
Unfortunately, people are not always free to let their sexuality be known.
Please have fun and just enjoy my page.
Thank you & ARIGATO-GOZAIMASU !

If you are lesbian or bisexual, you can go to Lesbian and Bisexual pages if you like.



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My condolences to those directly touched by the attacks on 11 September 2001. I share in the pain of those cast in harm's way and the grief of those who mourn the loss of loved ones. My thoughts go out to the victims of Tuesday's tragedy and their families and friends.
September 11, 2001: Gay Victims & Heroes



Perez depicted intimate relationships between two people whether man and woman, two women and two men. The entire concept of a relationship and sentiments between two people is brought to light. In each painting there is an evident contrast between shade and light. The color red is central to his paintings and consistently symbolizes masculinity, passion and dominance.
Gay Paintings



Looking at any history textbook, one would think that never has a society praised love between men, never has a painter, a poet or a pope shared his bed and his heart with another male. Evidence of same-sex love has been either quietly suppressed, as with the Greeks and Romans, or quickly destroyed, as is still done with newly unearthed Inca and Mayan art. The result of this deception has been a needless polarization of society and untold suffering for those people who happen to fall in love with others of their own sex. Androphile Gay History Project