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Late 19th-century historian Hubert Howe Bancroft reported in his study of the native culture of Kodiak Island :. A Kodiak mother will select her handsomest and most promising boy, and dress and rear him as a girl, teaching him only domestic duties, keeping him at women's work, associating him with women and girls, in order to render his effeminacy complete. Arriving at the age of ten or fifteen years, he is married to some wealthy man who regards such a companion as a great acquisition. The same is the case in Nootka Sound and the Aleutian Islands , where 'male concubinage obtains throughout, but not to the same extent as amongst the Koniagas.
In California the first missionaries found the same practice, the youths being called Joya. Though early Mayans are thought to have been strongly antagonistic to same-sex relationships, later Mayan states employed pederastic practices. Their introduction was ascribed to the god Chin. One aspect was that of the father procuring a younger lover for his son. Juan de Torquemada mentions that if the younger boy was seduced by a stranger, the penalty was equivalent to that for adultery.
Bernal Diaz reported statues of male pairs making love in the temples at Cape Catoche , Yucatan. Pederastic eros in the Christian West, while remaining mostly hidden, has nevertheless revealed itself in a variety of settings. Legal records are one of the more important windows into this secret world, since for much of the time pederastic relations, like other forms of homosexual relations, were illegal. Reflecting the conflicted outlook on male loves, some northern European writers ascribed pederastic tendencies to populations in southern latitudes.
Richard Francis Burton evolved his theory of the Sotadic zone , an area bounded roughly by N. According to glbtq. In England , public boarding schools , with their homosocial environment, often encouraged a homoerotic atmosphere, due to the emphasis on the Classics, and homosexual relations were formed and quietly accepted, both between older and younger boys and even between teachers and pupils; however, some scandals arose around such relationships. In the midth century, William Johnson Cory , a renowned master at Eton from until his forced resignation in , evolved a style of pedagogic pederasty which influenced a number of his pupils.
His Ionica, a work of poetry reflecting his pederastic sensibilities, was read in intellectual circles and "made a stir" at Oxford in Both are thought to have influenced Oxford don Walter Pater , whose aesthetics promoted pederasty as the truest expression of classical culture. Pederasty also was a theme in the work of several nineteenth-century English writers known as the " Uranian poets ".
Most now are considered no more than minor literary figures, but the most prominent Uranian representatives — Walter Pater , Gerard Manley Hopkins , and Oscar Wilde — are renowned worldwide. Both Wilde and Hopkins were deeply influenced by Pater's work. Wilde wrote of pederastic and homoerotic culture — though not in the "elevated" pederastic sense that it held for Pater and Hopkins  — in a number of works.
The end of the 19th century saw increasing conflict over the issue of social acceptance of pederasty. A number of other pederastic scandals erupted around this time, such as the one involving the German industrialist Friedrich Alfred Krupp , which drove him to suicide. This strife also involved the Wandervogel movement, a youth organization emphasizing a romantic view of nature.
Wandervogel took flight in , the same year that the journal Der Eigene went to press. It was published by a twenty-two-year-old German, Adolf Brand , and it advocated classical pederasty as a cure for the moral flabbiness of German youth. Influenced by the ideas of Gustav Wyneken , the Wandervogel movement was quite open about its homoerotic tendencies, although this kind of affection was supposed to be expressed in a nonsexual way.
The founding of Young Wandervogel happened largely as a reaction to the public scandal about these erotic tendencies, which were said to alienate young men from women. Until the s, English " public schools " were walled boarding schools, educating adolescent boys only, with a strong concentration on Greek and Latin classics. They continued to be "hotbeds of pederasty" into the 20th century. Lewis when talking about his life at Malvern College , an English public school , acknowledged that pederasty "was the only counterpoise to the social struggle; the one oasis though green only with weeds and moist only with foetid water in the burning desert of competitive ambition.
While some believe the relationship to be platonic,  others describe it as pederastic. In modern thought, same-sex relations with adolescents is regarded as an abuse of power when the older partner is in a position of educational , religious , economic , or other form of institutional authority over the younger partner. Pederasty therefore remains widely censured and instances of it have had severe political repercussions for example, the Mark Foley scandal , or "Pagegate",  which broke out in the United States in Some "gay-positive" writers, in their work of interpreting Christian teachings, have concluded that Paul's criticism of same-sex love do not target those for whom such affections come naturally, but rather those who indulge such pleasures by choice, with the example given being "the Hellenistic practice of erotic behavior with young males.
But a position paper of the Anglican Church of Canada rejects that contention, claiming that,. The Graeco-Roman "ideal" did not entail erotic love of children, but of young teenage males, of the same age that young woman would be given in marriage. Frequently the more mature male was only slightly older than the partner. Had Paul intended to proscribe pederasty by using these terms such as we understand pederasty today , he had recourse to many other more precise terms. In fact, the discussion in Romans, with its inclusion of female homoerotic behaviour, indicates that exploitation and victimisation were not the issue.
Paul has a lot to say about the abuse of power elsewhere. On February 2, the Vatican issued a document, Instruction on the Careful Selection and Training of Candidates for the States of Perfection and Sacred Orders , barring from the priesthood anyone who has "perverse inclinations to homosexuality or pederasty. The same year, social guidance film director Sid Davis released his now infamous film, Boys Beware.
Davis plays the role of the first pederast. Though pederasty was once accepted in many cultures, some modern observers have retrospectively labeled it abusive. Enid Bloch argues that many Greek boys who were involved in paederastic relationships may have been harmed by the experience, if the relationship included anal sex.
Bloch writes that the boy may have been traumatized by knowing that he was violating social customs. According to her, the "most shameful thing that could happen to any Greek male was penetration by another male. Bloch further argues that vases showing "a boy standing perfectly still as a man reaches out for his genitals" indicate the boy may have been "psychologically immobilized, unable to move or run away.
This was in response to criticism from "certain sectors" that objected a line in the abstract of the academic Bruce Rind's controversial paper , which they said advocated pedophilia. The publisher, in a letter to the editors, attempted to exonerate Rind from the accusation and conceded that the article was sound, but stood by his decision to withdraw it "to avoid negative press" and "economic repercussions.
Rind's essay is to be published in a future "supplementary volume" of The Journal of Homosexuality , together with counterarguments advanced by his critics. Rutz said the decision "can on one level be considered a business decision. Our customer base is large and the number of disciplines we cover is large. Because 95 percent of our customers would likely be opposed to anything even remotely construed as sexual abuse apologetics, publishing this paper would be a bad business decision. Category:LGBT culture. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with Pedophilia.
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Oxford: Oxford University Press. Iwata, The Love of the Samurai. A Thousand Years of Japanese Homosexuality, pp. Dictionary of Fiction. Gyan Books. The Hill. Archived from the original on 6 December Sid Davis. Online Video Media. Retrieved 15 July. The Journal of Men's Studies. Men's Studies Press. Verstraete; Vernon L. Provencal 1 May It seems like there should be a contradiction, but I feel comfortable with it. I feel it's OK to interject unpredictable ideas into a work of art as long as you're not perpetuating those acts against living human beings.
Is that what you're thinking is a contradiction? When I think of Gauguin's work, I think of the very offensive idea that seems to be a part of them. Take "Spirit of the Dead Watching" [included in the gallery show].
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That is the most thorny of all of his paintings. It's kind of like "The Loss of Virginity. Virtually the same body type -- thick ankles, short legs, but nevertheless youthful and attractive. In this case, there is fear in the painting, more like the Eve where the fact of her nudity and suggestion of sexuality makes her afraid.
She is looking out at whoever is observing her with fear. Yes, there is the demon in the corner, but that doesn't seem to be the source of her fear. Gauguin put the demon in and that's a nice explanation, but it's a device. When he writes about his work to his wife the most important thing is the fear. And then he puts in things that might account for the fear. You'd think that Tahitian society would have been so laid back that Gauguin would have gotten rid of his European demons, except in Tahiti women were encouraged to be raped and beaten.
That was an observation of Tahitian society that was written by several Western observers. I don't know how common that was. It could be exaggerated. It certainly seemed to them to be more common than it was in Western society. When Gauguin first went to Tahiti this was all very titillating to him.
Here finally he had found a society where his own interests in violence and sexuality could be acted on without censure. But that was only true for a short period. And only as long as he wasn't an actual Tahitian resident. I made the distinction between his first trip to Tahiti as a tourist and his second trip where he came to stay.
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Once he settled down there, society -- especially the Europeans and Europeanized Tahitians -- no longer would accept that behavior. So he had a falling out with the powers that be. Can we call Gauguin's paintings of half-naked men, like "Man With the Ax" [a Tahitian teenage boy wearing only a black loin cloth swings an ax over his sturdy shoulders], homoerotic? Mostly because I know the literature that Gauguin wrote about these paintings. I associate the man with the ax with the story in [Gauguin's book] "Noa Noa.
Then he comes back and says, "Are you satisfied? It's amazing how Gauguin in his titles picks out words that are sexual. I mean, wait a minute! If you asked for my belief in my heart of hearts, I would say yes. But I have no proof of that. Men who have sex with men don't want that to be known most of the time so they don't write about it.
They'd rather people didn't have any evidence or proof. I respect that. I can't say, "Yes. Gauguin did. I don't have that evidence. But if you asked me whether I think that he did, I would certainly say yes. The image of the ax coming down. There is real feeling there. I hope he did. Then there is another story about going up into the mountains to find wood for Gauguin's sculptures.
He talks about following the young man, and looking at his back, and becoming more and more attracted to him. Then the man turns around and Gauguin comes to his senses, and says, "I can't do this. It's a young man. We attacked with the ax a magnificent tree that had to be destroyed to get a branch suitable to my desires. I struck furiously and, my hands covered with blood, hacked away with the pleasure of sating one's brutality and of destroying something.
As they returned Gauguin admired the beautiful back of his friend and compared it to the wood that they were carrying for the sculpture. And he says, "The tree smelt of roses, Noa Noa.
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We got back in the afternoon, tired. He said to me: 'Are you pleasured?
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This is very intense. If Gauguin really felt this way, I certainly hope he had sex with some of these men. The central relationship in Gauguin's life is Vincent van Gogh. Gauguin seems to have treated that Dutchman rather badly.
Well, I think they both got something out of it. Certainly Gauguin got the relationship with Theo [van Gogh], the brother [an art dealer]. That was great for Gauguin. That really, really made a huge difference in his career. And I think he certainly learned from Vincent, whose painting style was tremendously creative and rich. Vincent too learned from Gauguin. But Vincent wanted it so badly.
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I think not because Gauguin preferred younger, more attractive men. I think he had flirted with both Vincent and Theo, like he did with everybody. Gauguin was wonderfully seductive. Both van Goghs liked him and were drawn to him for that reason -- I think Vincent more sexually, more romantically. Gauguin made it clear to van Gogh that it was not going to happen. He was not interested. I think that was terrible for Vincent. I think that van Gogh was pretty heartbroken and angry. You get these passages in Gauguin's story about what happened, Gauguin would wake up and Vincent would be standing over his bed looking down at him.
I think Vincent pressed it and somehow got Gauguin to lash out at him. I would not be surprised if Gauguin didn't physically strike van Gogh during this time in that sort of abusive way that he had when he got pissed off. Van Gogh was a bit of a masochist. And Gauguin was a bit of a And Gauguin lashed out at van Gogh and van Gogh was devastated and cut off his ear in some bizarre reaction to all that. I think he took it to the brothel that Gauguin used to inhabit. Maybe he was thinking that Gauguin was there. I don't know. I'm too much of a just-the-facts-ma'am to speculate. I think even though van Gogh was furious about Gauguin leaving him and treating him so badly, he was like an abused wife.
He would have taken Gauguin back at any moment. I like the way that van Gogh revisited their time together by copying works that Gauguin had done when they were together. I don't mean hours before. On July 23, he wrote to his brother talking about a Gauguin landscape that he had seen and he loved.
And then on July 27 he shot himself. So it's not like the reason he did it, but that summer he'd been in Paris and it brought back a lot of his feelings and agitation about Gauguin, and the desire to see him again. It is a very tragic story, the relationship between them. I would say it was an open gay culture. And there were some people who wrote about it and their relationships. Although it's hard to reconstruct all of that, there was one.
I feel that Gauguin was appealing to that group in writing so openly himself about his attraction to men in the "Noa Noa" stories. What I'm wondering is, if you're a man who loves other men but have no examples to follow, then you'd have to make it all up yourself as you went along. If van Gogh had had more access to a gay culture, maybe he wouldn't have flipped out so much.
I think van Gogh did have access to gay culture. I like to think that that's reflected in the fact that once he moves to Paris, he calls himself impotent. He is no longer interested in women. Of course he doesn't go on to say, "Now that I have discovered gay culture