The Rape of Ganymede

The Rape of Ganymede by Peter Paul Rubens

Straight men are the bane of my existence. There just isn’t enough alcohol in the world to get them all drunk enough to sleep with me.

But what if we lived in a world where a little vodka-cran-roofie combo wasn’t needed to get your best friend’s boyfriend to drop trou and jump in bed?

In ancient Greece there was no such thing as gay or straight. Sexual and romantic relationships were based on the attraction between two people, regardless of gender. So what happened? When did sexuality become so black and white?

Just imagine how it could be was and all the money you could save at the liquor store!

Check out this video on Zeus and Ganymede’s ro-homo-mance, one of the oldest gay love stories of all time.

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