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Michael McNamara: Into Something Rich and Strange
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1 The word choice of ‘in-born’ is important here. Unlike most words used in current "nature versus nurture" arguments, ‘in-born’ implies that after birth there is no chance that a homosexual would be anything else; this is how homosexuals at this time were defined.

2 Similarly, his comparison of Greco with Gide, Wilde and Whitman shows that it is not the sexuality of the homosexual artist that troubles him; although Greco has "fairies" in his paintings, he respects him and his work. It is the art that Gide, Wilde, and Whitman created, the way they have created it along, and the extravagant way they lived their social lives (exclusive of sexual choices) that he abhors.

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