Gay Athens: The birthplace of gay culture comes into its modern own


We owe a lot to Athens, the ancient birthplace not just of Western culture, but indeed of gay culture itself. In recent times, the city’s of course been far more in the spotlight as the capital of a not so economically sunny Greece — a situation that, for the moment at least, looks to be stabilizing. But while „the crisis“ (as they call the predicament locally) has been brewing for some three-plus years now, Athenians have mostly managed to keep their spirits high. They’re far from in denial about the grimness of the situation, and indeed can reflect for hours upon its effects and implications. Yet as descendants of the ancients, they know that ultimately this too shall pass. […]

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