Hint…it's a country with gorgeous beaches, mouth-watering food, a rich cultural heritage, plenty of adventure activities, warm-hearted welcoming people, largely inexpensive, and a fantastic gay scene in its capital…. It was one of the first places we ever came to in Asia many moons ago, and it's one place we always strive to visit again and again, every single year! For this reason, we rate Thailand as one of the not-to-miss gay travel vacation destinations in the world. We've put together this comprehensive gay guide to Thailand setting out the best gay scenes across the country, the best queer events to look out for, lots of inspiration for the best activities to do here, and other practical information for LGBTQ travelers.
A second trailer for the animated short film In A Heartbeat has social media users buzzing, particularly for its brief but beautiful portrayal of young love between two boys. In the trailer, no words are spoken. Viewers just see a sweet redheaded boy try to control his heart literally when he sees his crush — another boy. The super short animation left many social media users with a whole lot of feelings. Clearly, because only a heartless person would not completely swoon over this trailer.
In South Korea it has been common for corporal punishment to be delivered in a classroom or corridor. The clips on this page show secondary boys being disciplined by teachers. Two secondary boys are being disciplined in a school corridor, assuming the classic South Korean punishment position: hands on the floor, bottom sticking up. We see a teacher giving the first student two fairly vigorous strokes of the cane across the seat of his trousers. That boy immediately gets up and goes on his way while the other one receives one stroke before the clip ends -- presumably the first of two or more strokes.
Oscar Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas, He once wrote of himself, "I, like wax of the sacred bees when smitten by the sun, am melted when I look at the young limbs of boys. According to one ancient source, Bagoas "had been loved by Darius and was afterwards to be loved by Alexander. When Antinous died by drowning at the age of 21, Hadrian was grief-stricken. He had the dead boy deified, founded a city in Egypt to honor him, erected statues in honor of him through-out the empire, and commissioned sculptures, paintings and coins to be made bearing his likeness.