Discover all the hidden secrets about the private life of Michelangelo: scientists from all over the world now agree that he was homosexual and had a love story with a young poet.This tour will make you discover the true history about gay and lesbian famous artists of the past trough those art works. Our researchers and our experts in history had discover evidence in different books, sculptures and poetry, that prove that a lot of famous personalities were homosexual.Discover the Sistine Chapel and enjoy all the sculptures that will show you how gays and lesbians where very important. A time when inclusion existed and homosexuality was not a mere description but a way of life.
The boys are back and this time the barmy army are heading across the channel to liberate Europe in their very own D-Day invasion.It's a rollercoaster ride with axe wounds and accidents in Scandinavia, arachnophobia in the fatherland, blood and guts in Rome and plenty of pain in Spain. Along the way there's an all Sanchez wedding to remember and a stag do to forget, plenty of partying and even a live lager enema in a very excited gay bar.Anything goes on the dirtiest European Tour ever.Episodes Include:01. Scandinavia.02. Germany.03. Czech Republic.04. Greece.05. Italy.06. Spain.Special Features:Nothing To Declare.
Learn about Ancient and modern Roman history as only a gay-friendly guide can tell it!Your tour begins at the spot where Julius Caesar was betrayed and killed. Then, walk along the imperial Forum - the political and social heart of the Roman Empire. Learn about Julius Caesar and how homosexuality was viewed socially in Ancient Rome.At the Capitoline Hill, climb 124 marble steps to reach the Basilica of Santa Maria in Ara Coeli where we'll come across a lesser known sight: the simple tomb of Michelangelo's young lover.From here, you'll walk over to "Opium Hill" where you will visit the Basilica of St. Peter in Chains. Inside, encounter one of Michelangelo's most celebrated sculptures: the horned Moses.Finally, stop for a drink with your group and guide at a famous gay pub on Rome's "Gay Street" while enjoying the view of the Ludus Magnus -- the ruins of the Gladiator school.
Few people know that Roman cuisine is much more than Carbonara or Amatriciana…Street food is very famous as well! You can stop at corner shops or along the historical streets to tast the ‘white pizza’ with mortadella, a supplì, or fried cod fillet. With a good glass of wine.
The Domus Aurea is Emperor Nero's expression of luxury and power. It was originally composed of 200 rooms, on three floors, with many golden decorations and amazing frescoes. It was built after the great Rome fire in 64 a.C.: Nero wanted to build a brand new city under the name of Neropolis.
My first trip to Europe: Italy! I'm roommates with the hottest guy in school - Rob, with whom I'm in love. And he's gay! On this collage-art tour, we have studios to paint in: Siena, Rome, Florence, and Venice! Perfect! What could possibly go wrong? Except Rob isn't in love with me...and our third roommate is a straight queer-basher! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Guy Veryzer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/121256/bk_acx0_121256_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.