Behaviors, attitudes and sexual tendencies of people have been seen and understood in many different ways depending on the culture or the time, and with that I am referring not only to sex between same sex people but everything that belongs to the sphere of human sexuality. The idea of a general and absolute rejection of any type of sexual contact between persons of the same sex is totally false and only understood from the Judeo-Christian perspective of the last millennium where all sexual behavior must be controlled and often suppressed or annulled.
Silent is the worst option.
Everyday happens. In any media of any country appears someone expressing unpleasant and unnecessary opinions on any aspect of the sexual diversity. You become angry, you become indignant, you die laughing, or everything at once. Nobody would think opine on the force of gravity, but many people there keep, hammer away at us, saying childish and prudish nonsense. This has always happened, and will continue to happen. But now we live in a time when technology allows the opinion is not in the hands of a few.
The phobia of sexual diversity (understood as an entity) has its argument perfectly structured and has been disseminating the message for centuries. Then, much of society assumes it as its own, as it could also take a message with common sense. And this message can be expressed anywhere and at any time. We also do it with this blog. We did the blog to give our opinion, and this section within this blog contains articles that do not fit in the other categories.
Moscas de Colores is a project with several orientations. One is the explanation of homosexuality through the words that mankind has used and uses to speak of homosexual fact made in our species; because the rejection of homosexuality and human homosexuality has an origin and an explanation, whichever it may be. With an explanation things are better understood, and what is understood is rejected and feared less. With the search and the study of words, the diffuse past becomes clearer, because with the words placed on the map, what were those societies reach until today, to us, immersed in a world debate about whether we marry or not and whether we adopt or not.