Homo Quotes

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Yuval Noah Harari
“This is the best reason to learn history: not in order to predict the future, but to free yourself of the past and imagine alternative destinies. Of course this is not total freedom - we cannot avoid being shaped by the past. But some freedom is better than none.”
Yuval Noah Harari

Erich Maria Remarque
“В безутешных ситуациях люди всегда ищут утешения где только можно. И находят.”
Эрих Мария Ремарк, Жизнь взаймы
tags: homo, sad

Yusaku Hanakuma
“--What's going on in there?
--Let me see.
--Some kind of homo grappling shit.”
Yusaku Hanakuma, Tokyo Zombie

“Hoi! Cowok ganteng, high quality, dan masih nganggur tuh ga ada zaman sekarang, kalau bukan homo, pasti dia sudah punya monyet. Kamu selalu bilang 'kan kalau mau dapat bagus, ya harus merebut!”
Devania Annesya, Muse

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“That a man’s partner and exes are all female does not necessarily mean that he is straight.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Vann Chow
“Beauty was something that transcended any human boundary. Bisexuals and homosexuals alike were not exempt from the curse of beautiful things.”
Vann Chow, The Kiss of the Pachinko Girl

“Cowo itu di ibaratkan kopi dan cwe di ibaratkan gulanya,
gula dan kopi kalo di campur enak, dan nemuin rasa yg begitu nikmat. Jadi pleass kamu jangan jadi cewe jadi jadian gue gak pengen tau rasanya gimana”
Vergi Crush

Joseph Campbell
“The Neanderthal graves and bear sanctuaries, our earliest certain evidences of religious ritual, point to an attempt to cope with the imprint of death.”
Joseph Campbell, The Masks of God, Volume 1: Primitive Mythology

Joseph Campbell
“But the mistery of the woman is no less a mystery than death. Childbirth is no less a mystery; nor the flow of the mother's milk; nor the menstrual cycle -in its acoord with the moon. The creative magic of the female body is a thing of wonder in itself.”
Joseph Campbell, The Masks of God, Volume 1: Primitive Mythology

Joseph Campbell
“For the human mind in its polarity of the male and female modes of experience, in its passages from infancy to adulthood and old age, in its toughness and tenderness, and in its continuing dialogue with the world, is the ultimate mythogenetic zone -the creator and destroyer, the slave and yet the master, of all the gods.”
Joseph Campbell, The Masks of God, Volume 1: Primitive Mythology

“We choose neither the males and/or females we are sexually attracted to, nor being sexually attracted to males and/or females.”
@Mokokoma Mokhonoana