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It follows the fads and fashions and interprets the latest trends. Homosexual fashions in speech, clothing, and gestures follow specific codes that help keep homosexuals in a world to themselves. In ways that are often imperceptible to the uninitiated, these evolving fashions delineate variations and sexual conventions. Knowing how to interpret the details enables one to penetrate to the very heart of homosexual life, to discern the secrets and to sort out what is part of homosexual reality and what is more a part of the mythology.
82 Photographed by Cecil Beaton, especially, Tennant looked like a prince charming. Even in his everyday wear, he stood apart from the crowd; his biographer Philip Hoare made much of his style, and his innate sense of theater which made him a symbol of the Bright Young People of the 1920s in London. Late in the decade, Tennant represented the most extreme of fashion — for a man, at least. ” But Stephen’s physical presence was enough to belie such an impression. ” Each of his movements, from the facial muscles to his long limbs, seemed calculated for effect.
74 The suit was dark, of thick fabric, broad in cut, with 70. 19. 71. 26-27. 72. 22. 73. Michel du Coglay, Chez les mauvais garçons. Choses vues, Paris, R. 137. 74. See Gifford Skinner, “Cocktails in the Bath,” loc. cit. 31 A History of Homosexuality in Europe the bottom of the trousers flared. This baggy fashion had some erotic advantages, as Gifford Skinner relates: — The average man wore his trousers very full cut and they went up almost to the chest. The underclothes, if one wore any, were quite as loose and left the genitals free.