The Journals of Sugar Boy Yuki: Story of a Gay Man in Tokyo - Japaese gay stories
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It was a vintage issue of the Japanese gay magazine Barazoku, and two journals with serene, watercolor covers, written between and. Funny that same-sex love, at least male homosexuality, was once not only celebrated, but a cultural pastime. Published in , Nanshoku ōkagami, or The Great Mirror of Male Love, was a book of 40 short stories by Ihara Saikaku. By this point in Japan’s history, monastic and.