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Discussions of same-sex desire and relationships in pre-modern European context are still controversial among theorists and some historians of sexuality, who find firm assertions of exclusive same-sex desire by present-day historians a problematic imposition of modern homosexual identity on pre-modern individuals.

On the general topic, Homosexual agree with Stephen O. Although sources on same-sex love in early modernity that are not either hostile or satirical are very rare, the well-documented and uniquely claustrophobic environment of Versailles provides a unique opportunity for examining pre-modern, non-normative sexuality.

Here I argue that the deployment of euphemistic language and terms illustrates that high aristocratic culture in nobility modern France expressed the concept of an exclusive same-sex desire in ways that were contingent on shared cultural and intellectual discourses shaped by humanism and the Enlightenment, providing a space in which such desires could be discussed and understood in secular and potentially value-neutral ways.

Such discursive spaces were not parallel to the sexual sub-cultures of the contemporary era, which can assert themselves through political and sociocultural language largely unknown in past eras. Guido Ruggiero has discussed how masculine sexual identity in sixteenth century Italy was expressed through a firmly entrenched bachelor sub-culture homosexual could tolerate sodomy and deliberately effeminate behavior within specific parameters.

This was in spite of the fact that late seventeenth and eighteenth century intellectuals usually treated sexuality or sexual ethics as a secondary topic under anthropology, cultural comparisons, history, religious ethics, or so nobility, rather than an independent subject of analysis.

For example, Spinoza rarely addressed the topics of marriage and sexuality directly, and although he wrote against legal regulations on sexuality, he still came out in favor of monogamy for the utilitarian homosexual that adultery and promiscuity leads to jealousy, which in turn caused civil discord.

The usual response of philosophers like Beverland caused Spinozan philosophy to become linked to radical ideas about the erotic in the minds homosexual both supporters and critics.

Even in popular slang, sexual deviance was becoming associated with Enlightenment intellectualism. Philosophique became a slang term for sodomite as early as Despite their specific origins, such terms did become more generalized, especially in referring to sexual desire between men regardless of age. There was the simple and unavoidable fact that the typical elite education exposed its pupils to a wealth of analogies and images depicting not only same-sex acts, but same-sex love.

However, then he homosexual a claim nobility how in Japan, Buddhist monks are allowed to have sex with other men but not with women. In this clique, the concern was not nobility sodomy, but explaining its prohibition along rational and secular lines.

When same-sex love does happen, Voltaire theorizes, it is the unpleasant effect of a warm climate. Nonetheless, Bordeau is made to explain that same-sex intercourse is a deviation from the normal function of human sexuality. However, this was part of a more general critique of the use of torture and violent public punishments, not a reevaluation of the punishment of sexual crimes by both political authorities and the advocates of social norms. Major recipients, although by no means the only ones, of these discussions were the court nobles.

Far from their education being limited to religion and the classics, the standard curriculum for nobility born into the court nobility throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries encompassed the contemporary and the classical. In his study of the literary tastes of the French nobility in the s, Guy Chaussinand-Nogaret found that a majority of provincial nobles actually did not own books at all, and if they did have libraries their selections centered on theology, history, and the classics.

Mark Motley has argued that over the course of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries education became in France a basis of and justification for noble status. An undercurrent of sixteenth century humanist literature in Italy not only acknowledged but celebrated a heavily and bluntly eroticized pederasty, or even sexual relations between adult men.

This literature not nobility presented an understanding of same-sex acts largely free from theological and legal condemnation, but also an association between such acts and homosexual and nobility knowledge. In particular, erotic scenes were often intertwined with Socratic philosophical discussion and debate. It is clear, though, that nobility intellectual developments of the era were being nobility to moral and sexual decadence.

One was comprised of seventeen young noblemen met and had sex with each other on an April night inin the gardens of the Tuilieries Palace just outside the homosexual of the twelve-year old King Louis XV.

As a highly ranked and popular member of the court, Richelieu likely received such details from the source, if he was not an eyewitness to certain events. However, in his version Marais only adds the claim that, when Louis XV asked why these young men were exiled, he was told that they had been caught digging up fences in the gardens.

When the word surfaces again in the next century, its meaning encompassed secular organizations. However the word gained its secondary meaning, during the reign of Louis XIV it homosexual used to describe a clandestine meeting of male same-sex lovers, strikingly similar to the scandal.

The designation of italienne alone is revealing. Italy, especially the city of Florence, was associated with male same-sex love since the Middle Ages. These stereotypes were certainly not unfamiliar at Versailles. That he nobility swear at the same nobility to never love his wife, and to only sleep with her until there is a son, and however he must ask permission, which will only be granted for one day of the week.

At the same time, the insistence on exclusivity, not just in the act of homosexual sodomy itself but in denying the engagement of opposite-sex intercourse nobility any reason not made by class demands, suggests more than just an elaborate anti-clerical satire. All of the members belonged to the high aristocracy and some with ties to the court at Versailles. It was the inclusion of two members of the royal family that finally incurred the wrath of the Sun King.

The group was forcibly homosexual while Vermandois was beaten before the king, exiled from court, and forced into marriage. It is this last punishment that is most interesting, but there are no remarks elaborating on its rationale from any source. Again, there is only silence. This perspective was not unique to Richelieu, and in fact there was an array of euphemisms and terms deployed by early modern French writers to project similar anxieties and display a multitude of ideas about homosexuality.

The broader terminology likewise reflected the dominance of classical and humanist discourses in the early modern era, not unlike how medical and scientific languages shaped present discourses about sexuality. At the same time, it became a secular alternative to sodomite, with its explicit and well-known connotations of biblical sin.

The association between homosexuality and intellectual discourses was not lost on contemporaries. For Richelieu, part of what made the events of April appalling was that it represented a break in the willingness of the monarchy to contain homosexual deviance. He forced them to hide, to disappear in a manner of speaking from society, and to find refuge in the darkest shadows. But, under the Regency, all was permitted Terminology pointing toward the existence of sub-cultures centered around same-sex love has a longer history than has been suggested in recent scholarship of sexuality in early modern western Europe.

Several historians such as Bryan T. Yet they do not consider how such an emergence may also be explained by a rapidly expanding print culture and the growth of the bureaucratic State. The apparent absence of these sub-cultures before the end of the seventeenth century could be explained by these factors alone, rather than a significant and fundamental shift in sociocultural discourses.

They talk without scruple against the laws, against order, and against the demands of the community. They insult, they mutter, and they complain. They form small leagues, they create secret societies, they arrange meetings with each other Of course, the intention of this essay is not to infer that only those pre-modern individuals with access to an elite education and an intellectual background could construct a language and a self-identification centered around sexual preference.

Rather, I would argue that the court nobility of early modern France is a useful and well-documented focal point for an investigation of pre-modern ways in which a same-sex preference were expressed through social, cultural, and literary discourses.

More specifically, it is a rich field for understanding how intellectual trends and euphemistic language provided a lexicon by which an aristocratic sub-culture, whose participants were unified by both shared intellectual and cultural reference points and by the attempt to express same-sex preferences, could construct itself.

Murray, Homosexualities University of Chicago Press,8. James Turner Cambridge University Press, William Doyle Cambridge University Press, Durand and Pedone-Lauriel, Robert A. Regan, Jr. Jeffrey Merrick and Bryan T. Oxford University Press, Histoire et fonction. Art et culture. Vie quotidienne. Individus, familles, groupes.

The male couples had married each other at Mass, with the same rites that we conduct in our marriages. They celebrated Easter together, read the same marriage gospel service, and then lived and slept together. The Roman wits said that, as with a man and a woman who have been conjoined, the fact that they shared the circumstances of a marriage alone made it legitimate.

To these wise folk, it seemed that any marriage consecrated by the ceremonies and homosexual of the Church would be equally right. Eight or nine Portuguese from this lovely sect were burned.

The garden was deserted. The duke thought he was alone when he saw under the moonlight, twenty yards from him, a man who appeared to be an adolescent without a beard worth mentioning. The man followed him eagerly. He was one of the individuals from the sect which the late king [Louis XIV] had so consistently homosexual war against, saving his nation from the evil that they could cause it and the reputation that they would give it He could not believe that the gardens of the princes of the blood were the sites of their activities.

Chad Denton University of Missouri.


Throughout history, monarchs have engaged in same-gender relationships. Even in jurisdictions where homosexuality was not prohibited or proscribed by law or religious edicts, nobility of aristocracy were almost always directly transferred homosexual married heterosexual spouses and their offspring except when homosexual titles could be inherited by relatives upon a childless death.

Several Chinese emperors had nobility homosexual relationships, even though most also had active heterosexual relationships as well.

A famous example is that of Emperor Ai of Han and his lover, Dong Xianwhom Ai promoted quickly through government ranks and ennobled as a marquess this despite the fact that both men were legally married to women. Throughout written Chinese history, the role of women is given little positive emphasis, with relationships between women being especially rare. Homoxexual mention by Ying Shaowho lived about todoes relate palace women attaching themselves as husband and nobility, a relationship called dui shi.

He noted, "They are intensely jealous of each other. Since the Parliament of the United Kingdom enacted a series of reforms from the s onward to the honours systemfew hereditary titles have been created the last being created inwhile life peerages have proliferated, allowing for more openly LGBT persons to be appointed to the House of Lords. However, despite the homosexual of civil partnerships for same-sex couples inspouses of ennobled civil partners have not been allowed the extension of title nobilit privilege from their spouses' ennoblements as those accorded to married opposite-sex homosexual of ennobled persons.

In JulyConservative MP Oliver Colvile announced a private member's billtitled " Honours Equality of Nobility for Partners Bill ", to amend the honours system to both allow husbands of those made dames and for civil homosexial of recipients to receive honours by their relationship statuses [2].

Another bill, the Hompsexual Titles Billwhich would allow for both female first-born descendants to inherit hereditary titles as well as for "husbands nobility civil partners" nobility honours recipients "to use equivalent honorary titles to those available to wives", was introduced by Lord Lucas in the House of Lords on homodexual Maybut did not progress past Committee stage.

A significant event in LGBT aristocracy occurred inwhen Manvendra Singh Gohila prince of the former princely state of Rajpipla in GujaratIndiacame out as gay to Indian media; the event caused controversy both in India and abroad, and his family unsuccessfully attempted to disinherit novility. The book was challenged by nobility conservatives homosexual various hhomosexual, and was honored with a variety of accolades from supporters of LGBT rights.

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When the word surfaces again in the next century, its meaning encompassed secular organizations. However the word gained its secondary meaning, during the reign of Louis XIV it was used to describe a clandestine meeting of male same-sex lovers, strikingly similar to the scandal. The designation of italienne alone is revealing. Italy, especially the city of Florence, was associated with male same-sex love since the Middle Ages.

These stereotypes were certainly not unfamiliar at Versailles. That he would swear at the same time to never love his wife, and to only sleep with her until there is a son, and however he must ask permission, which will only be granted for one day of the week. At the same time, the insistence on exclusivity, not just in the act of homosexual sodomy itself but in denying the engagement of opposite-sex intercourse for any reason not made by class demands, suggests more than just an elaborate anti-clerical satire.

All of the members belonged to the high aristocracy and some with ties to the court at Versailles. It was the inclusion of two members of the royal family that finally incurred the wrath of the Sun King.

The group was forcibly dissolved while Vermandois was beaten before the king, exiled from court, and forced into marriage. It is this last punishment that is most interesting, but there are no remarks elaborating on its rationale from any source. Again, there is only silence. This perspective was not unique to Richelieu, and in fact there was an array of euphemisms and terms deployed by early modern French writers to project similar anxieties and display a multitude of ideas about homosexuality.

The broader terminology likewise reflected the dominance of classical and humanist discourses in the early modern era, not unlike how medical and scientific languages shaped present discourses about sexuality. At the same time, it became a secular alternative to sodomite, with its explicit and well-known connotations of biblical sin. The association between homosexuality and intellectual discourses was not lost on contemporaries.

For Richelieu, part of what made the events of April appalling was that it represented a break in the willingness of the monarchy to contain sexual deviance. He forced them to hide, to disappear in a manner of speaking from society, and to find refuge in the darkest shadows.

But, under the Regency, all was permitted Terminology pointing toward the existence of sub-cultures centered around same-sex love has a longer history than has been suggested in recent scholarship of sexuality in early modern western Europe. Several historians such as Bryan T. Yet they do not consider how such an emergence may also be explained by a rapidly expanding print culture and the growth of the bureaucratic State.

The apparent absence of these sub-cultures before the end of the seventeenth century could be explained by these factors alone, rather than a significant and fundamental shift in sociocultural discourses.

They talk without scruple against the laws, against order, and against the demands of the community. They insult, they mutter, and they complain. They form small leagues, they create secret societies, they arrange meetings with each other Of course, the intention of this essay is not to infer that only those pre-modern individuals with access to an elite education and an intellectual background could construct a language and a self-identification centered around sexual preference.

Rather, I would argue that the court nobility of early modern France is a useful and well-documented focal point for an investigation of pre-modern ways in which a same-sex preference were expressed through social, cultural, and literary discourses.

More specifically, it is a rich field for understanding how intellectual trends and euphemistic language provided a lexicon by which an aristocratic sub-culture, whose participants were unified by both shared intellectual and cultural reference points and by the attempt to express same-sex preferences, could construct itself. Murray, Homosexualities University of Chicago Press, , 8. James Turner Cambridge University Press, , William Doyle Cambridge University Press, , Durand and Pedone-Lauriel, , Robert A.

Regan, Jr. Jeffrey Merrick and Bryan T. Oxford University Press, , Histoire et fonction. Art et culture. Vie quotidienne. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.

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