In ancient times homosexuals were buried like women
Disposal of old homosexual found by archaeologists in a cave not far from Prague - a man who lived nearly five thousand years ago, was buried like a woman.
Archaeologists say that the way to the burial of "cave-gay" was not a mistake, given that people age Corded, which was distributed at that time in Europe, gave special importance to funeral services.

Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum 
Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum were ancient Egyptian royal servants and are believed by some to be the first recorded same-sex couple in history. The proposed homosexual nature of Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum has been commented on the popular press, and the idea seems to (partially) stem from the depictions of the two men standing nose to nose and embracing. Niankhkhnum’s wife, depicted in a banquet scene, was almost completely erased in ancient times, and in other pictures Khnumhotep occupies the position usually designated for a wife. Their official titles were "Overseers of the Manicurists of the Palace of the King".
Critics argue that both men appear with their respective wives and children, suggesting the men were brothers, rather than lovers.

Homophobia is the hatred or fear of homosexuals - that is, lesbians and gay men - sometimes leading to acts of violence and expressions of hostility. Homophobia is not confined to any one segment of society, and can be found in people from all walks of life. Organized hate groups have viciously attacked homosexuals and have used especially violent language in attempting to persecute and intimidate them.

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