homoeroticism and the gothic villain

    November 4, 2020
    a blurred photography of girl running trough a Hogwart-esque room, her hair is blond and she wears a black dress

    it is a universally acknowledged fact, that many of our beloved gothic heroes and villains are, more or less, queercoded.One can observe queer subtext in novels like The Castle of Otratranto (1764) or Dracula (1897) while also enjoying rather obvious lgbtqia+ themes in The Picture Of Dorian Gray (1890) and Carmilla (1872). note: i will use the words gay, queer, homosexual and lgbtqia+ in this article, even though I’m well aware that those terms were used with a different meaning,…

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