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Valentine Day Special – Was Alexander Nevsky Gay? – Part III

Dear Readers: Today finishing up our 3-part special based on this piece by Alexander Chausov.  And speaking of Alexanders, this is where we get to the juicy part about Alexander Nevsky.  Saint Alexander Nevsky, to you heathens out there.  Most … Continue reading

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Valentine Day Special – Was Alexander Nevsky Gay? – Part II

Dear Readers: Today is February 15, the day after Valentine Day.  Since American commercialized holidays have conquered the entire world — just like Roman colosseums and bullfighting, back in their day — then I assume — and it doesn’t matter … Continue reading

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Valentine Day Special – Was Alexander Nevsky Gay? – Part I

Dear Readers: It’s February 14, Happy Valentine Day!  And I am hoping for a lot of clicks on this story.  The last time I posted something with a “gay” headline, my clicks went through the roof on that particular day.  … Continue reading

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