— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) March 2, 2022
A dog-whistle to the Uranians among us, those perverts!
Uranian poetry The work of the Uranian poets was characterized by an idealised appeal to the history of Ancient Greece and a sentimental infatuation of older men for adolescent boys, as well as by a use of conservative verse forms.
The chief poets of this clique were William Johnson Cory, Lord Alfred Douglas, Montague Summers, John Francis Bloxam, Charles Kains Jackson, John Gambril Nicholson, Rev. E.E. Bradford, John Addington Symonds, Edmund John, John Moray Stuart-Young, Charles Edward Sayle, Fabian S. Woodley, and several pseudonymous authors such as “Philebus” (John Leslie Barford) and “A. Newman” (Francis Edwin Murray). The flamboyantly eccentric novelist Frederick Rolfe (also known as “Baron Corvo”) was a unifying presence in their social network, both within and without Venice.