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Lol joking butserious too lol. Thanks again, Ocky. Hence the need to the Down-Low. Ingrained homophobia teaches us to accept and normalize relationships that fit into a heterosexist framework and oppress queerness, while ingrained misogyny simultaneously teaches us to privilege masculinity over femininity.
I only ever see that in porn.
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Perhaps in some distant way Swift was even recalling this Popeian blend of heroic idiom and erotic unsuccess. First the remark about the Beggar's Opera seeming to contain "some Reflection upon Courtiers and Statesmen, whereof I am by no Means a Judge" has a Gulliverian accent misplaced in this context of discursive prose.
I suspect that the most interesting thing about the relationship of Swift and Gay is a biographical rather than a literary one: that a portrait of their friendship, as revealed by their letters and those of their close friends Pope and Arbuthnot, would offer a sharper focus on the personalities of both men, in contexts of Scriblerian camaraderie and in moments of shared adversity alike.
As Rogers says, the first surviving reference to this poem the letter Swift wrote to Gay on 13 March 1.