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The connection between ego and homosexuality was always very clear and understood to me. As a man who defines his sexuality as an existing combination between homosexuality and heterosexuality and to the outside world, to simplify things, declares himself as a bisexual, I always felt that men who were connected to me (family members, friends and lovers), who were homosexual, always tended to show more of their ego on the outside. In my opinion, as I will explain in this thesis, their ego acts like a defense, a shell, and sometimes even as a real "weapon of protection", and in some more severe cases, as a weapon to use to attack others with, more than in the case of heterosexuals.
Ego exists in every human being, but as much as one is comfortable in his own skin, he would not have the eagerness or even the need to be an exhibitionist, or, in other words, would not need or want to show his ego to the world. The ego, in the case of a man who feels whole, complete, and above all, comfortable with himself, will come out only in one-on-one relationships - with lovers, children, parents, and friends, who he cares for. This man would not need to or want to "show off" his egocentric behavior and actions to people whom he is not in a close relationship with.