Since the beginning of time?
Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of what is thought to be the first gay caveman.
The skeletal remains were unearthed at an excavation site in the Czech Republic and are said to date back between 2900 and 2500 BC, indicating the bones to be about 5,000 years old.
According to research team members, the man was buried in a way reserved for women of the Corded Ware culture in the Copper Age, signifying he was of a different sexual persuasion. The man was found lying on his left side with his head facing west. Additionally, he was buried surrounded with a selection of domestic jugs, as well as an oval-shaped container at his feet usually associated with female burials.
Men were traditionally buried on their right side, head facing to the east, and surrounded by an assortment of weapons, tools, and portions of food and drink to accompany them to the next stage of death.
At a press conference on Tuesday, lead archaeologist Kamila Remisova Vesinova addressed theories that the odd positioning could be a mistake or a mere coincidence. "From history and ethnology, we know that people from this period took funeral rites very seriously so it is highly unlikely that this positioning was a mistake."
"Far more likely is that he was a man with a different sexual orientation, homosexual or transsexual," she continued.
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