>>Hello<< I'm reading some from Leaves of Grass and am interested in exploring sexuality themes throughout the anthology. From what I understand, Whitman largely presents female-male sensuality, but at some point he basically, "comes out of the closet" and presents some male-male sensuality. Can people suggest particular poems or pieces of poems that exemplify either of these forms of sexuality in his poems? Thanks.;)
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