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 Was this caveman gay?
Was this caveman gay?
A 5,000-year-old skeleton was discovered in a Prague suburb, and archaeologists have declared him to be the first known "gay caveman" in history because of how he was buried.

Not that there's anything wrong with that. picked by suebe 6 months ago
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 suckersk...
6 months ago
Speculation, much?
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 zircon77...
6 months ago
Yeah, that's got to be the only explanation. Maybe he was just an a*****e, and they wanted to curse his afterlife.
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 BLANSETT...
6 months ago
« suckersklub : Speculation, much?
Actually, if you read the article, they do have evidence to back up their theory. However, this IS the daily mail, so take it as you may.
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 plurk
6 months ago
The Corded Ware people weren't caveman. Gay OR transvestite ≠ gay. Also, a quick google learns that the orientation and facing of the body in Corded Ware graves aren't as unambiguous as the article claims, and men were often buried with pots just as women were.

The Daily Fail lives up to its name again.
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 zircon77...
6 months ago
« suebe : Was this caveman gay?

A 5,000-year-old skeleton was discovered in a Prague suburb, and archaeologists have declared him to be the first known "gay caveman" in history because of how he was buried.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.
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 tigerton...
6 months ago
« suebe : Was this caveman gay?

A 5,000-year-old skeleton was discovered in a Prague suburb, and archaeologists have declared him to be the first known "gay caveman" in history because of how he was buried.

Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Why couldn't he have been the world's first stay at home dad?
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 kerobero...
6 months ago
If I were a gambling person, and I believe that I am... in certain circles...

I am willing to bet that this person didn't belong to the village in the first place and was found dead. He was found by the locals and because they have a sense of humor, they thought the would f**k with future generations by burying this man pointing east with housewares...

Or he was buried pointing East signifying the direction he came from. The housewares... maybe he died needing water in his jug.

Like Klub said: SPEC.ULA.TION!
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 suckersk...
6 months ago
« keroberos32 : 
Like Klub said: SPEC.ULA.TION!
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 suebe
6 months ago
More interesting speculation.
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