latent homosexuality


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latent homosexuality

[′lāt·ənt ‚hō·mə‚sek·shə′wal·əd·ē]
(psychology)
Homosexual tendencies present in the unconscious but not felt or expressed overtly.
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Having tried to ignore his latent homosexuality, Gustav is forced to face it when he develops an obsession for Tadzio.
Just because you say 'This is who I am' doesn't mean that it's scientifically, biologically, psychologically valid," Ziel says, adding that he believes identifying as bisexual is one way people "cover up a lifetime of latent homosexuality.
Maggie attempts to rekindle their marriage but there is Brick's latent homosexuality and the conclusion is debatable.
He is surely right to dismiss the idea that Lancelot and Galehaut were homosexual lovers in the Vulgate Cycle, although there can be little doubt that there is a latent homosexuality in Galehaut.
Racing through his tormented mind are scenes dwelling on, among other issues, midlife crises, adolescent traumas, social taboos, homophobia, and latent homosexuality.
I can't help wondering if there's some latent homosexuality there.