in 105.C., has survived in an inscription found on the island. The words, Down with the gay agenda, was found painted in blue Sunday morning in front of the Thaiphoon restaurant in the 2000 block of S Street in Northwest.C. Researchers reveal large phalluses carved into rocks on Greek island - complete with inscriptions talking about men mounting each other. 'They claimed their own space in large letters that not only expressed sexual desire but talked about the act of sex itself he told the Guardian. Opened on and this domain is 4 years, 1 month old. At least 2700 newborns and small children were buried in ceramic pots between approximately 750.C. One inscription, believed to have been carved in the mid-sixth century BC, proclaimed: 'Nikasitimos was here mounting Timiona (. The Guardian the art was clearly homosexual. Researchers found two giant phalluses and a stream of steamy text carved into rocks on the Aegean island of Astypalaia. This domain is 4 years old. It belongs to the Dodecanese, an island group of twelve major islands in the southeastern Aegean Sea. On Twitter, Dito Sevilla wrote he was the one who altered the original graffiti with the red spray paint. The first gay graffiti in history? Astypalaia is best known for its ancient cemeteries of mass graves containing the remains of newborn infants. The inscriptions talk about two men mounting each other, and the find is is described as 'very, very rare.'.