The pink swastika homosexuality in the nazi party is a 1995 book by scott lively and kevin abrams. Drawing on samuel igras 1945 book germanys national vice, lively and abrams argue that the crimes committed by homosexuals in the nazi party exceed the persecution of homosexuals in nazi germany and that homosexuality contributed to the extreme militarism of nazi germany. Two paris gay bars, banana cafe and cox, have been defaced with swastikas in what officials have called an extremely worrying act of hate. Nowadays, public display of swastika symbol is outlawed in some countries. Notably germany, for which it historically used to be a national symbol, being on a nazi flag at the time. 2 reviewers praise the pink swastika the pink swastika homosexuality in the nazi party is a thoroughly researched, eminently readable, demolition of the gay myth, symbolized by the pink triangle, that the nazis were anti-. in 1942, the exposure of a brooklyn townhouse where wealthy men had sex with members of the armed services led to an anti-gay witch-hunt and heated political scandal. moral decline prior to nazi germany, which spawned an increase in the acceptance of homosexuality in german society, occurred about 35 years before the nazis took power and it paved the way for the nazis to take power. A large part of the increase of support for homosexuality beforehand, including germany becoming the birthplace of the so-called gay rights movement, originated with a.