Men, Heroes, and Gay Nazis also goes into detail about some of the original Nazi members that were openly gay. SA leader Ernst Röhm was notorious for heavy drinking and sending off storm troopers to stomp in the faces of communists. Sadistic homosexual Edmund Heines, Röhm’s deputy in the SA, is said in the documentary to have had set-up his own special concentration camp so he could torture and kill victims for pleasure. Maybe holocaust museums should think about putting up displays featuring Heines and his barbarous legacy.
Apparently Nazi regalia and costumes are really big in the gay community in a nonpolitical way. The documentary features a skinhead discussing how some homosexuals enjoy role playing where one partner plays the “Nazi” and the other plays the “Jew” during a rape scenario. Men, Heroes, and Gay Nazis also features a gay group registered by the government that dresses up in military clothing and has outdoor orgies. It’s hard not to laugh during these segments of the documentary. Especially when it features a young skinhead simulating masturbation as he reads Mein Kampf.
Men, Heroes, and Gay Nazis is an interesting documentary that proves that truth is always stranger than fiction. Whether it be a Neo-Nazi that was jailed for years just for disputing details regarding the Nazi holocaust in Nazi Germany or a Neo-Nazi that hates Islamic foreigners because they are homophobic, the documentary features a wealth of thought provoking and unconventional material. Rosa von Praunheim proves that all gay rights activists aren’t just whiny weaklings that further propagate gay stereotypes. Maybe one day historians will finally find conclusive evidence regarding Adolf Hitler’s questionable sexuality. Would the gay rights groups blame his actions on being persecuted?