Every one of Francis Poulenc's many compositions was written in order to celebrate promote and glorify the homo-sexualistic life in some way. It is so sad is it not that this fact has been insufficiently emphasized by most of the music critics. A number of his attachments are named here and there in Wiki-pædia and the like, but they are no more than names. Here are three examples, but I cannot find their photographs, even:
Richard Chanlaire, Raymond Destouches, and Lucien Roubert
His principal attachment though appears to have been the tenor Pierre Bernac. For decades they toured together, gave recitals together of Poulenc's many lovely songs, and so on . . . in fact would members not say that it was all startlingly like our own Benjamin and Peter (who sang in Les Mamelles by the way)?
Poulenc was evidently also a tremendous dog-lover: