Here's the deal guys.
My vaguely European-y girlfriend who happened to study Religion across the pond gave me some useful info for navigating the disturbing hilarious mess that is Warriors of the T.S. Eliot Land.
You may have noticed the bad guys were called the Templars and this of course refers to the Templar knights who were Crusaders in the dark, dark ages. Apparently, so I've been informed, and wackypedia backs this, when the Templar knights fell out of favor with King somebody or another, one of things they were accused of was sodomy. They were accused of a lot of other things too but I think this was heavily on the mind of our intrepid Italian filmmakers (though this is entirely between them and the therapists as far as I'm concerned). There were a lot of political motivations for these accusations so they may have been fabricated. I'm not a historian, just thought I'd pass this on.
The film still doesn't make a heck of a lot of sense, does it?