This original manuscript for Shakespeare's Macbeth was recently restored from a semen-coated parchment discovered in what was during Elizabethan times a shop operated by a merchant of affordable, fashionable men's clothing. This lends credence to the theory that Shakespeare's works were not written by Shakespeare himself but by noted libelist and Member of Parliament Henry Ludlow. Lodulow expressed better than any of his peers the discontent of the English people with the Stuart kings and their affinity for sodomy with livestock. Ultimately, he decided to add an ironic twist to the tale by rewritting it as a play, mocking James' faggotry with the uncontestably homosexual meter that is iambic pentameter.
(I really need to start doing actual work in English.)