DANGEROUS VISIONS - EUTOPIA BY POUL ANDERSON
At the beginning of the story, the protagonist is on the run.
The protagonist encounters a town that helps him as he is their guest.
They arrange a transport to take him home. While the protagonist stays, one of the women in the town attempts to seduce him, but he refuses, stating that he is "under vow."
On the day before the transport arrives, the mayor of the town tells the protagonist that after talking with his pursuers, he regrets helping him, but cannot renege his hospitality.
When the protagonist returns home, he checks in with a superior and complains of the barbarism of the people, but his superior contradicts him, stating that people have different views on what it means to be civilized.
The story ends as it is revealed that the protagonist had seduced and slept with a young boy (the son of his earlier host) before the opening of the story and his arrival in the town that had given him refuge, and that the "Niki" to whom the protagonist's thoughts keep turning is the ekename of Nikias, a young boy in his homeland with whom the protagonist is in a relationship.
DO MICE KNOW THAT MEN EXIST?
THE WORLD CONTAIN GOOD THINGS FOOD
AND BAD TIN TRAPS
HE SEES MEN. SURE BUT HOW CAN HE KNOW THEY'RE A DIFFERENT ORDER OF LIFE
RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL STRANGENESS IN HIS WORLD