Giovanni di Giovanni (c. 1350 – May 7, 1365?) is one of the younger victims of the campaign against sodomy, waged in Florence since the Middle Ages.
He was convicted by the Podestà court of being the passive partner of a number of different men. He was labeled "a public and notorious passive sodomite." His punishment was to be paraded on the back of an ass, then to be publicly castrated. Finally, he was to have his anus burned with a red-hot iron (or, as the sentence read: " in that part of the body where he allowed himself to be known in sodomitical practice.") It is presumed he did not survive the ordeal.