I agree, Wilde and Bosie ceased their physicality pretty early on. But Bosie loved mostly thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen year old schoolboys, so they couldn't have shown that as it might have given American 'liberals' a fit. As did Robbie Ross, who seduced Wilde when he was sixteen and not the twenty something depicted here.
Of course, they were withheld by the chronology of the events depicted from imparting the knowledge that Bosie later became a supporter of Nazism, though they might have thrown into the fun mix one of Oscar's recorded anti-semitic comments, or at least his well-attested misogynist remarks.
Most amusing was the idea that Wilde was conflicted about visiting prostitutes, when it was he and not really Bosie who bought prostitutes.
So, it turns out that Wilde was a bourgeouis headmaster type with liberal leanings who was secretly conflicted about his homosexuality, another falsehood, and who longed to be living as a late twentieth century Gay man. I suspect that the ideology of the participants, politically correctness and the prospect of an American market all conspired to make this a truly dishonest and, worse, patronising film.