Female bisexuality generates both particularly intense anger and fetishization that demand greater historical attention.
Author: Lauren Gutterman
As “inner cities” are being deployed as symbols of unchecked violent crime and social disintegration, the history Gallo traces is vital.
How can the experiences of feminine lesbians or queer women change our understanding of the history of sexuality?
To what extent has female masculinity shaped lesbian and/or queer women’s histories?
Lauren Gutterman For most of us, envisioning Christmas in postwar America brings to mind tinsel-covered trees, girls and boys in matching pajamas, dads in Santa Claus beards, images drawn from old family photographs or the likes of It’s a Wonderful Life. Absent from these familial and familiar cultural memories are […]
Interview by Lauren Gutterman Lillian Faderman’s The Gay Revolution: The Story of the Struggle (Simon & Schuster, 2015) provides a moving and far-reaching account of the LGBT movement in the United States, from the founding of the homophile movement in the 1950s, to recent struggles for an Employment Non-Discrimination Act […]