As “inner cities” are being deployed as symbols of unchecked violent crime and social disintegration, the history Gallo traces is vital.
Author: Lauren Gutterman
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 […]