Although domestic backlash against transnational rights norms would seem to preclude strong LGBT activism in Eastern Europe, Conor O’Dwyer argues that this backlash has been a primary catalyst for organizational development in the region’s most robust LGBT movements.
Public City/Public Sex explores how women who sold sex and men who sought sex with other men shaped the emergence of modern Paris.
Generational change in the imagination of sexuality caused an unprecedented shift in public opinion about same-sex marriage in the U.S.
Sisterhood and Unity explores the history and politics of lesbian activism in the (post-)Yugoslav space.
This book traces the emergence of a vibrant and multi-faceted national gay medical infrastructure during the 1970s.
Amber R. Clifford-Napoleone Queering Kansas City Jazz: Gender, Performance, and the History of a Scene is about Kansas City and its jazz scene, especially its peak years in the 1920s and 1930s, but not in the way readers expect. It is not about music. It is a study of forgotten performers and gender […]
Sensual Excess explores different iterations of racialized sexuality through the work of artists of color.