When it comes examining the history of women’s access to abortion, stories matter.
The Divorce Act of 1968 led Canadian judges to create a legal category to describe sex between women.
The 1838 Markland Inquiry historicizes male anxiety about same-sex intimacy and touch in nineteenth-century Canada.
‘After Stonewall’ was one of the most vocal regional gay periodicals in Canada to challenge a national gay activist platform.
The ways a father’s race shaped the adoptability of children born to Jewish mothers reveals the complex construction of Jewishness in postwar Canada.
How has Canada constructed sexual values, identities and communities?
Mavis’ family photo album opened a door on a life of interracial intimacy.