The Oral History Society LGBTQ special interest group has shown the important role oral history plays in researching LGBTQ lives.
A college humor magazine, Shaft, documents Hugh Hefner’s first forays into commercializing sex.
Conservatives exploited homophobia to discredit opposition to Section 28, leaving Labour ambivalent to outright opposition.
In Bolivia, political allegiances and competing priorities have shaped movements for equality for LGBTI Bolivians, and thus, their histories.
Female bisexuality generates both particularly intense anger and fetishization that demand greater historical attention.
How might historians make sense of trans in past tenses?
Angelica Church lived at the intersection of two revolutions, in a world of dangerous financial speculation, intense political intrigue, and the play of passions between men and women.