How is modern microhistory useful for understanding early twentieth-century sexual modernism in Britain?
A popular 1912 hymn imagines a close encounter with Christ and reveals the queer possibilities within evangelical Protestant liturgy and devotion.
Sensationalised sexual depravity of the Ottomans was a popular trope in early modern European discourses on the Turks.
Joke Swiebel looked back on the last fifty years since the January 1969 Dutch demonstration that started the modern-day gay rights movement.
Early modern travellers found Sweden’s saunas both exotic and erotic, but local attitudes were more complicated.
“The Art of War” featured a succession of posters featuring depictions of men in suggestive, even erotic, poses.
Even as Carl Corley wrestled with classifications, he created a rare visibility for rural queer people.