How can the experiences of feminine lesbians or queer women change our understanding of the history of sexuality?
For Victorians, the hand served as an acceptable object of fixation upon which to leer and project meaning and fantasy.
To what extent has female masculinity shaped lesbian and/or queer women’s histories?
Is it helpful to conceive of one African epidemic, with one set of universal causes? And how is the history of HIV understood within African communities?
Flight attendant unions have been hotbeds of feminist and LGBTQ activism for fifty years.
How do we historicize the production, consumption and circulation of sexual images and texts?
Attempts to ban child marriage in Southern Rhodesia reflected the Europeans’ tendency to perceive African male sexuality as excessive.