Stereotypes offer a window into the history of Japanese sexualities.
It is a curious and powerful discursive move to link the murder of hundreds of people in Nigeria to the vaguely described suffering of British queer people.
How do postage stamps contribute to a public history of queer lives and sexualities?
Beardedness in nineteenth-century Britain had definite implications for manliness and sexuality.
Male fashion has long been central to the way we define what it means to be a ‘real’ man.
Medieval people scrutinised and judged the sex lives of their rulers.
John/ Eleanor Rykener’s confession reveals the complexity of queer lives in medieval England.