Looking at occupational patterns and cultures contributes to understanding working-class sexuality.
Tag: British history
Under the scrutiny of the British legal system, no work was safe from being deemed obscene.
Narratives of abuse have taken on different forms during different moments.
Homosexual law reform was supported by influential sections of the Church of England.
Agnes Arnold-Forster In 1904 a rank and file clinician, A. T. Brand, narrated an incident in which, “a man presented himself…suffering from cancer of the…penis.” On further analysis, the tumour was “found to consist, not of penile tissue, but of uterine cervical elements.” It was then discovered, “the the man’s […]
On 30 November 2015 the BBC aired a documentary entitled, Coming Oot! A Fabulous History of Gay Scotland. The documentary featured NOTCHES co-founder and editor Amy Tooth Murphy and NOTCHES contributors Bob Cant and Jeff Meek. Amy Tooth Murphy It’s been a good while since I first ‘came oot’. In fact, next year marks […]
Alana Harris and Timothy Willem Jones In the first week of July, we were among over two hundred historians who attended the Rethinking Modern British Studies conference at the University of Birmingham. Alongside our own panel on religion and sexuality, a number of the plenary speakers and the concurrent sessions […]