How an Enlightenment philosopher understood the love between his mistress and her sister
Tag: early modern sexuality
Early modern wonder books included stories of people who changed sex as a surprising natural phenomenon.
Presenting Vesalius’ “penis-vagina” (as many students took to calling it) on the first day of class immediately primed students to dissect early modern social constructions of gender and sexuality.
Same-sex couples in the early modern period claimed marriage in their own particular ways.
Women’s confessions and paternity suits reveal a host of information about the sexual lives of early Americans.
Dabhoiwala traces the transformation of western approaches to sexuality during the Enlightenment.
It’s hard to believe that we are celebrating one year of Notches! On 6 January 2014,