Archival recordings of sexual counselling sessions illuminate how sexual problems might be understood by both practitioners and patients.
What can a conflict over dancing at Queen’s University tell us about sexual mores in early-twentieth-century Ontario?
Surrounded by death, Civil War soldiers found pleasure and fraternity in sharing erotic pictures and prints.
Revisiting an earlier generation of reformers exposes that marriage was not a magical cure-all.
While many vowesses broke their chastity vows, Margaret Singleton’s case was different and remains an unsolved mystery.
Phyllis Schlafly stood at the epicenter of conservative sexual politics.
The Wellcome Collection’s ‘Institute of Sexology’ was the first major event of its kind in the UK.