Lynette Chua The Politics of Love in Myanmar is an ethnographic study of how activists practice human rights, particularly how they interact with and produce emotions and interpersonal relationships as they put human rights into action to build an LGBT rights movement. By offering an intimate account of a group of […]
Tag: LGBT History
Joke Swiebel looked back on the last fifty years since the January 1969 Dutch demonstration that started the modern-day gay rights movement.
How did a single gay man become blamed for causing the North American AIDS epidemic?
The University of Toronto might have sacked Jearld Moldenhauer for being out, proud, and vocal, but they were fighting a losing battle.
Six months before the end of British rule, Chinese ‘tongzhi’ gathered in Hong Kong, renounced Western LGBT politics, and instead reclaimed an indigenous “queer” identity.
Here is a personal take on Hippolytus, using the Greek myth to do a little modern myth-busting about asexuality.
Historically, fostering and adoption of adults could prove a useful way for men to provide legal and financial cover for a partner.