How do we historicize the production, consumption and circulation of sexual images and texts?
Tag: popular culture
Collier’s made one of the earliest print references to the sexuality of FBI director J. Edgar Hoover.
Justin Bengry Beardedness, or alternatively clean-shavenness, has long been an important signifier of manliness, inscribing crucial gender and sexual meanings onto the male body. But fashions in shaving are notoriously unstable, even in the nineteenth century, that idyll for the hirsute among us. Beardedness in nineteenth-century Britain, in fact, only […]