Sarah Schulman on changing attitudes towards intergenerational sex within the queer community.
Tag: post-1945 US History
The Los Angeles Advocate captured the essence of an important segment of the LGBTQ culture.
When does sex become a political weapon?
What happens if we take Monica Lewinsky at her word?
The late 1970s and early 1980s was the historical peak of interest in the cervical cap in the United States.
Gabriel N. Rosenberg In the postwar United States, the state’s project of preserving the family farm was yoked to its project of making the modern American family. The family farm enjoys an uncanny amount of deference in modern American political culture in part because it is an unusually potent sexual symbol: […]
Gillian Frank Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in the United States. To reflect upon Dr. King’s life, legacy and influence, NOTCHES offers some primary sources with which to begin thinking about King’s place in the history of sexuality. Even as historians are increasingly reckoning with King’s complicated private life, King’s views on […]