Gillian Frank Recently I had the pleasure of being a respondent at a conference in honor of Heather White and Anthony Petro’s respective path breaking publications Reforming Sodom and After the Wrath of God. Both books make crucial interventions in the history of sexuality and LGBTQ history, two fields that […]
Tag: Religion and sexuality
Bringing sex offenders to justice was as challenging in the Middle Ages as it is today.
Same-sex couples in the early modern period claimed marriage in their own particular ways.
‘The witch is a witch not only because she magically devours, destroys, or rides wolves, but also because she has sex with the devil.’
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.
With the new religion came new attitudes to sexual behaviour and morality