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Why I Oppose a General Pardon for Historical Convictions for Homosexual Offences
Why a general pardon is good politics but bad history.
The Case of the Sultry Mountie, or, We Need to Talk about Cecil
How do we discern a queer life from incomplete personal effects whose existence and content are often mediated by other family members?
Queer Domesticities: Matt Cook on Home Life, Family and Community in London
Matt Cook explores queer men’s experiences of home and homemaking in the metropolis.
Before Grindr, or, The Dangers of the "Gay Bachelor"
When the UK government proposed the criminalization of queer personal ads.
"Coming Out" in the Classroom: When the Personal is Pedagogical
What impact would explicitly identifying my sexuality have on teaching, learning, discussions and the overall atmosphere of the classroom?
Male Order: Tom of Finland and the Queer Iconography of Postage Stamps
How do postage stamps contribute to a public history of queer lives and sexualities?