There is a rich, but often overlooked, history of affinity and solidarity between trans and non-trans lesbians.
20th and 21st Century United States
Southerners: Archiving Queer Southern Diaspora in New York City
The Southerners collection opens a window onto extended kinship networks and self-described “surrogate family” in the queer Southern diaspora.
Her Neighbor’s Wife: A History of Lesbian Desire within Marriage
Her Neighbor’s Wife traces the stories of hundreds of women who struggled to balance marriage and same-sex desire in the postwar United States.
In the Service of White Supremacy: Immigration and Reproductive Violence
Reproductive control and violence have been a hallmark of immigration policy in the United States for over a century.
Trans America: A Counter-History
Despite the prominence of what is now called trans in contemporary culture, there is a shortage of comprehensive trans histories.
Lesbian Networks of (Cat) Care During the Sex Wars
On Thursday afternoon, August 12, 1982, Amber Hollibaugh called Dorothy Allison to finalize cat-sitting arrangements for Alice B. Toklas, the cat.
“Clinical Demonstration by Two Expert Intellectuals”: Robert Latou Dickinson’s Representations of Sexual Intercourse
Dickinson’s representations of sexual encounters show the possibilities of gathering sex research data with live couples