Can queer blood be less American than straight blood?
Religion and sectarianism long shaped the sexualities and lives of LGBT people in Northern Ireland.
In the early days of the AIDS epidemic gay men struggled to reconcile 1970s sexual openness with the growing danger of a deadly disease.
The struggle over gay rights evolved within the context of Dade County’s large and politically active Jewish community.
Let’s also mark the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Drum.
The ‘born this way’ argument has also been subjected to substantial criticism.
‘Hermaphrodites’ represented a true puzzle for the authorities and local community.