Robert Baden-Powell, Cecil Rhodes and Lawrence of Arabia have three things in common.
Sunday 26th January 2014 marked three years since the murder of David Kato.
Lots of working-class men having sex with each other in fields, behind pubs, at each others houses and, perhaps most significantly, at work.
There has been little question as to whether having a single month devoted to discussing such histories is actually regressive
Nineteenth-century British imperial imaginaries took great delight in expressing the terror of, and a morbid fascination with, hijra bodies.
The core message which I learned from GLF was that gay people should come out about their sexuality as much as they could.
For high-status medieval men, sharing a meal and a bed had more to do with politics than sex.