Medieval priests were not supposed to have sex, but medical theory suggested that celibacy could kill them.
Love magic posed a real danger to medieval people, especially the clergy.
We have to work creatively with our sources to understand what medieval people were doing with one another.
Medieval people took the idea that the food they consumed could influence their sex lives seriously.
How can we find out about female same-sex experiences and intimacy in the middle ages?
Medieval people scrutinised and judged the sex lives of their rulers.
John/ Eleanor Rykener’s confession reveals the complexity of queer lives in medieval England.