Although domestic backlash against transnational rights norms would seem to preclude strong LGBT activism in Eastern Europe, Conor O’Dwyer argues that this backlash has been a primary catalyst for organizational development in the region’s most robust LGBT movements.
Public City/Public Sex explores how women who sold sex and men who sought sex with other men shaped the emergence of modern Paris.
Sisterhood and Unity explores the history and politics of lesbian activism in the (post-)Yugoslav space.
This book takes us through the lives of five unique historical figures who developed a sense of self that reconciled their sexual nonconformity with their ethical standards.
The book is the first critical study of heterosexual and same-sex activities involving Axis prisoners of war in the United States during World War II.
Joke Swiebel looked back on the last fifty years since the January 1969 Dutch demonstration that started the modern-day gay rights movement.
Queer experiences of the Holocaust have been marginalised, ignored and denied.