Vesta Tilley is a complicated figure in respect of queerness as Museums Sheffield has uncovered.
“The Art of War” featured a succession of posters featuring depictions of men in suggestive, even erotic, poses.
Even as Carl Corley wrestled with classifications, he created a rare visibility for rural queer people.
How does the public display of erotic artefacts from the past help modern visitors to reflect on their own attitudes to sex and sexuality?
What do safer sex campaigns and their histories tell us about how erotic masculinities are crafted amid crisis?
St. Louis’s queer geography complicates patterns of racial polarization.
Public history takes on queer erasure and gentrification in Roanoke, Virginia.