LGBTQ+ people utilizing fertility technologies may face discrimination, prejudice, and the need to balance a trajectory of gender affirming medical care with prenatal care.
There is a rich, but often overlooked, history of affinity and solidarity between trans and non-trans lesbians.
Long before people identified as transgender or lesbian, there were female husbands and the women who loved them.
Why is medieval hagiography an important source for trans and genderqueer history?
Transtopia in the Sinophone Pacific proposes a new paradigm for doing transgender history in which geopolitics assumes central importance.
The Shape of Sex reveals how and why efforts to define “the human” so often hinged on ideas about nonbinary sex.
As historians know, the archive is ruthless in preserving categories over time.