The symposium demonstrated the continued vitality of research into gender, sex and sexuality in modern British history
Beardedness in nineteenth-century Britain had definite implications for manliness and sexuality.
CHE was not the only organisation to be engaging with the question of being gay – or openly gay – in the workplace.
Scotland was not included in the 1967 Sexual Offences Act.
Lesbians and gay men could begin to participate in union activities to make the workplace habitable for everyone.
Robert Baden-Powell, Cecil Rhodes and Lawrence of Arabia have three things in common.
Lots of working-class men having sex with each other in fields, behind pubs, at each others houses and, perhaps most significantly, at work.