Her Neighbor’s Wife traces the stories of hundreds of women who struggled to balance marriage and same-sex desire in the postwar United States.
‘Cao Cao loved him’: Same-sex love at the end of the Han dynasty
Same-sex intimacy was commonplace throughout the Han dynasty, including the turbulent Three Kingdoms era.
The Glamour Boys: The Secret Story of the Rebels who Fought for Britain to Defeat Hitler
NOTCHES sits down with Chris Bryant as he discusses his new book The Glamour Boys with Richard Grayson.
The Queer Case of Catherine/Giovanni Vizzani
What does the case of Catherine/Giovanni Vizzani reveal about gender identity and sexual desire in the Eighteenth Century?
Raúl Luis Suarez’s Smile and The Ruthless Archive
As historians know, the archive is ruthless in preserving categories over time.
Queer as Cop: Gay Patrol Units and the White Fantasy of Safety
In 1970s United States gay patrol units rallied around their whiteness to produce a sense of safety.
Lady Chatterley’s Lover: A Queer Case
The Chatterley trial hinged on the disavowing or defending of ‘deviant’ sexual acts within the novel, making it a distinctly queer case.