How do postage stamps contribute to a public history of queer lives and sexualities?
Beardedness in nineteenth-century Britain had definite implications for manliness and sexuality.
Male fashion has long been central to the way we define what it means to be a ‘real’ man.
Medieval people scrutinised and judged the sex lives of their rulers.
John/ Eleanor Rykener’s confession reveals the complexity of queer lives in medieval England.
Nineteenth-century medical texts contain recommendations on how to navigate love and marriage.
The new domains will identify websites as LGBTQ even at the basic level of internet structure, an important step forward for queering the internet.