What can we learn from historic stories of gender non-conformity?
The Borders of AIDS: Race, Quarantine, and Resistance
The Borders of AIDS tells a story about how powerful people used AIDS as an opportunity to enact bans and quarantines and how ordinary people resisted.
Trans and Genderqueer Subjects in Medieval Hagiography
Why is medieval hagiography an important source for trans and genderqueer history?
United Queerdom: From the Legends of the Gay Liberation Front to the Queers of Tomorrow
United Queerdom is a toolkit of case studies, strategies, philosophies, methodologies and tactics for LGBTQIA+ liberation in the spirit of the original aims of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF).
The Correspondence of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, 1846-1894
The first critical edition of the complete correspondence of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, a founding figure in the history of sexuality.
Campaigning for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ireland, 1981-1993
For GLEN, Ireland’s Gay and Lesbian Equality Network, it was all about making equality a reality in people’s everyday lives.
Working Out: Reflections of gay trade union activism in the 1970s UK
Coming out at work was challenging enough but it was often overlooked in the early gay liberation movement.