There is a rich, but often overlooked, history of affinity and solidarity between trans and non-trans lesbians.
The lives, letters, and “romantic friendship” shared between two women during the nineteenth century.
German-speaking feminists created new knowledge in sexology that challenged sexist biases and expanded possibilities for gendered and sexual expression.
A socio-legal history of lesbianism and the criminal law from the eighteenth century to the present.
Tabernacles of Clay sets Mormonism in the broader history of sexuality in modernity by documenting and theorizing the intersections of race, gender, sexuality, religion, and social change.
Sex workers living under these regimes have to keep selling sex in a climate made significantly more hostile by further criminalization.
Sisterhood and Unity explores the history and politics of lesbian activism in the (post-)Yugoslav space.