What can we learn from historic stories of gender non-conformity?
Tag: gender identity
A brief and compelling history of the international lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights movement.
The Shape of Sex reveals how and why efforts to define “the human” so often hinged on ideas about nonbinary sex.
How, when, and why left-leaning Latin American governments responded to the demands of feminist, women’s, and LGBT movements.
One 1771 advertisement sought the recapture of an enslaved person known by two names: Cato and Miss Betty Cooper.
In the mid-1970s, South African parliamentarians legalized sex reassignment surgery based on understandings of transsexualism from Jan Morris’s Conundrum.
How might historians make sense of trans in past tenses?