Contemporary pornography has become a massive archive of sexual scripts. To some extent pornography has replaced sexology, psychoanalysis and sex manuals as a form of knowledge about sexuality.
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.
Weston’s book is a history of 20th century medical explanations for sexual crime and medico-legal attempts at rehabilitation and cure.
Archival recordings of sexual counselling sessions illuminate how sexual problems might be understood by both practitioners and patients.
What can a conflict over dancing at Queen’s University tell us about sexual mores in early-twentieth-century Ontario?
Surrounded by death, Civil War soldiers found pleasure and fraternity in sharing erotic pictures and prints.
Revisiting an earlier generation of reformers exposes that marriage was not a magical cure-all.