Cleveland Street is an acknowledged milestone of London’s sexual past.
A hallmark of D’Emilio’s work was that he engaged historical sources “emotionally and intellectually,” “with his head and his heart.”
We have to work creatively with our sources to understand what medieval people were doing with one another.
Robert Baden-Powell, Cecil Rhodes and Lawrence of Arabia have three things in common.
Do (and should) our perceptions of other historians’ sexuality affect how we view their contributions to historiography?