Jana Funke shows us how Rachel Hope Cleves’ Unspeakable: A Life Beyond Sexual Morality offers a framework for understanding the erotics of age in queer and trans relationships.
Tag: lesbian history
On Thursday afternoon, August 12, 1982, Amber Hollibaugh called Dorothy Allison to finalize cat-sitting arrangements for Alice B. Toklas, the cat.
How an Enlightenment philosopher understood the love between his mistress and her sister
Queer experiences of the Holocaust have been marginalised, ignored and denied.
New archival materials that broaden and complicate our understanding of Radclyffe Hall.
Oral histories with Australian lesbians demonstrate a complex mix of intimate practices and behaviours.
The Divorce Act of 1968 led Canadian judges to create a legal category to describe sex between women.