Revisiting an earlier generation of reformers exposes that marriage was not a magical cure-all.
‘The Stimulus of the Flesh’ and Margaret Singleton’s Broken Vow
While many vowesses broke their chastity vows, Margaret Singleton’s case was different and remains an unsolved mystery.
Phyllis Schlafly and the Making of Grassroots Conservative Sexual Politics
Phyllis Schlafly stood at the epicenter of conservative sexual politics.
More Than Loving: Race, Sexuality & Public Memory in the Movement for Marriage Equality
Discussion of Obergefell compared activism for marriage equality with efforts to secure equal rights.
The Curious Connections between Marriage Equality and HIV/AIDS
HIV/AIDS and the marriage equality have been the two events that have most affected LGBT lives.
Archives of Desire: Analog Sexting
My grandparents helped pave the way for virtual trysts.
“Sodomy is not Adultery”: The Clinton Sex Scandal as Queer History
Men and women could engage in a range of sex acts, which the courts recognized as sodomy, and still maintain that they had not technically cheated.