What constituted socially-acceptable premarital sex for young men in the late middle ages?
The sexual history of war lies at the very heart of the history of war itself.
Medieval priests were not supposed to have sex, but medical theory suggested that celibacy could kill them.
Both anti-discrimination and pro-gay activists appeal to features of a pre-colonial past.
Beardedness in nineteenth-century Britain had definite implications for manliness and sexuality.
Male fashion has long been central to the way we define what it means to be a ‘real’ man.
Medieval people scrutinised and judged the sex lives of their rulers.