The Shapes of Fancy stages an impassioned defense of the inherently desirous nature of reading.
Historians of sexuality risk overlooking the significance of indemnity clauses in their contracts.
Aderinto argues that the British perceived prostitution as evidence of African “primitiveness.”
Mavis’ family photo album opened a door on a life of interracial intimacy.
Discussions of “deviant” sexuality were visible and vibrant within artistic and literary communities.
Collier’s made one of the earliest print references to the sexuality of FBI director J. Edgar Hoover.
How do we discern a queer life from incomplete personal effects whose existence and content are often mediated by other family members?