Fears of changing sexual mores shaped HOW’s women’s worldview and mobilized their politics.
As historians, how does the past speak to us, and when it does, how do we listen?
Perhaps sometimes a ‘gay bulge’ is just a gae bolga.
Evangelicals actively connected their appetite for culinary and sexual variety to desires for marital intimacy and stability.
Archives, exhibitions and historical sites operate as spaces through which ideas about LGBTQ identity can be renegotiated.
In the end, silences in the historical record may tell us as much about poor journalistic research as they tell us about antigay bias.
Trans history and non-binary perspectives to the study of pre-Civil War America.