Cleveland Street is an acknowledged milestone of London’s sexual past.
Religion and sectarianism long shaped the sexualities and lives of LGBT people in Northern Ireland.
The ‘born this way’ argument has also been subjected to substantial criticism.
There was an exquisite cruelty about the way her remarks were directed towards the opposition Labour Party.
Both anti-discrimination and pro-gay activists appeal to features of a pre-colonial past.
Conchita Wurst’s beard queers the predictable image of female pop singer and calls directly to the constructed nature of gender performances.
How do postage stamps contribute to a public history of queer lives and sexualities?