How is modern microhistory useful for understanding early twentieth-century sexual modernism in Britain?
Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are an unaffiliated, non-celibate order of queer, activist nuns.
Ancient Romans’ transgressive gender performances were reserved only for fiction and fantasy, spirituality and the state.
Homosexual law reform was supported by influential sections of the Church of England.
Sexual secrets were nothing new in the 1700s, but confessing them to a doctor became surprisingly common.
The language of xenophobia and nationalism has long been staged on women’s bodies.
How have religious practices, identities, beliefs, institutions and politics shaped the history of sexuality?