Lauren Gutterman Through interviews, diaries, memoirs, and letters, Her Neighbor’s Wife traces the stories of hundreds of women who struggled to balance marriage and same-sex desire in the postwar United States. In doing so, Lauren Jae Gutterman draws our attention away from the postwar landscape of urban gay bars and into the […]
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On the everyday rhetorical ingenuity of queer romantic letter-writing practices in the nineteenth-century United States.
Rethinking Rufus argues that enslaved black men were sexually violated by both white men and white women.
I love reading and writing stories but, until my memoir, most have been about other people.
Generational change in the imagination of sexuality caused an unprecedented shift in public opinion about same-sex marriage in the U.S.
The book is the first critical study of heterosexual and same-sex activities involving Axis prisoners of war in the United States during World War II.
How did a single gay man become blamed for causing the North American AIDS epidemic?