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Queer History: April

For my fellow Texans, April hasn’t given us many “showers” the last few years, but we can still approach May with a bouquet of a thousand queer flowers blooming. Rain or shine, no month passes without us making history!

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Queer History: March

Doing something a little different this time with queer history this month by reaching not only into the distant past, but also taking a look into the future. And I want to use this space at least the once to raise questions about how we think about our own history, …

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Queer History: February

Special greetings to any queer siblings across The Pond, as February is the UK’s month of choice for celebrating our shared history! And while that’s wonderful, I think we ought pay closer attention to the fact that it is also Black History Month in the United States, and make a …

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Queer History: October

Been far, far too long since we had an update. Mea culpa, everyone. But how could we ever let actual LGBT History Month in the US pass without getting back on track? This of course means there’s a much greater variety of sources to get in touch with our roots and …

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Queer History: May Part 2

More adventures in the way back machine, readers, with a few gems from queer history. This post appears on the very day, back in 1897, that Oscar Wilde was released from prison, a few short years before his death in exile in France. The years of hard labor for “gross …

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