Concepts of the rural shaped the imagined and actual formation of women’s lands in particular ways in the 1970s and early 1980s
Oxford’s male-only swimming hole enshrined a tradition of homosocial nude bathing and sunbathing that would continue until the place’s unceremonious demolition in 1992.
An intriguing number of interpretive efforts are now taking place in local history museums and smaller, locally significant historic sites
London was proving to be THE gay Jewish city in the UK with a growing infrastructure to support a growing community.
How did Cardiff transform from a seemingly ‘homophobic’ to a ‘gay friendly’ city?
Rye developed as a focus for queer lives and culture in the interwar period.
Founded in 1977 and one of the UK’s oldest gay groups, GAGS was Surrey’s longest established LGBT community group until its demise in 2016.
Paul Furness made the 302.0 badge using a Dymo Label Maker during the 1970s whilst working in the medical records office at Leeds General Infirmary.
Where on earth would a cake become the centre of a legal and religious battle over LGBTQ rights? In Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Continuum showcases the diversity of trans voices in 21st century Britain and features 14 artists from a variety of backgrounds, working across a range of artistic media.