Following World War I queer people fled the metropolis of London for the “provincial” city of Florence in search of a more congenial legal regime and social context.
The North South Divide? Examining Queer Intersections between Newcastle upon Tyne and London
How have physical and mediated movements of LGBTQ subjects between London and the North-East has evolved since the 1980s?
London: a central place in the creation and consolidation of LGBT+ Jewish identity
London was proving to be THE gay Jewish city in the UK with a growing infrastructure to support a growing community.