The black rotary telephone sits at the heart of my queer memories and opens lines into the queer past.
Back to Back in the Gay Village
That we can’t tie a particular case or individual to these particular back to backs shouldn’t lead us to conclude that these houses or the people who lived there stood apart from surrounding queer dynamics.
Bars and Bedrooms: Public and Private Queer Spaces in Postwar Berlin
Working from the personal papers of two queer women, Rottman sketches two different efforts to make a queer home, paying particular attention to the intersections of gender and class inscribed in their archival materials.
“The Prairies–Coming Out Strong”: Western Canadian Queer Communities, 1969-1985
Prairie activists and actors were interested in creating spaces for socializing, politicizing and organizing other queer people, both in the cities and the small towns/rural areas.