Anna J. Clutterbuck-Cook In early 1972, the final two issues of motive magazine (1941-1972) appeared in print. The “lesbian/feminist” issue and “Gay Men’s Liberation and last issue” of motive were prepared by two editorial collectives under the umbrella of MOTIVE, Inc. Many of the collective members were veterans of the […]
Tag: Religion and sexuality
Under the scrutiny of the British legal system, no work was safe from being deemed obscene.
The Commission had the potential to challenge the very nature of Catholic epistemology.
Michelle Lynn Kahn “Are you safe?” Emails from loved ones flooded my inbox the first days of 2016. All assumed the worst-case scenario: that I was among the victims of the coordinated sexual assaults on New Year’s Eve at the Central Train Station in Cologne, Germany, where I am writing […]
Gillian Frank Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in the United States. To reflect upon Dr. King’s life, legacy and influence, NOTCHES offers some primary sources with which to begin thinking about King’s place in the history of sexuality. Even as historians are increasingly reckoning with King’s complicated private life, King’s views on […]
Francis obscured both the colonial Christian and queer sexual contexts of the executions.
The monk could no longer be considered a virgin, since he has been ‘polluted…through masturbation’.