Most feminists know of Audre Lorde, but one of her closest friends is often lost between the lines of history: Pat Parker.
The life and legacy of Natalie Clifford Barney, a drama-prone lesbian known for her many lovers, fantastic parties, and literary salons.
No where in the United States is culturally homogenous, and that is especially true for the red areas. Here's some queer memoirs from those areas that prove it.
Thomas discusses why it's important to have LGBTQ+ materials in a library collection, and positive and negative responses he's received as a result.
If you're interested in queer comics, then you should be reading queer history in NO STRAIGHT LINES.