School reading lists have always faced the paradox of censorship: education demands that students read the most groundbreaking literature of history—but if that groundbreaking literature is too controversial, it might never make it to the classroom. T
Radclyffe Hall was a lesbian writer in the late 1800s and early turn of the century, a seemingly unlucky combination of two not equally impo
Given the scarcity of satisfactory LGBTQ representation, one might be inclined to think that LGBTQ people haven’t existed for the bulk of human history. Nothing could be further from the truth. Queer folks have been around since the dawn of time, and we aren’t going anywhere.