Writer Solita Solano and Djuna Barnes in Paris, 1920s.
Unlike earlier lesbian and gay movements whose politics depended on visible identities, queer theory grew out of a critique of this – and perhaps that's where Djuna Barnes sits.
BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival
The need for lesbian love stories that aren’t doomed is just as great now as it has ever been.
Carol and Therese in the store at Christmas time.
Carol doesn't fall into any of the stereotypes we've come to expect from portrayals of lesbians on screen. Watch it.
Brooke Hemphill’s book Lesbian for a Year has stirred new conversations about what it means to be a lesbian today.
I recently found myself at a bookshop at Sydney’s domestic airport with less than ten minutes until my plane boarded. Scanning around frantically for something to read, my eyes were immediately drawn to…
It’s worth considering how seemingly open language can be exclusionary.
At first blush, the increased visibility of sexual minorities in popular culture would appear to reflect a growing openness and acceptance of non-heterosexual forms of sexuality. Since the late 1990s…