Camp can be an attitude, a style or a behaviour and it consists of several components – exaggeration, artificiality or theatricality, breaking social norms and silliness which results in humour.
When Li Shiu Tong died in 1993, his unpublished manuscript about sexuality was almost thrown away. Yet it contains views on bisexuality and gender fluidity that would resonate with young people today.
From the “goo goo” boys mocked for their love of theatre to cross-dressing troops and “trouser women”, Australia has a rich queer history.
Delaware’s Sarah McBride made history on Tuesday when she won a state Senate seat, becoming the US’s highest-ranking transgender politician. A record 1,006 LGBTQ candidates ran for office this year.
Matthew Tomlinson deplored the execution of a naval surgeon for sodomy, writing that the death penalty was cruel and unfair.
New York in the early 1980s was a time of literary salons, concentrated ambition and a flowering of gay cultural power.
Fifty years after the Stonewall riots, what is their political legacy for LGBTQ activism?
Sydney’s LGBTQI heartland has moved and changed over time, but the importance of urban space to queer communities remains a constant.
The story of the trial of Peter Wildeblood.
Gay pride has many exuberant advocates. It also has critics in unexpected places.