Reviewing the long historical record of matters concerning same-sex erotic attraction in the West that’s come to light in the years since Stonewall, there are two important overarching

The problem is this: We post-Stonewall gays are collectively as if an entirely new species, being fully open and “here” for the first time in the history of the species. Yet we have

With the floodgates open at last in the wake of the June 1969 Stonewall riots, tons of material began being compiled and disseminated on all things homosexual for as far as history would go. It was

As pioneering gay activist Edward Carpenter wrote in 1908, Karl Heinrich Ulrichs posited a notion of gay identity apart from sexual orientation, per se, and remains to this day one of the very few

In fairness, it can be argued that the great American illustrator Norman Rockwell’s cover art for the April 3, 1933 edition of the Saturday Evening Post, entitled

March 2011 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Tennessee Williams, a blazing star in the galaxy of great gay contributors to the progress of human civilization as America’s greatest