Introduction to the stories and the people of modern gay history (1700-1973). Timeline illustrating developments in culture, science and law bearing on same-sex love.
Articles about famous gays of the past, linked to on-line gay history bookstore.
Overview of gay love over the centuries. Includes information about the homosexual mythologies and folk tales of ancient cultures, as well as poetry, and erotic art.
Essays on homosexuality in eighteenth-century England; the Nazi era; the gay tombs in Westminster Abbey; Michelangelo; Kings James I and VI; Sir Francis Bacon; Anthony Bacon; lesbian pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read; Johann Joachim Winckelmann; William Beckford; Rev. John Church; and Ludwig van Beethoven.
Extensive resources on lesbian and gay issues with special emphasis on higher education. Includes art, biography, film, government, historical essays, law, literature, music, poetry, psychology, science, sociology, sports, book reviews, related links, and other topics.
An independent, not-for-profit California educational institution which houses the world's largest research library on gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered heritage and concerns.
The works of Michel Foucault, informing gender theory, history of sexuality, and some of the philosophy surrounding the basics tenets of Gay History.
Study by Denis Werner, claiming homosexuality developed as an adaptive trait shared by the higher primates. Different constructions of homoerotic expression are ascribed to cultural differences among human societies.
Article by Rev. Robert J. Buchanan, exploring the historical foundations of homoerotic expression, and its place in society.
A no-nonsense research site, replete with leads, links and reference materials.