A Short History of Queer Women

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  • Ever thought there doesn't seem to be many queer women recorded in the history of the world?

    Well writer Kirsty Loehr has the same thoughts and has tackled the omission head on with this funny and informative retake on the relevance of queer women in history and why they tend not to feature in the writings of (mostly) male and (quite definitely) white historians. Starting with addressing the ridiculous notion the Sappho was not a lesbian to assessing if improvements have been made in our current history, this is a accessible and enjoyable read right from the get go. Wry, funny and and angry, this is a short history which will have you thinking about it for a long time.

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