Historical

  • Any Other Way: How Toronto Got Queer

    Any Other Way is an eclectic and richly illustrated local history that reveals how these individuals and community networks have transformed Toronto from a place of churches and conservative mores into a city that has consistently led the way in queer activism
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  • Queering Urban Justice

    Queering Urban Justice foregrounds visions of urban justice that are critical of racial and colonial capitalism, and asks: What would it mean to map space in ways that address very real histories of displacement and erasure?

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  • Making a Scene

    Starting in the mid-1960s, Canadian lesbians started leaving their closets en masse to find each other and build community.

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  • Are We 'Persons' Yet?

    Kathleen A. Lahey

    In 1929, the Privy Council of Canada declared that women were "persons" under the British North America Act. Seventy years later, a similar move is afoot to establish 'constitutional personhood' for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, and transgendered people. In Are We "Persons" Yet?, Kathleen A.

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