An interview with documentary filmmaker Tracy Heather Strain
OutHistory presents a timeline chronicling the history of LGBTQ people in Asian American communities, noting the ways that intersectional forces have shaped queer Asian existence in the US. This timeline is very much a work-in-progress, so OutHistory…
Containing unique items from the personal collection of Rich Wilson, this exhibit focuses on 19th-century queer experience in the United States.
A collection of biographies to celebrate Black History Month
LGBTQ life at Penn State.
A historical account of the campaign for a transgender rights law in New York City that occured between 2000 and 2002. This exhibit was created by Pauline Park, co-chair and co-founder of the New York Association for Gender Rights Advocacy (NYAGRA).
A collection of biographies written by the students in Dr. Catherine Jacquet's trans*, gender non-conforming, and intersex history class
During Black History Month 2016 OutHistory.org is proud to present the fascinating original research discoveries of journalist Channing Joseph about parties organized by cross-dressed African American men in Washington, D.C., in the 1880s and 1890s.
A series of articles by John D'Emilio written for the Windy City Times about Chicago's gay history and his own career as an historian of sexuality.
Esther Eng made a name for herself as the world's first female Chinese-American filmmaker, a successful restaurateur, and—rejecting social expectations—a woman who felt little need to hide her romantic and sexual relationships with other…