Citizen, invert, queer : lesbianism and war in early twentieth-century Britain /
"In late nineteenth-century England, "mannish" women were considered socially deviant but not homosexual. A half-century later, such masculinity equaled lesbianism in the public imagination. How did this shift occur? Citizen, Invert, Queer illustrates that the equation of female mascu...
|Published:||Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, |
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