I recently picked up Michael S. Sherry’s study Gay Artists in Modern American Culture: An Imaginary Conspiracy, and was intrigued by a passing comment that one of the charges that inspired Canadian-born dancer Maud Allan to file a libel suit in 1918 against a British MP was his charge that she spoke “a foreign ‘language generally used by homosexualists'” (9). 1,009 more words
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I am someplace between my beginning and end, somewhere between (as someone else said) Pampers and Depends, closer to the latter than I intend.
Still there is still time. 257 more words