Legendary LGBTQ+ Women in the 19th and 20th Centuries: A Collection of the Stories of Queer Women in History, Their Heroism, and How They Lived

Representation matters says my gay friend M. In a world where the majority is hetero he likes to read books with homosexual leading men. So that made me pick up this book to write a review on.

First of all it felt like making a selection on Wikipedia. What I did miss were pictures. In general very USA centred. I missed people like Chopin's girlfriend who always dressed like a man. And Berlin in Germany had a varied gay scene. In some cases I wondered. Like Florence Nightingale who lived in days women wrote each other very flowery letters and marriage ended independence 21st century people might draw the wrong conclusion.






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