• 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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  • Uncover: The Village

    Justin Ling

    For years, Toronto's Gay Village worried a serial killer was in their midst. Men were disappearing from the neighbourhood but police insisted there was no evidence of foul play. Then, in January 2018, police arrested Bruce McArthur for the murders of eight men.

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