Patristic Writers, also known as the Church Fathers, appropriated currents of hostility to homoeroticism in pagan thought and used them to strengthen the prohibitions of Leviticus and Paul, while also expressing their own hostile interpretations.
Sexism, which may operate at societal, institutional, or individual levels, is the mechanism that ensures that women occupy subordinate roles compared with men and that women-identified values are disparaged.
The concept of sexual citizenship draws attention to the political aspects of erotics and the sexual component of politics.
The life of German-British medical practitioner, psychologist, and writer Charlotte Wolff spanned nearly a century of almost unimaginable changes in the status of both women and glbtq people.
Women's studies, an interdisciplinary academic field that was inaugurated at major universities around 1970, is now offered at every conceivable type of academic institution throughout the world.