It's Not Unusual: A History of Lesbian and Gay Britain in the Twentieth Century

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Michael O'Mara Books, 1997 - Gays - 224 pages
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At the beginning of the century the word homosexuality was rarely used and yet, as the century draws to a close, it is part of our everday vocabulary. The progress of the word form obscurity to common usage parallels the progress gay men and lesbians have made. The book charts that advance from a time when homosexuality was an unspeakable sin to a point where it is just another form of sexual expression.

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It's not unusual: a history of lesbian and gay Britain in the twentieth century

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London-based journalist Jivani presents an anecdotal history of gay and lesbian life in Great Britain from the end of World War I to the present. Like Between the Acts: Lives of Homosexual Men 1885 ... Read full review

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