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Here is a select list of websites related to the history of sexuality in Canada.

 

Archives and History Projects

The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives
http://www.clga.ca/

Les Archives gaies du Québec
http://agq.qc.ca/

AIDS Activist History Project
http://aidsactivisthistory.ca

ALOT: Archives of Lesbian Oral Tesitmony
http://alotarchives.org/

Manitoba Lesbian and Gay Archives
http://umanitoba.ca/libraries/units/archives/digital/gay_lesbian/

The LGBTT Archival and Oral History Initiative/University of Manitoba
http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/arts/departments/humanities/umih_lgbtt_initiative.html

The Pride Library and Hudler Archives of the University of Western Ontario
http://www.uwo.ca/pridelib/archives.html

 

Bibliographies, Chronologies, and Research Guides

“Victories and Defeats: A Gay and Lesbian Chronology, 1964-1982” (a reproduction of the chronology contained in the anthology, Flaunting It!: A Decade of Gay Journalism from The Body Politic)
http://www.clga.ca/Material/Records/docs/flitchro/fcint.htm

“Celebrating a History of Diversity: Lesbian and Gay Life in Saskatchewan, 1971-2006,” a selected annotated chronology by Neil Richards (2006)
http://library2.usask.ca/srsd/chronology/

“Gay Canada: A Bibliography and Videography, 1984-2008,” revised and expanded edition compiled by Alex Spence (2009)
http://library2.usask.ca/srsd/chronology/

“Saskatchewan Resources for Sexual Diversity”/University of Saskatchewan Library
http://library2.usask.ca/srsd/

“Sexual Diversity Studies Research Guide”/Ryerson University Library and Archives
http://www.ryerson.ca/library/subjects/sexdiv/

 

Sites on Specific Historical Topics

“All Frocked Up: Glimpses of Cross-Dressing in Saskatchewan”
http://scaa.usask.ca/gallery/allfrockedup/

“Passions Uncovered: Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Pulps”
http://library2.usask.ca/srsd/pulps/

“The Drummer’s Revenge: LGBT History and Politics in Canada”
http://thedrummersrevenge.wordpress.com/

“Histoires des nos vies: les gaies et lesbiennes au Québec de 1648 à aujourd’hui”
http://agq.qc.ca/index.php?id=499
[See Martin Gagné’s review of this exhibition in the special issue on “Queer Archives” in Archivaria 68(Fall 2009): 335-38]

“Anatomy of the Body: An Exploration of The Body Politic, 1971-1987”
http://www.uwo.ca/pridelib/bodypolitic/

Perceptions: The First Twenty-Two Years, 1983-2004,” an index to the gay and lesbian newsmagazine of the Prairies, compiled by Alex Spence
http://library2.usask.ca/srsd/perceptions/

“Histoire de la sexualité” and “Histoire de l’homosexualité” are two sites maintained by David Laplante who teaches college in Québec and describes his sites as ”an introduction for young students.”
http://dlaplante.ep.profweb.qc.ca/sex-accueil.htm
http://dlaplante.ep.profweb.qc.ca/Homosexualite/accueil.htm

 

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