Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Curious Case Of Queen Victoria And The Lesbians

Today, I’m going to answer a question that I’ve been asked a surprising number of times: did Victoria prevent the criminalization of lesbianism because she didn’t believe that lesbians existed? According to the myth, the Criminal Law Amendment Act 1885 … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn And The Privy Council

During the Labour leadership race, there was some speculation that Jeremy Corbyn, a staunch republican, might refuse to become a Privy Counsellor if he won the election. But lo and behold, Corbyn decided to become right honourable after all. This really shouldn’t surprise … Continue reading

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