Sunday, 17 May 2015

Catharina Margaretha Linck & Catharina Margaretha Muhlhahn

Death By Sword
In October 1721, two women were put on trial in Halberstadt, Germany for “serious crimes,” including their marriage. They were accused of sodomy, and while the laws on sodomy were quite clear, what wasn’t clear was whether or not it applied to women.

Frederick Gotthold Enslin & John Anderson

Revolutionary War Soldiers
The idea of LGBT in the military has long been a hot button topic of discussion, protests, and legislation, and it has kind of a strange history in the United States. 

Margaret Clap

In 18th-century London, so-called “molly houses” were the places to go for men to meet other men. 

Saturday, 16 May 2015

Vegan Condoms

Like any other lifestyle, veganism has different extremes. Dietary vegans may not consume any animal product—not just meat, but milk, eggs, and honey among other things. 

Friday, 15 May 2015

Quail-To-Chicken Brain Transplants

With just a little brain surgery, you can create a chicken that behaves like a quail. In concept, it’s easy enough.