Dworkin, as it happens, lived with a man, whom in she married. Not Jeffreys. Six years later, she went further and wrote, with others, a pamphlet entitled Love Your Enemy?
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At least that is what two young women who drew on their own England boarding school days have envisioned in their big-screen drama Tanner Hall. Boarding school does involve raging hormones, lesbian experiences, family fights, affairs with married men, putting male teachers in compromising positions, and just all around breaking lots of rules. The Los Angeles Times :.
Before the publication of her novel The Well of Loneliness inthe writer Radclyffe Hall, a lesbian from an upper-class family in Bournemouth, warned her editor that the book would require a mammoth commitment from its publisher. Hall's novel chronicles the life of Stephen Gordon, an English woman from an upper-class family, whose "sexual inversion" as the likes of sexologist Havelock Ellis described homosexuality at that time is apparent from an early age. It thus became the first novel ever to openly address lesbianism.
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English Literary Sexology pp Cite as. Partly as a legacy of the new possibilities opened to women during the First World War, Britain in the s experienced what appeared to be a moment of increased sex and gender tolerance. The extensive range of works about women and modernism including recent studies of lesbianism by Laura Doan, Terry Castle, Erin Carlston and Joanne Winning, has shown the importance of explorations of sexuality, especially, female same-sex desire, for writers such as Katherine Mansfield, May Sinclair, Natalie Barney, Djuna Barnes, Gertrude Stein and Virginia Woolf.