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gamerfreddie:

makingqueerhistory:

theres-no-going-home:

makingqueerhistory:

every-book-has-a-secret:

geschiedenis-en-talen:

all queer history on here is just US-American or maybe sometimes some UK history as well and it makes me sad that there’s so little information about other countries’ queer history on here 🙁

@makingqueerhistory has some diversity, as of historical queer people, and they’re doing a great job, but there’s a lot of work ahead. 

OP is definitely right, there still is a huge gap in the discussions of queer history, and thank you for recommending us!

This isn’t perfect, and many of these only have one article, but here is our list of countries we have written about. We are hoping to one day have at least one article for every country in the world but as @every-book-has-a-secret there is a lot of work still to do.

Europe

Albania
Austria
Belgium
Czechia
Czech Republic
Denmark
England
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
Scotland
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland

Africa

Algeria
Cameroon
Egypt
Kenya
Morocco
Nigeria
Senegal
Sierra Leone
South Africa
Uganda

North America

Canada
Costa Rica
Crow Nation
Cuba
Grenada
Jamaica
Menominee Nation
Mexico
Puerto Rico
United States of America

South America

Argentina
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Guyana
Peru
Trinidad and Tobago
Uruguay

Asia

Afghanistan
Bangladesh
China
Hong Kong
India
Iran
Israel
Japan
Pakistan
The Philippines
South Korea
Sri Lanka
Syria
Turkey

Oceania

Australia
Māori Nation
New Zealand

Antarctica

Antarctica

!!! This is what I was looking for! thank you!

Of course! Glad we could help!

Hey why is something about Spain tagged in Portugal? Like, it says that it’s the story of two Spanish teachers who call in love? And the headline is “First Same Sex couple in Spain”?

I’m sorry if there’s more to it than I saw, and in judging a book by its cover, but Spain’s first same sex couple has nothing to do with Portuguese queer history.

While these two do come from Spain and I would say the article primarily focuses on Spain, a part of their lives are spent in Portugal. Many articles are tagged under numerous countries, this one included.

Though the part Portugal plays in their story is small, we still think it is a valuable part of Portuguese history to look at.

I can understand how it could have been confusing considering the title though!