Queer Clicks: February 06 | British Library’s Collection of Obscene Writing Goes Online, Black History Month Includes Black Queer History, Too, & Other News

British Library’s Collection of Obscene Writing Goes Online

“The sniggeringly pseudonymous Roger Pheuquewell’s contribution to a series of 18th-century erotic novels imagining the female body as land needing to be “ploughed” is among a collection of books from the British Library’s “Private Case” – a collection of obscene titles kept locked away for more than a century that are finally being shared with a wider audience.” The Guardian

‘Hairspray,’ ‘Tickled’ and Everything Streaming on HBO, Amazon, Hulu and Netflix in February

“Tickled (2016), available Feb. 27 on Hulu

One of the most bonkers documentaries you’ll ever see, what begins as an exploration of the competitive tickling world unravels into something much more sinister.” Towleroad

Black History Month Includes Black Queer History, Too

“When I think of the notable Black History Month figures I was taught about in grade school very few openly queer people come to mind. Sure, folks like James Baldwin, Langston Hughes, Josephine Baker, and Bessie Smith were sometimes mentioned, but their LGBTQ+ identities usually weren’t.” Out

Garcon Model’s Brief Moment With Antoni Bialy

“Check out the stunning Antoni Bialy in nothing but his white briefs shot by photographer Karim Konrad for Garcon Model.” DNA Magazine

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