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LGBT Britain – the BFI’s free queer history time capsule — The Queer Review

If you’re in the UK you can access the British Film Institute’s treasure trove LGBT Britain for free, it’s a rich visual time capsule of the country’s queer past. You’ll discover the “pioneering gender-bending” risqué music hall ditty Miss Norah Blaney, (1932) and the Tennessee Williams-inspired short film Scarborough Ahoy! (1994). There are period lesbian, […]

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