Fops, Fribbles, and Female Husbands: Gender Diversity in Early Anglo-America

In support of Pride Month, London Town is sharing another lecture from our series last February on LGBTQ+ history in the Chesapeake.


In "Fops, Fribbles, and Female Husbands: Gender Diversity in Early Anglo-America," Caitlin Heartweave speaks on the diversity of gender roles in early America, focusing on individuals who could and did ‘break the rules,’ defining and expressing themselves in gender-non-conforming ways.


This lecture was filmed on February 15, 2020 as part of our Winter Lecture Series: LGBTQ+ History in Maryland.

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