Men will be men: Public sex from the Tuileries to the Fenway

homoeroticLater this month The History Project’s Out in Public lecture series will host its first event when they discuss the uniquely gay phenomenon  (and somewhat taboo subject) of “cruising”. How did this evolve over time and what can we learn about the men who turned to the public parks of Paris three centuries ago?

This lecture by Stephen Shapiro of Bennington College and Marvin Kabakoff of The History Project will share some of their stories and provide an informative and engaging presentation on the evolution of men’s subterranean sexual activity. Click here to learn more about the Boston-based The History Project.

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Tuileries, Paris, 18th Century

When: Tuesday, March 28th at 6:30PM
Where: Fenway Health – 1340 Boylston Street (10th Floor), Boston

While the event is free and open to the public, seating is limited so reservations are strongly recommended. Reserve your tickets here.

One response to “Men will be men: Public sex from the Tuileries to the Fenway

  1. This looks interesting! I’ll have to check it out if I’m not busy.

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