Some nineteenth-century women writers argued that the first Christians included women who were close to Paul—and maybe apostles themselves.
American popular culture inhibits a close relationship between African-Americans and the African continent.
The Baul and Fakir lineages understand the cosmos through pairs of opposite essences, including male and female.
But it didn't work. The rumor, spread by the underground press in 1967, probably led to many disappointed hippies.
June is LGBTQ Pride Month, so JSTOR Daily gathered some of our favorite stories to celebrate. All with free and accessible scholarly research.