From the website: "When the Internet became part of everyday life in the 21st century, Katz understood that the work of documenting, archiving, and presenting new discoveries and chronologies, begun in 1976 should continue on a freely accessible public history website.
Katz's long history as a community-based scholar and history activist led him to imagine this site as a place of active community participation in the process of discovering and writing LGBTQ histories.
Reflecting the importance of history from below to the civil rights and liberation movements of the 1960s, Katz welcomed the participation of amateur and professional historians; independent researchers working on their own and those based in colleges and universities. The result is the site you are exploring now, where all of us have a forum to learn, contribute, publish, and share our research with others."
Has book reviews on gender and sexuality books as well as collections and showcases of historians work.