Eddie Izzard has put away his heels and make-up - he's in a bloke mode these days. He talks to Nigel Farndale about men in skirts, dating girls and life as the last Labour luvvie. It was nine years ago, and he was wearing spiky heels, PVC trousers and eye-shadow.
We caught up with Patrick Cant, organiser of Glitterbomb Cambridge, and the inimitable performers. Patrick did his research and found out what the main issues had been, then reached out to the current LGBT committee at Cambridge University to try and make the night work for everyone. The changes worked and members of the committee are now Glitterbomb regulars.
John Rykeneralso known as Eleanor [note 1] fl. Although historians tentatively link Rykener to a prisoner of the same name, the only known facts of his life come from an interrogation made by the mayor of London. Rykener was questioned on two offences: prostitution and sodomy.
Main Ancient Medieval Modern. It is apparently the only legal process document from late medieval England on same-sex intercourse. Since copyright law precludes presentation of such a recently published text, it was necessary for this web text to secure a copy of the manuscript source, transcribe it, and newly translate it. This has presented an interesting opportunity to show how historians acquire documents: here are presented: first, a translation; second, a transcription of the document; third a facsimile of the document itself.
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Statius' unfinished poem on the life of Achilles is defined by its position between priority and belatedness: it isan epic coming very late in a long tradition but dealing with events earlier than those related in the IliadOdysseyAeneidand most of its other predecessors. In like manner, Heslin H. The results are not uniformly successful, and occasionally the smell of the roses along the way seems privileged over the journey itself, but this is an extremely intelligent, provocative and insightful study of a poem which shares its virtues and its vices.
Clare Lawton, of Ditton Walk, Cambridge, and Peter Steel, of Sackville Close, Cambridge, tied up the woman's friend with an electric cord and threatened him with a samurai sword in his flat in Waterbeach. The terrified woman agreed to go to Steel's flat in Sackville Close, Cambridge where the pair raped the woman in August last year. They were found guilty of rape, inflicting grievous bodily harm, burglary and unlawful wounding following a trial at Cambridge Crown Court earlier this year.