In , on the first anniversary of her marriage, author Sarah Orne Jewett penned a romantic poem to her partner. These women shared kisses, hugs and their lives—but today, few remember these pioneers of same-sex relationships. Though homosexuality was taboo during the 19th century, intense and romantic friendships among women were common. At the time, women were encouraged to exist in a sphere separate from that of men.
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You Must Remember This , the podcast that tells the secret and forgotten history of 20 th -century Hollywood, has joined Panoply. And when each episode airs, creator and host Karina Longworth will share some of the research that went into the episode in a transcript excerpt here on Slate. The legend holds that Haines was a major box office draw who was fired by Louis B.