These volumes can be reviewed together for two major reasons. Both present a cogent and challenging range of arguments on the subject of sexualities and both have, as a focus, an exploration of the relationships between sexualities, space and place. Browne et al. do this by presenting a collection of essays, sweeping in scope, on contemporary debates in geographies of sexualities. Taylor uses empirical data drawn from interviews with working-class lesbians to investigate the intersections of sexuality, gender and class.