When, in 1872, Amy Dillwyn began to describe Olive Talbot as her ‘wife’ in her diaries it was a secret designation. Not because it was necessary to hide a lesbian relationship at this time; there were other female couples who were widely regarded as spouses. The celebrated Welsh sculptor Mary Lloyd and Frances Power Cobbe, […]
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