Listen: The history behind Brent Coutt’s book ‘Crossing the Lines’

Crossing the Lines is a new book by Brent Coutts, a researcher, historian, writer, and teacher.

It chronicles the lives of three homosexual men Harold Robinson, Ralph Dyer and Douglas Morison, who during the Second World War entertained the allied troops as female impersonators in the Kiwi and Tui Concert Parties. This was at a time when homosexual sex was illegal, and could lead to court martial and imprisonment.

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