Judit Takács is a research professor at the Centre for Social Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre of Excellence. Her main research interests cover family practices, childlessness, the social history of homosexuality, homophobia, and genderphobia. Her most recent publications include the co‐edited volume Paradoxical Right‐Wing Sexual Politics in Europe, the book chapter How to Conserve Kertbeny’s Grave? A Case of Post‐Communist Queer Necrophilia, and the articles “Liberating Pathologization? The Historical Background of the 1961 Decriminalization of Homosexuality in Hungary’’ (with T. PTóth) and “Democracy deficit and homophobic divergence in 21st century Europe” (with I. Szalma).