Thank you for the fact-check; the names are similar. Also, thank you for the additional supporting documents!You might want to check your sources, your thinking D.H. Lawrence, and T.E Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia.) Neither are the same person.
Alternatively, if you look up the works of St. Thomas Aquinas (the animal guy) He wrote some of the first treatise of psychological observation of sexual perversions in humans as a manual to be used for guidance by the Catholic lay preachers in order to prevent those perversions. The Catholic church buried the documents inside of one of the Vaticans secret libraries, because they want to believe the observations were true.
Also if you look up the work of Alfred Kinsey, his studies of sexuality in the 1940's and 1950's were ground breaking for the time, but not widely shared outside of the psychology community because it confirmed that a) humans are sexual beings b) They will find a myriad of ways to express that sexuality c) perversions like transgenderism, bi-sexuality, homosexuality, and cross dressing were more common than initial thought. (homosexuality and bi-sexuality were considered taboo for that period.)