Image caption: Screenshot taken of the prototype “Feminist Search Tools”, a digital interface focusing on the records of the IHLIA LGBTI Heritage Collection. The prototype provides insights into the number of records of IHLIA LGBTI Heritage Collection by a particular publisher in relation to the Homosaurus terms found in the title of a publication in the form of a graph; the y-axis lists the most encountered publishers in the IHLIA collection and the x-axis Homosaurus terms of the Dutch Homosaurus.

The “Feminist Search Tools working group” compiled these Homosaurus terms into 5 clusters that are listed in a box on the top left of the prototype and that reads: Race, Gender, Sexuality, Disability & Structural Oppression, whereby “Gender” is marked bold as it's selected as filter in this screenshot. The dashed box that can be found next to the records depicted in form of small coloured squares, is a pop-up that shows when hovering over the records and shows which terms are included when searching for a particular Homosaurus terms and which terms and not included in the search but are considered to be related to the term in question.

The prototype aims to address the in- and exclusions present within the IHLIA LGBTI Heritage Collection, placing the following question at the center top of the prototype: "Why are the authors of the books I read so white, so male, so Eurocentric?"

On the top right of the screenshot, one can find the key of the prototype, listing the different features of “Feminist Search Tools”. The key for instance contains colour coding that shows which cluster the Homosaurus terms belong to that are found in the title of records: pink for the cluster race, purple for the cluster gender, red for the cluster sexuality, blue for the cluster disability and orange for the cluster structural oppression. Additionally, the key lists interventions either made by IHLIA in the Homosaurus, such as suggesting to use an alternative term for a term in question or interventions made by the “Feminist Search Tools working group” for instance in form of suggestions of terms that should either be excluded or included when searching for a particular Homosaurus term.