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Gay Liberation Behind the Iron Curtain
Gay Liberation Behind the Iron Curtain from Boston Review. A gay golden age in East Germany reveals that Soviet politics were more dynamic than we admit—and that gay rights has less to do with democracy than we tend to assume.
April 19, 2019
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Genderqueer/trans Actor Plays Blanche DuBois
An immersive new staging, featuring the first Genderqueer actor in the iconic role of Blanche DuBois - A Streetcar Named Desire - May 7 – 25 at MISTER ROGERS in Brooklyn - The Coven & Precariat Productions, in association with Wolfpack Theatrics, present a history-making new production of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire, featuring a genderqueer/trans actor in the iconic role of Bl...
April 15, 2019
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   #GayTheatre
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The LGBT Equality Act Began Life in 1974. It's Still Waiting to Be Passed.
If passed, the Equality Act would amend the Civil Rights Act to add protections for LGBTQ people in public spaces, employment, housing, and education. But it's not a new idea.
April 13, 2019
   #GaySpa
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Stonewall at 50: stories from a gay rights revolution
In June 1969, in the violent wake of a police raid on a New York bar, Stonewall was born – a defining moment remembered here by those who protested
April 07, 2019
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‘Stonewall’ Wasn’t New York City’s Only Queer Uprising: Remembering the Haven Riot
The Stonewall Riots were not in isolation. As their 50th anniversary approaches, we should remember New York City's other cops vs. queers clashes of the era, like the Haven riot.
April 07, 2019
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   #LGBTHistory
No longer dismissed: Marsha P. Johnson and the Stonewall riots
Marsha P. Johnson was not well known during her life. But in death, her legacy is stamped indelibly onto the rainbow pride flag.
March 28, 2019
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   #GayPride
   #LGBTHistory
'Queer Miami' exhibit looks at South Florida's LGBTQ community over the past 100 years
Tied to the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion, the exhibit looks back at 100 years of crimes and discrimination against Miami’s LGBTQ communities and how they made their voices heard through community development, the gay rights movement and same-sex marriage.
March 20, 2019
   #GayMiami
   #LGBTHistory
How did Dallas’ Oak Lawn community get its start? Curious Texas investigates
...the LGBTQ community migrated to the Cedar Springs area after their downtown Dallas clubs and bars continued to be raided by Dallas police. Gay bars emerged in the area at what is known as The Crossroads -- the intersection at Throckmorton Street and Cedar Springs Road.
March 14, 2019
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Punk and All the Sex and Love and Gender Bending We Forgot About
A brilliant new show at New York’s Museum of Sex reveals a creative, rebellious culture that rewrote the rules about a lot more than just music.
March 03, 2019
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   #LGBTHistory
The Wild Life of the Photographer Who Survived WWII and Tattooed His Whole Body
Albrecht Becker's artistic life began with a failed experiment on his penis.
February 22, 2019
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   #GayArtist
   #LGBTHistory
'Japan Story': History enlivened at every turn with flashes of wit
Christopher Harding's comprehensive "Japan Story" is an ultra-progressive account of modern Japanese history, ushering the often-ignored maverick women, socialist thinkers and doubters of the state version of modernity to the front.
February 17, 2019
   #GayJapan
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Queerly departed: Meet the cemetery tour guides retelling forgotten LGBTQ stories from 100 years ago
Sacha and Sheldon are hosting one of the world's first LGBT graveyard tour at Brompton Cemetery.
February 16, 2019
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   #LGBTHistory
'There’s no guarantee for tomorrow': Gay Shrewsbury couple explain why LGBT History month is so vital
On July 1, 1972 Geoff Hardy marched through the streets of London.
January 30, 2019
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   #LGBTHistory
Two generations of drag: How LGBT history went from Dame Gracy to Donna Trump
From being arrested for walking the streets, to standing proudly before the world's press outside the Westminster Abbey
November 17, 2018
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   #DragQueen
   #LGBTHistory
LGBTQ History Month: Transgender and gender-nonconforming pioneers
From Sylvia Rivera to Miss Major, meet some of the the country's pioneering trans and gender-nonconforming activists.
October 29, 2018
  
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   #Transgender
Midnight for New York’s 1960s Gay Community?
A review of "Midnight at the Never Get," a play with a lot of history.
October 12, 2018
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   #GayTheatre
   #LGBTHistory
Lorraine Hansberry: Radiant, Radical — And More Than 'Raisin'
A new biography of the African-American playwright shows that she was so much more than her most famous work: A Raisin in the Sun.
September 22, 2018
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Queercore: behind a documentary reliving the gay punk movement
As the origins of the radical subculture are explored in a new film director Yony Leyser and key figure Bruce LaBruce discuss its relevancy today
September 20, 2018
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   #GayFilm
   #LGBTHistory
Exploring Sonoma’s LGBT history
Monthly meeting of senior group looks back in time.
September 18, 2018
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How LGBTQ Musicians Broke Barriers To The Mainstream
LGBTQ musicians haven’t always benefitted from today’s attitudes towards sexuality, but many pioneers fought for LGBTQ rights in the mainstream.
September 15, 2018
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   #GayMusic
   #LGBTHistory
The hidden gay history of paper dolls.
Infinitely adaptable and easy to conceal, these toys were surprisingly appealing to gay men in the 1950s.
August 27, 2018
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A 1968 police raid on Fire Island led to one lawyer making LGBT history
After 27 men were arrested in 1968 at The Pines, the Mattachine Society picked cigar-chomping Benny Vuturo to represent them. He told them to plead not guilty.
August 26, 2018
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Project uncovering South’s hidden LGBTQ history
A new project is documenting the history of LGBTQ people in the Deep South, a region that once all but forced gays, lesbians and others to live in hiding.
August 20, 2018
  
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Last gay bar in the Tenderloin never a drag
“Cowboy Bob!” they shout. A silhouetted figure, slightly hunched and topped with something akin to a park ranger’s hat, enters out of the bright daylight into the small, cramped space that sits at the eastern edge of The Tenderloin on Turk Street. A regular has arrived at Aunt Charlie’s Lounge, bearing a boxed dinner from Popson’s from around the corner on Market Street, a gift for Gabriel, the me...
August 17, 2018
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   #GayBars
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