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As Charleston area gay bars vanish, historian seeks help documenting their heyday
College of Charleston professor Harlan Greene is working with other researchers to document LGBTQ history in Charleston. 
March 18, 2020
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LGBT tours of National Museum Wales in Cardiff aim to reveal secrets
The gallery will be telling the once taboo tales behind its great works.
March 15, 2020
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This Interactive Map Visualizes the Queer Geography of 20th-Century America
Mapping the Gay Guides visualizes local queer spaces' evolution between 1965 and 1980
March 10, 2020
   #GaySpa
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Living Openly: Uncovering queer indigenous history
As an eighth grader, Jack Raslich’s first developed a liking for history when they got into an argument with a history teacher over the cause of the civil war.
March 04, 2020
   #GayOhio
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‘Making Gay History: Before Stonewall,’ play based on award-winning podcast, opening in New York
Voices of early LGBTQ civil rights history are about to take center stage in Greenwich Village, just blocks from where the Stonewall Riots took place more than 50 year ago. “Making Gay History: Before Stonewall” -- a new play adapted from Eric Marcus’ “Making Gay History” books and podcast -- opens Friday at New York University’s Provincetown Playhouse for an eight-performance run.
February 28, 2020
   #GayNYC
   #GayTheatre
   #LGBTHistory
Arnos Vale cemetery LGBT stories revealed for first time
The "Drop Dead Gorgeous" project will explore the lives of LGBT people buried in a Bristol cemetery.
February 21, 2020
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   #LGBTHistory
Hidden LGBTQ histories of London's royal palaces to come out in new guided tours
Immersive performances will begin this month at Tower of London, with more planned at Hampton Court Palace and Kensington Palace
February 14, 2020
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   #LGBTHistory
The 200-year-old diary that's rewriting gay history
A Yorkshire farmer's journal from 1810 reveals surprisingly modern views on being gay.
February 10, 2020
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   #LGBTHistory
LGBT+ History Month 2020: When is it, what’s the history of it and what events are taking place in London?
LGBT+ History Month has returned and, up and down the country, LGBTQ+ people and allies are coming together under the rainbow flag.
January 30, 2020
   #GayLondon
   #LGBTHistory
Following the legacy of Spain's most famous poet and playwright, Federico Garcia Lorca
Dimitris Kouimtsidis explores the fleeting life of Spain’s most famous poet, snuffed out for being gay, socialist and ‘undesirable’
January 26, 2020
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Ottawa to be home to new LGBTQ+ National Monument
Ottawa has been chosen as the site of a national monument memorializing discrimination against Canada’s LGBTQ+ community.The specific location of the LGBTQ+ National Monument will be announced Thursday morning at a meeting of the National Capital Commission’s board of directors.
January 21, 2020
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Larry Kramer Wishes More People Wrote About Gay History

“Most historians taken seriously are always straight. They wouldn’t know a gay person if they took him to lunch.”
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January 16, 2020

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A 19th-century book helped lay the foundation for gay rights. A Hopkins researcher just found a rare copy.

It's an unassuming little book, bound in olive green leather and stamped with gilt. Seven inches tall and less than 5 inches wide, it's small enough to be concealed in a coat pocket. Who would have th...
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January 08, 2020

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St. Charles clock tower was an important early example of queer visibility in Toronto
The St. Charles clock tower on Yonge St. was witness to so much history — and not always the type of history that we like to remember, writes JP Larocque.
January 02, 2020
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A Gay American German in Hitler’s Berlin

If the destruction of European Jewry was the collective work, not just of Nazis, but of countless “ordinary men,” so too was the effort to prevent this great crime an accumulation of many individual a...
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December 23, 2019

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Excavating a Queer History of Colonial Williamsburg

A new committee digs into the lives of 18th-century colonists who may have lived outside the norm.
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December 20, 2019

   #PrideVA
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Forty years of sheer Heaven at the London superclub

The venue that first brought London’s gay culture into the mainstream is still going strong today after four decades of glamour, glitz and perspiration
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December 01, 2019

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   #GayBars
   #LGBTHistory

‘Digging your heroes out of trash cans’: Spotlighting gay writers who died of AIDS

Flyers reading “Have You Seen This Man?” were plastered around San Francisco when gay poet Karl Tierney disappeared in 1995. Now those words are the title of the first collection of his work.
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December 01, 2019

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Masked balls and gay uprisings: Queer Maps is a guide to 150 years of LGBTQ history
Online tool highlights 800 locations across Los Angeles, where many landmark institutions have closed their doors
November 23, 2019
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   #QueerLatinx
   #LGBTHistory
Transgender Awareness Week: These trans people made history in 2019
Janet Mock, Aaron Philip, CeCe Telfer -- meet some of the trans folks whose accomplishments expanded trans visbility in 2019.
November 17, 2019
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Colonial Williamsburg begins researching LGBTQ history
Colonial Williamsburg has agreed to research gender and sexually nonconforming people in 18th-century America, acknowledging to the LGBTQ community that people like them “have always existed.”
November 17, 2019
   #PrideVA
   #LGBTHistory
City calls for help identifying key people and moments in Vancouver’s LGBTQ2 history
The City of Vancouver has finished digitizing thousands of images from the BC Gay and Lesbian Archives — but it needs your help identifying them.
October 27, 2019
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   #HIV
   #LGBTHistory
Scotty Bowers, 'Facilitator' of Old Hollywood Gay Underground, Dies at 96
Scotty Bowers waited until his 80s to reveal the stories of gay trysts he had with or arranged for Old Hollywood's biggest stars
October 15, 2019
   #GayLA
   #LGBTHistory
The Ecstasy & Pain of NYC's Lost LGBTQ Dance Scene
"I wanted to tell everybody I was right outside of [Stonewall], but I didn't because it was being promoted as the gay club and at that time I was 15, 16 and I wasn't going to tell my family nothing about gay," explains DePino.
October 02, 2019
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